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Full implementation of MSP can stress fisc: Rangarajan

Author: PTI/Friday, August 3, 2018/Categories: Agri & Fertiliser

Full implementation of MSP can stress fisc: Rangarajan

Hyderabad - Former Reserve Bank Governor C Rangarajan today said the full implementation of recent hike in Minimum Support Prices (MSP) for some of the agricultural products may push financial system "under stress."

Speaking at the Eighth Convocation Ceremony of ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education here, Rangarajan also said any steep rise in crude prices can pose severe problems for India's balance of payments.

"The trade war can get worse. Any steep rise in crude prices can pose severe problems for our balance of payments. The banking system is still under great stress.

For a strong growth, we need a strong banking system. The fisc can come under stress if some of the new commitments such as the full implementation of new MSPs for agricultural commodities are to be fulfilled. Much depends on good governance," Rangarajan said.

The government recently hiked the minimum support price for paddy by a steep Rs 200 per quintal as it looked to fulfil its poll promise to give farmers 50% more rate than their cost of production.

The former chairman of Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council said the economy is expected to grow little over 7%.

"The India economy after performing below potential for nearly four quarters beginning last quarter of 2016-17 showed a strong pick up in the last quarter 2017-18.

The expectation is that the overall growth in 2018-19 will be the little above 7%. How much higher over 7% depends on a number of factors. The external environment is disturbing," he opined.

Speaking about the higher education, Rangarajan said the agricultural, industrial and scientific growth of the country depends on creating a corps of well trained professionals in these areas and this can happen only with good quality of education.

"We need not belittle what we have achieved. However, there is an inescapable need to strengthen higher education in terms of quality and effectiveness," he said.

Rangarajan is Chancellor of ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education.

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