Narendra Modi is spending billions of dollars on self-reliance. On roads and in factories, the Indian Prime Minister’s slogan translates to generous subsidies for home-made electric-vehicle batteries, solar panels and green hydrogen—anything that can help cut an outsized dependence on crude oil imports. There is, however, another imported oil the country is addicted to: the one used for cooking. Indian kitchens spend $19 billion annually on Indonesian palm, Ukrainian sunflower and Argentinian soybean oil.
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