GDP

  • PM Modi likely to meet FinMin officials on June 20, to discuss road map for boosting growth: Modi is likely to discuss the road map for every department and the agenda for increasing revenue mop-up and taking reform steps to push GDP growth which has slipped to 5-year low http://bit.ly/2WETr7i

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  • GDP growth rate to decide if we get 50-60% return: Singhania: "India one of the very few economies to have political and economic stability over next 5 years." http://bit.ly/2WJf5fM

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  • Misleading GDP data: PM Modi's narrative of 7% growth has done real damage: India's level of economic output may be overstated by anywhere between 9 per cent and 21 per cent http://bit.ly/2WJ0ZuI

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  • How questionable GDP math has done a number on IndiaIndia's level of economic output may be overstated by anywhere between 9% and 21%. http://bit.ly/2XLX8t9

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  • Flaws in Subramanian's theory: He takes an oversimplified view of factors driving GDP growth http://bit.ly/2XQVmr3

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  • GDP mis-estimation: Former Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian's revelation that India's GDP growth was grossly overestimated nailed the government's lie. According http://bit.ly/2XQVmax

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  • GDP data under cloud: Govt should know that this is a crisis of credibility: Confidence in India's economy continues to be shaky - and a few more quarters of bad indicators will erode it completely http://bit.ly/2XGuzxi

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  • EAC-PM takes on former CEA Arvind Subramanian's paper on India's GDP: In a research paper, Subramanian has said that India's real GDP growth was more likely to have been 3.5-5.5 per cent in 2011-2016 http://bit.ly/2XIHIpx

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  • PE/VC deals plunge 54% in May to $2.8 b: The dip comes amid data release of sagging GDP growth fuelled largely by a fall in consumption which has been the one of the favourite for investors as well. http://bit.ly/2wOZCeD

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  • Easy money can#39;t revive economy, only fiscal steps can: Report: Growth plummeted to a nearly five-year low at 5.8 percent for the March quarter, pulling down the full-year GDP for FY19 to a low 6.8 percent. http://bit.ly/2XKd67o

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  • GDP data is back in the news: The Centre should take Arvind Subramanian's scepticism on growth numbers seriously http://bit.ly/2XHMfZl

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  • PM's economic council to issue 'point to point' rebuttal to ex-CEA's claims: The Economic Advisory Council-PM (EAC-PM) also asserted that any attempt to sensationalise what should be a proper academic debate about GDP numbers is "not desirable" http://bit.ly/2wLJ72U

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  • GDP numbers: EAC to counter Subramanian's claims: Economic Advisory Council to PM has refuted the claims of former CEA Arvind Subramanian regarding overestimation of GDP numbers and said it will come out with a point-by-point rebuttal in due course. Subramanian, in a paper http://bit.ly/2wMU447

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  • PM's Economic Advisory Council refutes ex-CEA's claims on GDP numbers : Arvind Subramanian said that India's economic growth rate has been overestimated by around 2.5 percentage points between 2011-12 and 2016-17 http://bit.ly/2wQuQCc

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  • PM's economic advisory council refutes the claim by former CEA on GDP Estimates: The Economic Advisory Council will examine in detail the estimates made in Arvind Subramanian's paper and come out with a point-to-point rebuttal in due course http://bit.ly/2wOFXM0

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