The financial crisis sweeping eastern Asia is unlikely to have an immediate impact on India, according to the chairman of the country's third-largest bank.

Manohar G. Bhide, chairman of $10 billion-asset Bank of India, noted that his country does not have an export-dependent economy nor are its banks and corporations as highly leveraged as those of South Korea, Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia.

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