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Monday, April 07, 2008

Raghuram Rajan's Committee


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  2. This Goldman Sachs Global Paper may be of interest to your readers.

    In this report we talk about the need, potential and the reforms necessary for a vibrant Corporate Bond market in India. Many of the reforms suggested in the Raghuram Rajan's Committee report are discussed. Most importantly, this paper also posits the idea of 'low hanging fruits', i.e. focusing on smaller, less controversial reforms as opposed to big-ticket politicized reforms.

    Pragyan Deb


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