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INDIA: An uptick in the economy and Indian vaccines eclipsed by farmer protests

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Farmer protests, which laid siege to New Delhi in early December and grow by the day, could not have come at a worse time for the Narendra Modi-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government. Everything was heading in the right direction: the economy seemed to be turning the corner with expectations that the GDP contraction might not be as severe as feared; and the nation was ready to roll out two Indian Covid-19 vaccines. However, the shadow of the farmer protest – and public sympathy for it – may rob the government of its moment of triumph. Dates for the vaccination program are expected im
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