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    "India's 10-year government bond is a long-term bond issued by the Indian government with a maturity of 10 years. This bond is one of the main means for the Indian government to raise funds and is considered one of the safer investment tools. The bond's Interest rates are set by the Indian government and are usually higher than those on short-term bonds to attract more investors. Due to India's rapid economic development, such bonds are attracting more and more domestic and foreign investors.

    The issuance and trading of Indian 10-year government bonds are conducted on the Indian stock exchanges (BSE and NSE). Any Indian citizen and foreign investor can buy and sell this bond on the exchange. This type of bond usually has a fixed interest rate, and the principal and interest will be paid to investors in one lump sum at maturity. In addition, there is a floating-rate 10-year treasury bond whose interest rate changes with market conditions.

    India's 10-year national debt is one of the main financing methods of the Indian government. It is mainly used to support domestic infrastructure construction, education, medical care and other fields, and is also used to repay debts. At the same time, it is also part of an investor's diversified investment portfolio because it is a relatively safe investment vehicle that usually has a stable rate of return.

    Despite the high debt burden of the Indian government, the investment risk of India's 10-year government bonds is relatively low due to the strong growth of the Indian economy and a series of fiscal and economic reform measures adopted by the government. However, investors still need to be aware of the risks of market volatility and policy changes to protect their investments. "

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