Analyst Sees 10% Growth for India

December 13th, 2010
in Background, GDP, econ_news

Econintersect - Sanjeev Kulkarni has run the numbers and foresees the possibilty of 10% real GDP growth for india this year.

Follow up:

The Indian financial year runs from April through March so the first two quarters are in:  8.0% for Q1 and 9.3% for Q2.  To reach 10% for the year, the second half must average 11.4% real GDP growth.  Among the indicators that Kulkarni sees for higher growth are soaring investment and tax numbers and declining inflation.  Read more.....

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