Rural India has bright spots for Asian Paints
The Morning Standard|January 26, 2022
WHILE various industry majors have highlighted that inflation has dragged down demand for consumer goods, which has resulted in rural India experiencing a slowdown, Asian Paints says potential of some of the rural geographies seem strong.
SAMIKSHA GOEL

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