India’s economic policy set to undermine RBI’s ‘good’ work


The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is in danger of losing its vaunted reputation as one of India most trusted institutions as it attempts to maintain its role in promoting price and financial stability against a backdrop of government policies that do not necessarily enhance the RBI's medium-term goals, according to an article published in the latest edition of the Central Banking Journal.

The article says the RBI has gained a strong reputation for its commitment to support growth as well as

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