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Stitch in time

27 May 2015 By Andy Mukherjee

The Indian currency is surprisingly more stable than the Brazilian real or Turkish lira. That gives the RBI room to cut interest rates and revive growth without having to fret about capital flight. A squeamish central bank could be a bigger risk to the economy than a bold one.

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