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Going to the IMF | Frontline

” That you can forget the 90 per cent of the community and do everything to sustain the standard of living and incentives of the top 10 per cent! Which is why you had these lavish imports, which is why you had this holiday for direct taxes, which is why you had these indefinite subsidies, open-ended subsidies for the rich farmers. And look at the kind of boondoggle there has been under the umbrella of so-called export entitlements.”

An Interesting Interview with Ashok Mitra, Former
Going to the IMF | Frontline.


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