The probability of El Niño developing has risen sharply. This has led to fears of its impact on India’s agriculture sector, rural demand and inflation. Unfortunately, this risk has emerged at a time when there are already other risks lurking for the Indian economy like weak external demand, skewed domestic demand and tight monetary conditions. In the midst of all this, a weather-led disruption could have adverse repercussions on the economy.
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