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Wrong timing

28 September 2012 By Andy Mukherjee

The government says it will reward civil servants with bonuses, ply the poor with handouts and still manage to cut the fiscal deficit in 2013 – a goal that’s both unrealistic and unnecessary. If infrastructure spending is cut, the still new investment revival could suffer.

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