Nearly half of Narendra Modi's $1.4 trillion ‘new’ infrastructure promise may be already approved projects
Indian Prime Minister
Narendra Modi promised to spend $1.4 trillion building infrastructure if he gets re-elected in the upcoming Parliamentary elections. While the manifesto of the Modi-led political outfit, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), lacked details, data shows that projects worth nearly half that amount, over $600 billion, are already in various stages of planning or implementation.
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