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How is the Indian economy really doing?

All the heady optimism has overlooked the vulnerable state of the macro-economy. Caution, not complacency, is the more appropriate sentiment for now

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Indian Economy | BS Opinion | Indian Inflation

Abhishek Anand Josh Felman & Arvind Subramanian 



Abhishek Anand, Josh Felman & Arvind Subramanian

A cross-section of opinion, from captains of Indian industry to the Managing Director of the IMF, has been gushing praise for India. For them, India is one of the few bright spots in the global economy, with double-digit GDP growth and a prospect of taking over as the next China.

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First Published: Wed, September 28 2022. 22:25 IST

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