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India no longer world’s fastest-growing major economy

01 June, 2017

India’s economic growth slowed to 6.1% for Jan-March 2017, hurt partly by the government’s banknote ban in November last year that crimped demand and output. The growth rate was below market expectations and means that India is not the world’s fastest-growing major economy anymore as China races ahead. Watch the video to know more.

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India no longer world’s fastest-growing major economy

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