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West Bengal's economic slide continues

At the end of March, its outstanding debt is expected to increase from about Rs 4.82 trillion in 2021 to about Rs 5.29 trillion in 2022 and further to a little more than Rs 5.86 trillion in 2023

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West Bengal Budget | West Bengal | economy

Ashok K Lahiri 



Ashok K Lahiri

With Finance Minister Chandrima Bhattacharya’s presentation of the Budget for 2022-23, it is an appropriate occasion to look at the state’s economy, and the financial health and policy orientation of its government.

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First Published: Mon, March 21 2022. 22:22 IST

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