India seems to have lost the opportunity to benefit from
falling commodity prices and now with currency depreciation, commodity
prices have become expensive. Where have we gone wrong in our policies?
into this position. Whatever happens now, it is not going to help India.
If commodity prices go down, it will not help because the currency is
going down. The government should realise that India has made mistakes,
and it should start correcting those mistakes. The necessary actions may
be painful for a while, but if you delay things, one has to pay a
price. - in ET Now
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