What the Indian Power Blackout Revealed

While India has seen annual economic growth of 8 percent and an educated, cheap workforce, the blackout that swept the country at the end of July — and the underlying infrastructure problems it exposed — is a glaring threat to the country’s economic expansion.

For two days 670 million people, roughly 10 percent of the world’s population, were left in the dark.

The incident confirmed the worst fears of many business leaders, experts say. And it could lead them to reconsider plans to bring new operations into India.

Read more at CNBC.com

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