Borrowing rates for govt, companies to decline following withdrawal of Rs 2000 notes. Here’s why

The removal of India’s ₹2,000 banknotes from circulation is expected to increase liquidity in the nation’s banking system and result in a decline in borrowing rates for government and corporate entities. The Reserve Bank of India said there is around INR3.62tn ($49bn) worth of the banknotes in circulation as of the end of next March.

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