Amitabh Dubey

Political Analyst, India Research
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The politics of a long-awaited investment revival

Overview

The Reserve Bank of India’s decision not to reduce interest rates is yet another reminder that markets should not look to a loosening of monetary policy so long as fiscal profligacy contributes to high inflation. May’s year-on-year CPI reading was 10.4 per cent. Any improvement in the investment environment requires the government to reduce the deficit as well as to step up supply-enhancing reforms. We analyze below the potential for policy movement following increased regional...

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