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Why the Indian Rupee could become a hard currency

By Bloomberg
05 August 2018   |   4:00 pm
Srinivas Thiruvadanthai, Jerome Levy Forecasting Center research director, explains why the Indian rupee could become a hard currency by 2030.

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