Economic Growth: Outlook

March 2012
India Country Monitor;Mar2012, p4
Country Report
The article presents an outlook for India's economic growth for 2012. It asserts that the aggressive monetary tightening results in less optimistic near-term economic outlook. It predicts that agricultural growth will remain buoyant and will largely recover from the 2009 drought. It anticipates an advancement of the economy which will be driven by increased export, economic reforms and growth of the service and construction sectors.


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