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The book goes to great lengths to elucidate the real life principles and practices of what doing an MBA is all about.
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The book dwells on the problems confronting India but only skims the surface.
For those who are worried that technology and the Internet are closing in on us too fast, too soon, the book is a soothing balm.
Deal with China, a country ruled by men not laws, from a position of strength, says the book.
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