Country Intelligence: India

December 2012
India Country Monitor;Dec2012, p1
Country Report
The article provides an overview of the economic and financial condition of India as of November 30, 2012. The growth of the country's economy is predicted to remain below the trend rates. It reports on the deterioration of its external finances in the areas of current-account deficits and increasing trade. Outlook on its inflation, exchange rates, economic policy, external sector, and economic structure are also presented.


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