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Rupee fall begins to hit manufacturers

The fall in the value of the rupee is starting to have long-term negative consequences for some businesses in India.

Some firms, particularly those that rely on imports, say the currency's weakness against the dollar is proving especially difficult.

But those companies that rely on exports, such as pharmaceutical and IT firms, are better off.

In the latest of our reports on Asian currencies, Yogita Limaye finds that many people believe a falling rupee does more harm than good.

  • 09 Jul 2013