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Former Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor Raghuram Rajan has partly blamed a lack of “persuasive” vision and too much centralisation of power under the current government for the economic mess that the country is in today.
Delivering the O P Jindal lecture at Watson Institute, Brown University, Rajan also said the system does not accept people from the outside, but sectors like banking need outside expertise.
Rajan pointed out that the recent ...
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