Can India’s New Budget Help the Poor Amid the Pandemic?

Feb.01 — Reetika Khera, associate professor of economics at the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, looks at the government’s budget announced Monday. A mammoth spending plan of almost $500 billion announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government is expected to jump-start growth in an economy battered by the coronavirus pandemic, but may not be enough to make a dent in the rising unemployment and poverty India has battled. Khera speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.”

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