The RBI's announcement that it is withdrawing the INR2,000 note is likely to have evoked memories of the shock demonetisation exercise in 2016. But the economic impact should be much more limited this time round given that the overall value of affected notes is far smaller, and given that there is a four-month window for the notes to be deposited.
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