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Aditya Puri The Indian Express Group

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Not too big to solve

Thursday 26 December '13

The tendency to take a macro view of economic problems makes solutions look difficult. We need to go micro.
All this handwringing

Friday 23 August '13

The economy calls for collaborative action, not despair.
Discomforts with China

Monday 10 June '13

Its military adventurism and economic uncertainty open opportunities for India
The fall of gold

Wednesday 29 May '13

Softer commodity prices may help growth, widen the window for policy response
The optimal degree of openness

Friday 22 February '13

It involves a balance between its costs and benefits. We can sustainably harness the deficit only when we find a new equilibrium
Dogmas and the deficit

Thursday 21 February '13

Gold imports are only partly responsible for the rise in the current account deficit
De-risk the farmer

Thursday 14 June '12

So that critical items arenít in short supply. Thatís the way to fight inflation
A pre-Budget reform map

Friday 24 February '12

Cut subsidy, move to a customer-centric model for government
Stop scraping the barrel

Tuesday 24 January '12

Ensure proper pricing of oil ó subsidies must go
Indian economy: 2012 will be better

Friday 13 January '12

What doomsayers donít say: a contrarianís forecast for the Indian economy

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