Crashing markets spell trouble for India's privatization plans

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – The collapse of the rupee is derailing India’s hopes of raising more than $6 billion from the sale of stakes in state-run firms, jeopardizing a key plank of Finance Minister P.Chidambaram’s blueprint to reverse the country’s economic malaise.

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