"All over the world, corporate misconduct happens. You have heard of so many different stories all over the world... it is not only in India. And just that one incident cannot be reflective of all the good work, which is being done by so many good companies, which are not just in India but also
carrying the flag abroad," she said.
The minister was responding to a question whether Vijay Mallya episode will dent India's image among investors.

Sitharaman, however, said the nation could learn lessons and take steps to prevent recurrence of such corporate misdemeanours in future.

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"Many multinationals from India today are a performing all over the world. So I don't think it will have a bad impact although we can use that as an example where if there are lessons to be learned about how we need to have a bit more due diligence, we need to do the course correction," she said.

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