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What Hyundai said on Kashmir isn’t something smart MNCs do

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How foolhardy is it for any third party to mess with Kashmir? Ask Hyundai. In Pakistan, it hailed the so-called ‘Kashmir Solidarity Day’. In India, it compounded that idiocy by blocking angry Indians on Twitter. Smart MNCs see antagonist nations as just markets. Their customers can fight their own causes.

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