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11 November 2013 By Andy Mukherjee

Credit-fuelled domestic demand is not pushing up prices. Exports are weak, so producers are dumping surpluses locally at low prices. Also, rising Asian currencies have made imports cheaper. Tepid inflation increases the real cost of debt, which may slow investment.

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