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India’s ATMs are running out of cash. Again.

Sydney Morning Herald Friday, 20 April 2018
India’s ATMs are running out of cash. Again.For the second time in 18 months, India has a shortage of cash. And like last time, economists say, it's primarily the government's fault. 
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Apr.18 -- Bloomberg's Jeanette Rodrigues reports on the cash shortage in India. She speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."

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