Aggressive Economic Reforms In India

NPR's Michael Sullivan reports on the innovative chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, India's largest state. Chandrababu Naidu is trying to bring change to what's considered one of India's poorest and most backward states. He has computerized the state bureaucracy to make it more efficient, and his aggressive economic reforms has won support from the World which amounts to more than one and a half billion dollars in the last two years. Some in India see Naidu as a prime minister in the making.

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