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October 27, 1994|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

India Invites Foreign Telecom Investment: Communications Minister Sukh Ram urged foreign telecommunications firms to set up factories in the nation, saying a massive pent-up demand for phones could bring them huge profits. He said India needs 10 million phones by 1997. "There is a waiting list (for phones) of 3 million, and the density of phones in India is less than 1%. This provides immense business possibilities," Ram said.

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