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Weak Rupee Not Enough to Tip the Scale in Favor of India Exports

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A weak currency is good for exports. In India’s case, the script is not so straightforward. While the rupee is Asia’s worst-performing major currency this year, a demand-killing trade war threatens Indian exports that have already been hurt by policy disruptions over the past two years. History shows the currency’s moves have hardly impacted shipments….

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