Through a crystal ball, darkly

Likely slow economic growth in the medium term will be bad for jobs, social harmony and defence capabilities

economy, growth, gdp, coronavirus

Illustration by Binay Sinha

In my article last month (“Recovery: The long hard road ahead”, Business Standard, September 10) I had ended with the conclusion “average, medium-term growth higher than 3-5 per cent looks
Disclaimer: These are personal views of the writer. They do not necessarily reflect the opinion of or the Business Standard newspaper

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First Published: Oct 27 2020 | 11:00 PM IST

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