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Saturday, January 17, 2004
LIBERALS ON THE BACKFOOT
IRAN'S PRESIDENT, SYED Mohammed Khatami, and his associates in the pro-reform wing of the theocratic regime are faced with the consequences of their failure to defend their cause spiritedly enough. A conservative-dominated constitutional watchdog ...
BEHIND THE GROWTH OF RESERVES
THE RESERVE BANK of India's estimates of transactions in the balance of payments of the external sector during the first half (April-September) of the fiscal year 2003-04 provide some insight into how the country has come to acquire the sixth ...
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Form and content
By C. Rammanohar Reddy
Criticism is all too easily dismissed as irrelevant so long as the economy is pushed to a faster pace of growth. But form and content are intertwined; the two must be seen together to arrive at an honest assessment.
When money gains currency
By Hal R. Varian
A currency is valuable only if a lot of people are willing to accept it as payment.
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