Rahul Gandhi, often described as India's prime minister-in-waiting, said in a keynote address designed to raise his profile that the poor must see the benefits of economic growth.
Indian National Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi addresses the special plenary session of the Confederation of Indian Industry in New Delhi on April 4, 2013. Rahul Gandhi, often tagged India's "prime minister-in-waiting", told business leaders Thursday that the poor must see the benefits of economic growth in a keynote address designed to raise his profile.
Faced with a sharply slowing economy and swelling budget deficit, the ruling Congress party vice-president told business chiefs Thursday he wanted to forge a long-term partnership with them to help the poor and unleash India's "beehive" energies.
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