Viral Acharya’s exit raises fresh questions over RBI’s independence4 min read 24 Jun 2019, 08:22 AM IST
Acharya, who joined RBI as a deputy governor in January 2017, was supposed to complete three years in his role
While it is not yet known who will succeed Acharya, expectations are that it will be an external candidate
MUMBAI : At a press conference on 6 June just after the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announced its third consecutive rate cut, the usually outspoken deputy governor Viral Acharya was quiet as his colleagues fielded queries from the assembled media.
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