India's economy has bright spots, 'very dark stains': Raghuram Rajan

Economist and former RBI governor fears 'scarring to the middle class' after pent up economic demand ends.

Raghuram Rajan put in place a series  of actions to impose greater financial discipline on banks and forced them  to recognize stressed assets

Raghuram Rajan says the government needs to do more to prevent a K-shaped recovery,

New Delhi
The Indian economy has "some bright spots and a number of very dark stains" and the government should target its spending "carefully" so that there are no huge deficits, noted

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First Published: Jan 23 2022 | 11:24 AM IST

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