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Recovery enters a slower phase

Following a rapid rebound from the second virus wave, India’s economy is beginning to lose some steam. And with vaccination coverage still low, downside risks remain significant. Under these circumstances, the RBI is likely to keep policy accommodative for several months yet. And the longer the pandemic rumbles on, the greater the risk of the economy suffering long-term scarring.

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