When is a big-ticket deal a big win?

India is in the throes of a financial crisis.

Its government has cut off all cash withdrawals, slashed corporate tax rates and frozen the interest rates on loans and savings.

Its banking system has been on the brink of collapse.

The economy is in a tailspin.

But a big business deal that might just put India on a path to economic recovery is on the cards.

It may sound far-fetched, but this could be the most important business deal in India’s history.

India is a nation of 2.3 billion people, but the country’s banks account for only around 1.2 billion people.

This is the result of a decade-long policy of subsidising banks.

The government has now decided to make banks a major player in the economy.

The bank crisis that began in the mid-1990s had a major impact on the country.

The country’s central bank stopped issuing new notes, and its central bank was forced to print new ones.

This resulted in a sharp drop in the value of the rupee and led to an increase in corruption.

This was especially acute in the banking sector, where corrupt officials and politicians were using the money to buy luxury properties.

As a result, India lost $1 trillion worth of foreign exchange in 1998 alone, a year when the rupees were at record lows.

In 2001, India also lost more than $500 billion.

The problem was compounded by the fact that the country was suffering from an acute economic slowdown and the country did not have the ability to absorb any additional funds.

In 2007, the government introduced a programme known as the Integrated Payments Interface (IPI) to address this crisis.

The IPA introduced new types of payments, including bank transfers, credit card payments and other payments through internet banking.

These payments were supposed to make it easier for consumers to make purchases and also help businesses cope with the cash crunch.

India’s central government decided that these payments should be paid to the bank account of a big bank, as it could then provide these payments in the future.

This initiative has proved to be hugely successful, with nearly 50% of the population being able to access these payments, according to the World Bank.

The problem was that the RBI had to maintain a monopoly on these payments for a while.

But the RBI, through the RBI Supervisory Committee, which is made up of the heads of the banks, the RBI Board and the RBI governor, has the final say on all such transactions.

So, this decision had a huge impact on how transactions were processed and was a key factor in making the ruases value higher.

So far, the Indian government has made good on this promise.

A large number of companies have signed up to the Payments Interface.

Companies like BPL and HDFC Bank have also started accepting payments through the bank.

The Indian banking system is the largest in the world, accounting for more than one-fifth of the total foreign exchange reserves of the world.

And the central bank has been able to use the payments to boost the economy by allowing the banks to buy back their own deposits, thus creating liquidity for the economy and boosting its growth.

While the payments will be accepted by nearly everyone, the banks are not allowed to withdraw more than 100,000 rupees ($17,500) from their accounts.

So the biggest players, especially banks like Axis Bank and HDBC Bank, have to rely on their own customers for this support.

The new payments initiative is part of a strategy that has been in the works for a long time.

According to the Reserve Bank of India, the country has around 4,000 banks, which are the backbone of the economy’s financial system.

The RBI is now looking at a number of different payments options, such as payments from internet banking, bank transfers and bank credit card cards, as well as the creation of new payment modes.

The central bank’s vision is that these payment options will provide a better access to the banking system for consumers, which will improve liquidity for businesses.