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How venture capital deal-making panned out in India in the new year

06 February, 2017

Private investments in India started on a tepid note in the new year with only a moderate pick-up in both the early stage and venture deals as investors remained wary of betting on startups and preferred to weigh the effects of demonetisation.


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How venture capital deal-making panned out in India in the new year

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