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Can demonetization derail India's energy, commodities demand growth?

With Sambit Mohanty, Senior editor, Oil news and analysis

December 02, 2016 02:00:19 EST (3:18)

The Indian government's move to demonetize 80% of the country's currency in November resulted in a cash shortage and triggered panic buying of essential commodities. Consumers eagerly snapped up oil products such as gasoline and diesel, but appetite for other goods was not as healthy. S&P Global Platts senior editor for oil news and analysis Sambit Mohanty delves into how the demonetization of Rupee 1,000 and Rupee 500 notes is affecting various commodity markets in India.


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