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India’s lenders deserve to be rich global outliers

Lenders like HDFC are among the world's priciest, trading on price-to-book ratios up to 7 times higher than Citigroup or BNP Paribas. They are well-capitalised, earn high returns, and are growing fast. The secret is lending to people, not companies. Headwinds look limited too.
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