IMF paper suggests policies to sustain fast growth in India

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A working paper, published by the International Monetary Fund in July, studies the causes of rapid growth in India and other "high-growth economies" in the 2000s, and warns that complacency among Indian policy-makers risks causing declines..

The author, Arvind Virmani, studies the reasons behind rapid economic expansion in emerging markets in the 2000s, saying that structural reforms that liberalised trade and investment, promoted saving and reduced resource rents all contributed to fast,

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