NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Could India, which has the world's second-fastest-growing economy, follow the lead of Greece and Italy?Long-term yields on India's debt are about 9%, much higher than Italy's when the European nation started to quake, an ordeal that ended with the resignation of Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi two days ago. India's high yields are less concerning because the country's economy is growing quickly. Still, there are signs of slowing growth and a weakening banking system.
Could India Go the Way of Greece and Italy?
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