Goldman Sachs (GS) remains committed to India, said CEO Lloyd Blankfein late yesterday. Goldman...


Goldman Sachs (GS) remains committed to India, said CEO Lloyd Blankfein late yesterday. Goldman held a board meeting in India last week for the first time ever and is eager to take part in India's "extraordinary growth."
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  • slard271
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    Sounds like something a government should be saying, not a bank. Err, wait.
    2 Apr 2012, 03:09 AM Reply Like
  • paula134
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    Two advantages of Goldman's business in India - their government is a democracy and they speak English. Furthermore, they are very smart. I think this is very good move. and good opportunities for each. Read Nandan Nilekani 's book "Imagining India". You will want him on your board then!
    3 Apr 2012, 03:15 AM Reply Like
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