GDP growth in 2013-14 seen at 6.4%

23 April, 2013

India’s economy is expected to grow 6.4 percent in the new financial year that began on April 1, the Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council said in a report on Tuesday.

The panel said the economy probably grew 5 percent in the fiscal year 2012/13, its slowest pace in a decade. Both numbers are broadly in line with earlier government forecasts. 


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GDP growth in 2013-14 seen at 6.4%

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