By Bibhudatta Pradhan, Abhijit Roy Chowdhury and Swansy Afonso, Bloomberg |
August 13, 2013
India, the world’s biggest gold user, raised the tax on imports for a third time this year to curtail demand and contain a record current-account deficit that’s weakened the rupee to an all-time low.
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