The board of Goldman Sachs is planning to hold its next regular meeting in India, according to an article in The Times of India. The decision is a nod to bank's growing commitment to that region.
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Goldman Sachs will hold its annual board meeting in India later this month in a sign of the U.S.-based bank's "commitment" to one of the fast-growing emerging markets, a source with direct knowledge of the matter said on Monday. The... Read Post