International agency OECD recently lowered India’s GDP growth forecast to 5.1 per cent from the earlier projection of 6.2 per cent for 2020-21. For the financial year ending March 2019, OECD has projected a growth rate of 4.9%. The main reason for the cut in rates was the concerns about the impact of coronavirus on ..
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World Population Review, a US-based think tank, recently stated in its report that India emerged as the world’s fifth largest economy in 2019, with a GDP of $ 2.94 trillion. India has overtaken the UK and France, to be placed in the 5th position. The report also stated that in Purchasing power parity (PPP) terms, ..
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) recently projected the economic growth of the country to grow by 6 per cent during the next financial year. This is the lower end of the growth projection as announced by the government in the economic survey, which estimated a rate of 6-6.5 per cent. RBI also stated that ..
Moody’s Investors Service recently released its estimates for India’s GDP growth in the upcoming fiscals. It lowered the real GDP growth projection for the next 2020-21 fiscal to 5.5 per cent, from its previous estimate of 6.3 per cent. The government’s Economic survey has projected a growth rate of 6-6.5% for the next fiscal. It ..
The National Statistical Office released revised estimates for economic growth of India for the last three years, on January 31,2020. As per the report, it fixed the actual GDP growth 2018-19 at 6.1%, against its previous estimate of 6.8%, estimated in May 2019. The National Statistical Office also stated that the main reason for the ..
The Washington, D.C based international organization, International Monetary Fund (IMF)decreased India’s GDP growth forecast to 4.8 percent for this fiscal year, which is 1.3 percentage point lesser than its previous estimates. Chief Economist of the IMF, Gita Gopinath stated in a blogpost that the slow down in the Indian economy which resulted in weak rural ..
The capital city of Telangana and a major hub of technology industries, Hyderabad was recently adjudged as the ‘World’s Most Dynamic City’ based on the parameters like commercial real estate, social-economic indicators, out of which Hyderabad scored the highest globally in economic indicators such as GDP growth, airport passenger growth, and retail sales as per ..
While Prime Minister Narendra Modi has promised to make India a USD 5 trillion economy by 2025, significant challenges still stand in way of India and its goal. For starters, the Indian economy has a size of USD 2.98 trillion (nominal GDP 2019 estimates). It needs to add 2.02 trillion more to its economic size ..