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Can the cheaper rupee help Indian exports?

29 September 2013 Last updated at 01:11 BST

The Indian government has promised reform to counter slow growth, rising prices and a falling currency.

However, with elections due by next spring, many fear it is just talk.

One benefit of the cheaper rupee has been a recent rise in exports - Sameer Hashmi investigate whether it can lead an economic turnaround.

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