Foreign investors wary of India, hit by slowing economy

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Investors seem to be increasingly wary of investing in India. According to the latest figures from India's central bank foreign direct investment fell by about 37% between April-May.

Investors' confidence has been dented by a mix of weak economic performance and delayed policy plans. The BBC's Sameer Hashmi has more from Mumbai.

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