Subramanian Seen Replacing Rajan at India Central Bank in Survey

  • Seven of 13 analysts saw chief economic adviser as most likely
  • Subramanian ‘stands on the dovish side of policy spectrum’

What Rajan's Exit Means for RBI Policy

Arvind Subramanian, chief economic adviser at India’s finance ministry, is the most likely to succeed Raghuram Rajan as central bank governor among the five candidates the government is said to be considering, a Bloomberg News survey showed.

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