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Economic Survey: India’s 2023-24 GDP growth in real terms projected at 6.5 pc

The Siasat Daily 31 Jan 2023
The Economic Survey document said the growth projection is broadly comparable to the estimates provided by multilateral agencies such as the World Bank, the IMF, the Asian Development Bank and the Reserve Bank of India ... The Economic Survey said that India remains the ...
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Key takeaways of Economic Survey: GDP growth pegged at 6-6.8% in FY24, 6.8% inflation not ...

DNA India 31 Jan 2023
The Economic Survey document said the growth projection is broadly comparable to the estimates provided by multilateral agencies such as the World Bank, the IMF, the Asian Development Bank and the Reserve Bank of India. The Economic Survey said that India remains the fastest-growing major economy in the world.
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Economic Survey pegs GDP growth at 6.5% in real, 11% in nominal terms in 2023-24

Hindustan Times 31 Jan 2023
The survey, which pegged real growth in the rage of 6-6.8% depending on downside and upside risks, underlined the fact that “agencies worldwide continue to project India has the fastest growing major economy” despite the three shocks of Covid-19, the Russia-Ukraine war, and ...
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Economic Survey 2023: Indian economy to grow 6.5 per cent next fiscal year

Financial Express 31 Jan 2023
India’s economy is projected to slow to 6.5 per cent in the fiscal year starting April but will remain the fastest growing major economy in the world as it fared better in dealing with the extraordinary set of challenges the globe has faced, the Economic Survey 2022-23 said on Tuesday.
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Economic Survey puts spotlight on climate change and environment

Live Mint 31 Jan 2023
The Economic Survey 2022-23, tabled in Parliament on Tuesday, introduced a chapter on climate change and environment at a time when climate across the world has become increasingly erratic, furthering upside risks to food prices ... India will also reduce emissions intensity of its GDP by 45% by 2030 from 2005 levels, the survey noted further.
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Economic Survey forecasts GDP growth rate of 6% - 6.8% for FY 24

IIFL Securities 31 Jan 2023
Economic survey for FY 23 was presented before the Parliament today. The survey expects real GDP growth rate of 7% for FY 23 ... The Economic survey has cautioned against the widening Current Account Deficit (CAD) ... The Survey has reiterated that India will remain  the fastest growing economy in the world in FY 24.
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Indian economy to grow 6.5% next fiscal year: Economic Survey

Indian Express 31 Jan 2023
India's economy is projected to slow to 6.5 per cent in the fiscal year starting April but will remain the fastest growing major economy in the world as it fared better in dealing with the extraordinary set of challenges the globe has faced, the Economic Survey 2022-23 said on Tuesday.
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Indian economy to grow 6.5 per cent next fiscal year: Economic Survey

The Telegraph India 31 Jan 2023
India's economy is projected to slow to 6.5 per cent in the fiscal year starting April but will remain the fastest growing major economy in the world as it fared better in dealing with the extraordinary set of challenges the globe has faced, the Economic Survey 2022-23 said on Tuesday.
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Economic Survey 2023: FDI inflows expected to rebound in India

Financial Express 31 Jan 2023
The monetary tightening at the global level has further restricted the FDI equity inflows, the survey said.”A rebound in FDI inflows is, however, expected as the Indian economy sustains its high growth while monetary tightening the world over eventually eases with the weakening of inflationary pressures,” the survey said.Also Read.
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Economic Survey 2023: How is economic survey linked to Union Budget 2023? Know its impact

DNA India 31 Jan 2023
The Economic Survey has projected a baseline GDP growth of 6.5 percent in real terms for the next financial year 2023-24. The survey document said the projection is broadly comparable to the estimates provided by multilateral agencies such as the World Bank, the IMF, and the ADB and by RBI. How is Economic Survey linked to Union Budget 2023?.
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Economic Survey: What is it and what to expect in 2023

Indian Express 31 Jan 2023
On Tuesday, the Chief Economic Adviser (CEA) will release the Economic Survey for the current financial year (2022-23) ... What is the Economic Survey? As the name suggests, the Economic Survey is a detailed report of the state of the national economy in the financial year that is coming to a close.
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Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman tables Economic Survey 2022-23 in Lok Sabha

The Telegraph India 31 Jan 2023
Following are the highlights of the Economic Survey 2022-23 tabled in Parliament on Tuesday ... Economic Survey. PTI India is third-largest economy in the world in PPP (purchasing power parity) terms; 5th largest in terms of exchange rate. Economic Survey India to remain fastest growing major economy in the world.
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Economic Survey projects India's GDP growth to slow down to 6.5% in FY 2024 \u2014 Key highlights

Indian Express 31 Jan 2023
\ud83d\udd34\u00a0 India's economic growth is projected to slow to 6.5 per cent in the fiscal year starting April but will remain the fastest growing major economy in the world, the Economic Survey said ... \ud83d\udd34 The survey stated that\u00a0India is the world's third largest ...
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Economic survey 2023 to be tabled today: All you need to know about it

Hindustan Times 31 Jan 2023
A day before of the Union Budget, the government is set to table the economic survey 2023 on Tuesday at 11am ... Here's all you need to know about Economic Survey. ... IMF raises 2023 world growth forecast to 2.9%, 1st in a year ... The first economic survey came into existence in 1950-51 and it used to be a part of the budget documents.
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FM tables Economic Survey; GDP to grow 6.5% in FY24

Deccan Chronicle 31 Jan 2023
Union finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Tuesday tabled the economic survey 2022-23 in Parliament ... The loss of export stimulus is further possible as the slowing world growth and trade shrinks the global market size in the second half of the current year," the Survey said.

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