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Digging deep

28 August 2012 By Jeff Glekin

The government’s flawed coal policy has caused political gridlock. New Delhi needs a plan to show it’s learned from its mistakes. Handing mines to individual firms hasn’t helped get the black stuff out of the ground. A better approach would be to break Coal India’s monopoly.

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