Revenue-oriented policies need to be overhauled to fight inflation

However, the government can revise its excessively revenue-oriented policies to fight inflation and stimulate domestic demand.

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inflation | Indian Economy | BS Notice


The strengthening of the U.S. dollar by around 12% over the past six months to record highs in recent decades has led to a depreciation of the currencies of most other countries, with the exception of major commodity exporters. , against the US dollar. This, in turn, fuels inflation in most countries dependent on imports, especially of fuel, food and fertilizer.


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First published: Sunday, July 24, 2022. 11:00 p.m. IST

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