"The last few months, and I expect going foward the next few quarters, will be primarily engaged in combating inflation and bringing down the level of stress in the financial system," Rajan said.
"But, we also have in mind two medium term tasks, one is ensuring that there is adequate financing for
infrastructure build out, that is a task which you will see some policy measures announced soon. Second, is the very important task of enabling financial inclusion, not just of poor in society but also small and medium enterprises, we will undertake measures in that aspect also," Rajan added.
In May, wholesale prices reportedly rose a faster-than-expected 6.01 percent as a 19 percent increase in potato prices during the month pushed up food inflation to 9.50 percent from 8.64 percent in April. (ANI)
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