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How India's globalized cities will change its future

The city of Agra is forecast to have the fastest-growing middle class out of 103 cities in Visa's research Image: REUTERS/Ludovic Marin/Pool

Glenn Maguire

Principal Asia Pacific Economist, Visa Business and Economic Insights

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Visa and Oxford Economics, 'The Geography of the Global Middle Class: Where They Live, How They Spend', December 2018
Visa and Oxford Economics, 'The Geography of the Global Middle Class: Where They Live, How They Spend', December 2018
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