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They won't say it out loud, but BI believes with reason that the war is assisting the economy.
Exports ended Q1 with a bang, thanks to the fresh commodities lift, but the GDP trade boost is real.
The March leap in WPI inflation in India will make it much easier for the RBI to start hiking rates in June.
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