27.10.2010 - India’s currency attracts investors, but damages exports
From Nytimes.com: As talk of currency battles rumble through the global economy, India has been a reluctant warrior. The Indian rupee is soaring — up 9 percent against the dollar in the last 16 months. That has taken a toll on exports like textiles by making them more expensive on the world market. And the strong rupee poses longer-term threats of overheating the economy. But instead of fighting currency appreciation, as Brazil and some other countries have done, India has been willing to let the rupee rise — for now, at least..............................................Full Article: Source
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