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  • OECD report says India#39;s GDP growth will overtake China#39;s in 2018: As per the data the global GDP growth rate is projected to grow from 3 percent in 2016 to 3.5 percent in 2017 and later to 3.7 percent in 2018 http://bit.ly/2jMXeBm

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  • India growing pretty robustly: World Bank President Jim Kim: He said in terms of indebtedness, the bank was watching very carefully the debt-to-GDP ratios of every single country. http://bit.ly/2jLDYnP

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  • Japan#39;s second-quarter economic growth revised down from stellar first reading: The downgrade was widely expected after data used to revise gross domestic product (GDP) figures showed capital spending growth in April-June slowed from the previous quarter. http://bit.ly/2j9LSHo

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  • Focus on infrastructure, power and exports to boost GDP growth: Raghuram Rajan: The second extremely important area is power which requires reform in terms of improving health of distribution companies, Rajan said. http://bit.ly/2gKUY8Y

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  • Current account deficit may widen to 3 per cent in April-June: Nomura: In the quarter ended March or first quarter of 2017, current account deficit widened to USD 3.4 billion, or 0.6 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP). http://bit.ly/2eOzQla

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  • Ignoring talent and ensuring mediocrity isn't nationalism: Raghuram Rajan: After the GDP data in March showed demonetisation did not affect growth rate, Modi had said that hard work was more powerful than Harvard: Rajan http://bit.ly/2gJXht2

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  • GDP slowdown temporary, not linked to note ban: Shah: GDP slowdown temporary, not linked to note ban: Shah"The demonetisation has not had any negative impact (on economic growth). 'Notebandi' cannot be reason for GDP coming down to 5.7 per cent from 7.1 per cent," Shah said. http://bit.ly/2gJX49e

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  • View: GST will not impact long-term GDP growth: We are very bullish on infrastructure from three-year outlook. http://bit.ly/2gGMi3D

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  • 'Weak investment demand bigger challenge than GST, note ban': According to Kotak Institutional Equities, weak investment demand which accounts for 30 per cent of GDP is a far bigger 'structural' challenge. http://bit.ly/2gGh3Wh

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  • Opposition should stem defection to Modi camp: P Chidambaram: Chidambaram said, "I don't know whether he is winning. He won the war earlier. But after the demonetisation report (of RBI) and the GDP number, I think there is a change in perception." http://bit.ly/2eJB9BR

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  • India GDP growth to re-accelerate as GST impact fades: Morgan Stanley: Commenting on the GDP numbers, Morgan Stanley said, "We are inclined not to read this as a sign of general slowdown in aggregate demand". http://bit.ly/2eJoVt0

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  • Crisil lowers GDP forecast to 7% in FY18 on GST hiccups: Domestic rating agency Crisil on Monday lowered its growth forecast to 7 per cent for fiscal 2018, down from 7.4 per cent earlier, as it sees disruptions arising from the implementation of the new uniform tax regime. http://bit.ly/2eE1Nw9

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  • RBI to stay on hold even after disappointing GDP data: Nomura: The Reserve Bank is likely to stay on hold in its policy review meet in October and instead focus on banking resolution and liquidity management, despite June quarter #39;disappointing#39; GDP data, Nomura said in a report. http://bit.ly/2eCSOLC

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  • Crisil lowers GDP forecast to 7% in FY18 on GST hiccups: In the quarter to June, economic expansion slumped to 5.7 per cent, the slowest in the past three years and the country lost the tag of being the fastest growing large economy again to China. http://bit.ly/2eDaC9A

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  • If the Modi government is doing everything right, why is India's growth stunted?: No one should be shocked. India's economy has been growing less and less healthy for awhile. GDP growth has now declined steadily for six straight quarters. http://bit.ly/2gwAUqT

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