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Review: India’s flashier tycoons are best avoided

In a country full of colourful businessmen, shareholders gain most from backing introverts. Saurabh Mukherjea’s "The Unusual Billionaires" singles out those behind the 1 pct of Indian firms that generate superior returns. It's a reminder that crony capitalism no longer pays.
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