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Crash avoidance needed

1 August 2007 By Martin Hutchinson

The Reserve Bank of India increased its cash deposit rate to 7%. That will remove only a little liquidity from the system. Indian inflation is higher than it looks and the money supply is rising much too fast. Without more restraint, it could end in a crash.

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