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Rupee crunch likely to continue for next five years


Feb 26, 2013

NC-RupeeCrunchThe current rupee crunch is likely to continue for the next five years, the Royal Monetary Authority projects. The net Indian Rupee reserves are predicted to hit about negative 20 billion in the next few years. This was pointed out in the report on the shortage of rupee by the economic affairs committee of the National Council.

The National Council’s member, MP Rinzin Rinzin was in the studio to discuss more on the issue.

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2 Comments for “Rupee crunch likely to continue for next five years”

  1. pema

    what have our eco honours and B Com graduates been doing? Sherubtse have been producing these capacities for long long time.

  2. driglam

    They do not have enough capacity to see long term situation. RMA is solely responsible for the rupee crunch in the country. They should have been able forecast the situation before hand.

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