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India needs banking reforms

5 April 2016 By Rahul Jacob

The Reserve Bank of India has trimmed rates again and eased liquidity, yet is constrained from going further by Asia’s highest inflation rate. It’s up to the government to stimulate growth by boosting public investment – and by reforming dysfunctional state lenders.

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