India’s GDP growth target lowest in a decade: wake-up call for govt?

India’s growth in the financial year ending this March is projected to be only 5 per cent, the lowest in a decade that has seen growth regularly at 8 and 9 p…

Gov’t attributes robust growth to strong household consumption & gov’t spending. NSCB says the 7.8pct GDP growth for Q1 was the strongest quarterly growth du…
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8 Responses to “India’s GDP growth target lowest in a decade: wake-up call for govt?” Subscribe

  1. Prateek Sharma June 4, 2013 at 10:56 pm #

    Herr u r fucking racist cunt. Uneducated motherfucker we live in a beautiful nd peaceful country india. Land of greatness

  2. herr direktor June 4, 2013 at 11:17 pm #

    india is being neo colonized and used for cheap labour in china they do it because they need to feed 1. 3 billion and india if they continue like this breeding like rabbits and producing very little but cheap labor i predict very hellish future for india, its obvious what india needs to do, first is forcing women so they dont have children thru surgery, world dosent need more indians or chinese, but hey if they want to go cannibal in couple years its ok just dont export ppl to europe

  3. herr direktor June 4, 2013 at 11:33 pm #

    india dosent have a chance too many ppl, little resources, a horrible work culture, mediocre gov, and corporations, brain drain, corruption, the problems go on and on but biggest one is excess population witch seems indians weapon to try to be anything and is the thing that will destroy india, what matters in end is how good ppl live not how much u produce, and indians live in hell

  4. Haravtar Singh June 5, 2013 at 12:16 am #

    Modi should be PM next year

  5. Vishnu Mahant June 5, 2013 at 1:01 am #

    You are right Mr. Gupta except you get to reach world standards to an exent, or you won’t afford anything made abroad. Could you accept it? I won’t. This is why China can afford to kick India’s butt!

  6. Aishik Gupta June 5, 2013 at 1:21 am #

    we don’t need ‘growth’ economy at all … we need a ‘steady state economy’ … you cannot have infinite growth in a world of finite resources.

  7. Chikitsak Dehlimein June 5, 2013 at 1:38 am #

    Like land,water,coal similarly capital is also a resource. Savings of public in banks is the source of capital for industry.It must be used judiciously.Lowering interest rate by RBI of Repo & Rev Repo further isnot a goog idea.Cheap loans give wrong direction to the economy and even give rise to bubbles as seen in past in various world economies.Also the deposit growth rate has declined as compared to credit growth hence RBI should decrease rates further and let the economy come out of inflation

  8. Vishnu Mahant June 5, 2013 at 1:58 am #

    Nobody will have faith in a system where money is stolen, and economy is manipulated. India needs a growth like China, 12% for the first ten years tapering to 6-8% after that. Do not use people’s money like your private piggy bank.

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