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  • Indians are changing how they spend
  • Indians are changing how they spend
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Indians are changing how they spend

Research has revealed that the spending habits of the average Indian, both urban and rural, is changing dramatically. The biggest expense continues to be food, accounting for 48% of the average budget, perhaps explaining the continued high prices in this sector.

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