The Telegraph
Tuesday , September 3 , 2013

Reading economic cards

In the fortnight beginning August 12, the rupee depreciated 12 per cent against the US dollar. That is quite steep. It made headlines; I got phone calls from friends asking what was going to happen to their country. No doubt, the prime minister got similar frantic calls. He rose from his seat and ...   | Read..
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