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India’s central bank signals truce with government

By Bloomberg
20 November 2018   |   11:19 am
India’s central bank signaled a compromise with the government by agreeing to study a demand for sharing a part of its capital. Mohan Guruswamy, a former finance ministry official and now chairman of the Centre for Policy Alternatives in New Delhi, weighs in with Haslinda Amin on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."

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