MUMBAI, Oct 9- Two years ago India was a "fragile five" emerging economy growing at five percent, grappling with a severe current account deficit, near double-digit inflation, and the rupee at record lows as the U.S. Today, two years into the term of Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan, the rupee has shrugged off its taper tantrum, inflation is tamed, and India...» Read More
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