RBI's Udeshi on the role of central bankers

In a speech on the 'Role of Central Bankers in Emerging Economy like India' given on 19 March, Kishori Udeshi of the RBI said the life of a central banker is one of anonymity, staid and boring. It is only in moments when the going is tough that central bankers emerge from isolation and lean against the wind to battle insurmountable odds. Central bankers choose their profession because they are driven by a commitment to public service, which they hold dearer to themselves irrespective of

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