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Written by Surjit S Bhalla | Published: November 23Politics and Procurement prices?available at http://s.wwwoxusinvestmentscom The table updates these data to 2013 What happens when the government raises the minimum support price (MSP) of foodgrainsespecially that of rice and wheattwo crops that account for almost half the value of all the crops for which the government sets the MSP When the government raises the MSPthe prices of factors of production involved in the production of MSP products land and labour also go up Is it any surprise that rural wages have gone up so fast as to cause labour shortages in an economy with relatively jobless growth for the last nine years For the last six yearsrural wages have gone up by an average of 16 per cent We dont have reliable data on rural land valuesbut anecdotal data suggest that the price of this factor of production has also been rising faster than most prices in the economy So does this not increase the chances of the Congress getting elected in the rural areas This is mostly why the Congress-led UPA did it increase rural incomeswhere the votes are Howevergiven the state election results of the last few yearsthis strategy seems to have backfired One important reason: a dominantly large share of the expenditure of the poor is on foodand food prices have risen much faster than the average CPI increase of 10 per centresulting in a real wage increase of less than 3 per cent per year at best The UPA answer to high procurement prices in the run-up to the 2009 election was that these prices were being increased because international prices of food were going up Asindeedthey were world food prices (FAO data) increased at an average compounded rate of 67 per cent per annum between 2004 and 2009; UPA procurement prices increased at an average rate of 99 per cent Since 2009in the last four yearsinternational prices of food have risen 73 per cent; UPA 2 price increase per year 93 per cent The link between procurement prices and CPI is very strong theoretically and empirically The table reports the results of a model that relates CPI increase to only one variablethe one-year lagged growth in procurement prices The model is very parsimonious; no fuel prices hereno rupee valueno fiscal deficitno money supplyno repo rateno RBIno purchase of gold and no current account deficit Yet this model explains Indian inflation very well For each 10 per cent rise in previous years procurement pricesthere is a predicted 33 per cent increase in the current year CPI In other wordsif there was a zero rise in procurement prices last yearon an averagethis years CPI inflation would be 46 per cent The estimation is for the period 1978-2007so all of UPA 2 data are out of sample Particularly galling and adventurous and destructive was the UPA-administered procurement price increase of 115 per cent in 2011 and 162 per cent increase in 2012 In 2012the price of rice was increased by 16 per centcoarse cereals by 20 per centsugar by 17 per cent and wheat by 5 per cent The model predicted a 10 per cent increase in CPI in 2013 the actual result 10 percent The average forecasting error for the out of sample six years only 1 per cent per year Six-year CPI inflation in 2008-13 has been the highest since 1950; 10 per cent per annum matching the 101 per cent rate achieved in the six years ending in 1975 For the six years ending in 2012the MSP increase has also been the highest: average of 125 per cent per annum A lag of one year as per the model The UPA will say coincidenceI will say rank stupid populist policy which did not help rural India (except land owning farmers)lost them state elections and has lowered GDP growth far below potentialand below anyones imagination The writer is chairman of Oxus Investmentsan emerging market advisory firmand a senior advisor to Zyfina leading financial information company For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: March 17 2017 7:11 pm Badrinath Ki Dulhania actor Varun Dhawan have praises for Kangana Ranaut Related News Varun Dhawan says he doesn’t think nepotism exists in the Hindi film industry The nepotism debate took centre-stage in Bollywood afteractor Kangana Ranaut kicked off a controversy recently with her remarks on filmmaker Karan Johar’s talk show Karan hit back at Kangana saying that he did not know what Kangana meant by ‘nepotism’ as he has not worked with his family members and instead launched several actors and directors who hail from non-film background When asked if nepotism exists in the film industry Varun said in a recent interview “I don’t think I don’t want to talk much about it” The 28-year-old actor however praises Kangana saying “I like Kangana her style and more power to her” Though Varun was not launched by his father director David Dhawan his big ticket break by Karan’s Dharma Productions in “Student of The Year” provided a big launchpad Varun’s Badrinath Ki Dulhania co-star Alia Bhatt too feels people are unnecessarily talking “too much” about the existence of nepotism in the industry “We are talking too much about it We need to stop” said the actor recently Also read |Alia Bhatt on Kangana Ranaut’s nepotism remark: We’re talking too much aboutit He consolidated his position by delivering hits like Humpty Sharma Ki Dhulania Main Tera Hero and critically acclaimed Badlapur Badrinath Ki Dulhania is the recent addition in the list For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News

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