Una Galani is Associate Editor of Reuters Breakingviews, based in Mumbai. She covers a cross-section of business, finance, and politics in South Asia. Una was in Hong Kong from 2013 and previously spent three years in Dubai writing about Middle Eastern economies during the Arab Spring. She joined Breakingviews in 2006 in London. In 2016, she won Asia Pacific Best Editorial Comment at the State Street Press Awards and Reuters global analysis/commentary of the year. She read English Literature at St Catherine’s College, Oxford. Follow @ugalani
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