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Inflation Will Jump Further: Reasons for the Fall of Rupee That the Govt Wants to Hide

The Indian currency Rupee, against a US Dollar, has reached around 80.

The Indian currency Rupee, against a US Dollar, has reached around 80. There has been a steady decline in the value of Rupee. Supporters of the government are saying that the Russia-Ukraine war is responsible for this, and that foreign investors are responsible. But is this the real reality? Can't the government's economic policies also take the blame? Is the policy of import-export such that it can be called effective for India? If currencies like the Yen and the Euro are also depreciating against the Dollar, why worry about the Rupee's fall? If the Rupee depreciates against the Dollar, what will be its effect on the common people? On all these issues, in this video, a special talk with Professor Surjit Majumdar of JNU gives the answers.

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