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Former NITI Aayog VC Arvind Panagariya said in the next fiscal year, India's GDP growth is expected to be 6 per cent and then it will get back to 7-8 per cent which has been the case in the last 15-16 year period.
Ab 7-8% growth tabhi aayegi jab sarkar badlegi 2024 me. Koi batao niti aayog walon ko ki sanghiyon ke sadak par danga machane se GDP nahi badhti.
#ArvindPanagariya said in the next fiscal year, India's GDP growth is expected to be 6 percent and then it will get back to 7-8 per cent which has been the case in the last 15-16 year period. #SLOWDOWN #economy #GDP
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Indian context is not better than global cues when domestic macroeconomic dynamics are in course correction stage (to lift FY20 GDP growth number to over 5%) with limited bandwidth on fiscal (unable to push deficit sub 3.5%) & monetary stimulus (when already in ultra-dovish mode)