India Unmasked: Huge Surge in Spending, but Is It Sustainable?
I have spent the past few days on the road. After being locked indoors and with nowhere to go, people are out on the streets, in force. Traffic is heavy. Trains, buses, hotels, malls, cabs, cinemas are doing business like their busiest season is on. In a tier-2 town, the Ola cab is back to doing what they love. Calling up passengers, extorting a premium that covers the commission that Ola...
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