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Mobile innovator Paytm now has biz tycoon Ratan Tata in its corner to take on India’s ecommerce leaders
Alibaba’s financial affiliate Ant Financial has a 25% stake in Paytm, and now Ratan Tata who heads US$100 billion Tata group of companies has also picked up a minority stake in this mobile commerce in...
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