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A series of measures by policy makers has slowed the decline, but has failed to reverse the trend. A series of measures by policy makers has slowed the decline, but has failed to reverse the trend.
SummaryA series of measures by policy makers has slowed the decline, but has failed to reverse the trend.

The Indian rupee is plumbing record lows, shedding almost one-fifth of its value to the dollar in 2013, by far the most in emerging Asia.

A series of measures by policy makers has slowed the decline, but has failed to reverse the trend.

Following are stories on the Indian rupee's tumble and its impact on the economy.

LATEST

*Falling Indian factory activity adds to rupee's woes

*Factory activity shrinks in Aug for first time in 4-1/2 yrs-PMI

*Tata, Mahindra car sales slump; rupee to add to industry woes

*Speedier clearances no magic wand for infrastructure logjam

*India's crisis within crisis; fin minister fights on 2 fronts

*India seeks allies to defend rupee as growth skids to 4-yr low

*India pushes for joint FX intervention; action unclear

*BREAKINGVIEWS-Emerging market currency rescue is a pipe dream

*Rupee slump a hard lesson for Indian students overseas

EARLIER

*India's Singh fights for "reformer" legacy as economy totters

*India cbank says not converting idle gold into bullion

*EXCLUSIVE-India might buy gold from citizens to help rupee

*Rupee charts in unchartered territory

*Rupee crash forces Indian holidaymakers to ditch Italy for Goa

*India finds price of expats' patriotism elusive as growth fades

*The rupee is where? Currency collapse confounds India

*More pain ahead for battered emerging currencies, options show

*Crashing markets spell trouble for India's privatisation plans

*India's balance of payment problems hamper rupee rescue

*Rupee over 60: Why currency weakness may be here to stay

*India names ex-IMF heavyweight as new cbank chief

*Turkey's lira defence a lesson for India

*Indian policymakers' struggle for s clear message

MAJOR RUPEE MEASURES

*India cbank cracks

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