The World Bank has projected that the Indian economy will grow at a rate of 7.5 per cent for the next 3 fiscal years.
India’s GDP grew by 6.8% in the last financial year, quarterly rate fell below 6% in the last quarter
The GDP growth rate for the financial year 2018-19 was 6.8% at constant price, and 11.2% at the current price.
The recent debate regarding the GDP has come with the backdrop of a report that suggests that the MCA-21 database has 36% of its companies unsuitable for collection of data
Article 35A is constitutionally vulnerable, hampering economic growth of Jammu and Kashmir: Arun Jaitley
Article 35A has prevented investment and dismantled the economy of Jammu and Kashmir, Jaitley said.
The Wire comes up with flawed logic to rubbish new methodology which slashed growth rates of Congress regime
The reasons given by the article by The Wire more amusing as it clearly showed their lack of understanding of data, statistic and above all, of economics.
Rupee does not signal the health of the Indian Economy, however, it is an important indicator as far as the external sector is concerned.
Demonetisation was an important step in building a culture where tax compliance is a habit. Demonetisation and GST are heralding the New India.
So let us again rewind the declared aims sought to be achieved and analyse each one independently.
The CEO of NITI Ayog was speaking at the Future Mobility Summit-2018
Structural reforms by the Modi government have addressed many of the systemic issues holding back the economy