Dollar loan volumes from India have risen 10% so far this year, with numbers driven mainly by fundraisings for large conglomerates and state-owned firms. This is despite a slump in overall activity in the rest of Asia. But the lukewarm response during syndication for some of the recently closed deals indicates a pushback on pricing from retail lenders, writes Shruti Chaturvedi.
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