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Modi names critical ex-IMF man to Rajan's old post

New Delhi

THE Indian government on Friday named former International Monetary Fund (IMF) official Arvind Subramanian as its new chief economic adviser, a position left vacant for a year after Raghuram Rajan was appointed central bank governor.

Mr Subramanian was a senior fellow at

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