For India, the fallout from the SVB collapse and Credit Suisse crisis has been limited. The big unknown is whether banking sector problems will flare up elsewhere. At the aggregate level, the Indian banking system looks weaker than most: a high ratio of non-performing loans and low regulatory capital are causes for concern.
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