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  • India FY19 fiscal deficit to come in at 3.5 percent of GDP: Report: India#39;s fiscal deficit is expected to come in at 3.5 percent of GDP in financial year 2018-2019, as policymakers seek to promote economic growth by reducing the pace of fiscal consolidation, says a report. http://bit.ly/2nIgpvy

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  • Task to strengthen public finances left to next govt: Fitch: The government has revised its 2018-19 fiscal deficit projections to 3.3 per cent of GDP and for current fiscal to 3.5 per cent of GDP, compared with original targets of 3 per cent and 3.2 per cent, respectively. http://bit.ly/2nF0ZrU

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  • GDP growth to slip to 7% in H2 of FY19: Bank of America Merrill Lynch report: The government is expecting growth to rise to 7-7.5 percent in the next fiscal. http://bit.ly/2E47lLZ

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  • GDP growth to slip to 7% in H2 of FY19: BoA Meryll Lynch report: The government is expecting growth to rise to 7-7.5 percent in the next fiscal. http://bit.ly/2E39LKJ

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  • No material impact of slippage in fiscal deficit: Moody#39;s: The government has revised its 2018-19 fiscal deficit projections to 3.3 per cent of GDP and for the current fiscal to 3.5 per cent of GDP, against original targets of 3 per cent and 3.2 per cent, respectively. http://bit.ly/2E0JoVz

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  • Govt working on raising share of exports in GDP to 20%: Suresh Prabhu: The government will come out with a strategy document on increasing the share of exports to 20 percent of the GDP, Commerce Minister Suresh Prabhu said today. http://bit.ly/2nIEjGz

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  • Budget 2018 seems poor people-friendly but it also brightens growth outlook: SBI Chairman: The government will target fiscal deficit as an operational target and will ensure that the fiscal deficit is 3.0 percent of GDP by 2020-21, clearly a more realistic glide path. http://bit.ly/2nADY8K

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  • Govt#39;s acceptance of 40% debt-GDP ratio a big positive: NK Singh: In an interview to CNBC-TV18, NK Singh, Chairman of the Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Act (FRBM) Committee gave his take on Arun Jaitley’s Union Budget and the outlook on the road ahead. http://bit.ly/2DTO5AN

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  • India on course for 8% plus growth, says Arun Jaitley: The GDP (Gross Domestic Product) growth of 6.3 per cent in the July-September quarter of the current fiscal signalled turnaround of the economy, Jaitley said while presenting the Union Budget 2018-19 in the Lok Sabha. http://bit.ly/2nyLOjo

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  • Budget 2018: FM jaitley has done his bit; the market has to move on: The higher nominal GDP growth itself gives leeway to the government to project an ‘optically’ lower deficit, as the market looks at it as a percentage of GDP. http://bit.ly/2nxio5e

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  • Budget 2018: Government projects 7.2-7.5% growth in GDP for second half of 2018: India will likely grow at 6.5 percent in 2017-18, slower than the previous year’s 7.1 percent expansion, according to central statistics office’s (CSO’s) first advance estimates http://bit.ly/2nuMXZl

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  • FY17 GDP growth at 7.1%; Modi government revises FY17 nominal GDP growth to 10.8%: Indian economy grew at its fastest pace since 2011 to reach 8 percent growth during 2015-16. http://bit.ly/2DPqrFh

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  • India's 2016-17 GDP growth unchanged at 7.1 percent: govt statement: NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's annual economic growth in the fiscal year that ended in March 2017 was unchanged at 7.1 percent, a government statement showed on Wednesday. http://bit.ly/2DRZPDX

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  • Budget 2018: Rate of corporate tax in top 10 countries by GDP: While the concept of levying a tax on corporate entities#39; income is quite common in other countries, the percentage of tax and tax slabs vary. http://bit.ly/2nrDou9

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  • Benchmarks resume record run on Eco Survey boost: The Economic Survey for 2017-18 said the GDP will grow on the back of major reforms which would be strengthened further in the next financial year. http://bit.ly/2njEnMO

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