Country Forecast

January 2012
Political Risk Yearbook: India Country Report;2012, p3
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The article predicts the political future of India. The United Progressive Alliance secured majority of the Parliamentary seats in the 2009 general election, ending the dependence of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan towards the left-wing political party Left Front in implementing political reforms. Most economists commented that India would retain its annual economic growth of 10 percent, although it will be disrupted by energy scarcity, austerity measures, and infrastructural problems.


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