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Vote on FDI will set an unhealthy precedent, Kamal Nath to NDTV

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The government is not averse to a vote on its decision to allow Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in multi-brand retail, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Kamal Nath told NDTV after an all-party meeting failed in its purpose to break the political deadlock holding up Parliament. "I am not averse to a vote on FDI but I don't believe it sets a healthy precedent," Mr Nath said. "If we can't convince the Opposition, we will consider a vote on FDI," he added.

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