This visit is not a huge deal for India. But it’s not completely unimportant either.— Nic Dawes, Hindustan Times
Every Indian I’ve ever spoken to absolutely loves South Africa!— Nic Dawes, Hindustan Times
The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield interviewed Nic Dawes, Chief Content Officer of the Hindustan Times.
Dawes touched on Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to South Africa.
He also shared some insights into our Brics partner
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
India wants South Africa’s support for its bid to join the Nuclear Suppliers Group.— Nic Dawes, Hindustan Times
Indian growth rates have rebounded to 7.5%. There is, however, a debate about how real that number is. It doesn’t feel that the country is moving along at that rate.— Nic Dawes, Hindustan Times
Modi hasn’t delivered ‘Big Bang’ economic reforms.— Nic Dawes, Hindustan Times
India is in a difficult place at the moment. Muslims in India are feeling very uncomfortable. It’s a very complicated place.— Nic Dawes, Hindustan Times
It’s really hard for foreign companies coming in.— Nic Dawes, Hindustan Times
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