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Entrepreneurship emerges as the new song of India

But US venture capitalists wary of focus on service firms

By Beth Healy
Globe Staff / November 8, 2004

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In early October, two dozen Boston-area venture capitalists paid $3,500 each to take a weeklong excursion to India. They saw three cities in seven days, met with entrepreneurs and chief executives, and had a private sitting with the president of India. (Full article: 813 words)

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