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Mutual Funds and Market Development in India

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A brief description of the role of Mutual Funds in money markets and government securities makets are provided. Some of the regulatory issues that arise are discussed. The role of Mutual Funds in financial inclusion is provided. [Address at the CII 7th Edition of Mutual Fund Summit]. URL:[http://rbidocs.rbi.org.in/rdocs/Speeches/PDFs/MFM07072011.pdf]. .

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  • Subir Gokarn, 2011. "Mutual Funds and Market Development in India," Working Papers id:4298, eSocialSciences.
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