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India doesn’t need a weaker rupee to boost exports: CLSA

India doesn’t need a weaker rupee to boost exports: CLSA – Moneycontrol.com
India does not need a devaluation of rupee for now, says Rajeev Malik, senior economist at CLSA. At this point currency devaluation could be a costly affair. It may spook investors and may impact capital flows.

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