India reform plans: 'Implementation remains to be seen'

India has announced a raft of reforms to help boost its waning economy, in addition to the diesel price increase announced last week.

These include opening up the retail sector to foreign supermarkets, and the partial privatisation of some state-run companies.

Rico Hizon asked Tony Nash, managing director at IHS about the reform programmes and if they will be successful.

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