India’s GDP again decreased : 5.7% growth in April-June quarter


India’s GDP growth slows to a decade-low of world bank forecast The GDP per capita (GDP) was 5.7 per cent in the April-June quarter. This is a much smaller price than expected.

6.1 per cent of GDP in the March quarter. From this, the lowest was at 5.7 per cent. In the April-June period of this fiscal, GDP stood at 7.9%. TK Anand, a senior economist, said the gap in manufacturing slowed down. The construction sector contracted by 1.2 per cent during the corresponding period last year to 10.7 per cent. Its reversal is clear in the GDP.

HDFC Bank Chief Economist Abhishek Baruah said that the GDP rate is disappointing. Abhique pointed out that this was a stimulus and gesture. Economists believe that poor performance in manufacturing and services sector slowed down the economic growth rate.

The World Bank forecasts that India will achieve 7.2 per cent economic growth this year and 6.8 per cent growth in 2016. China’s growth will come down to 6.5 percent. India will grow at 7.5% in 2018 and 7.7% by 2019 and China’s annual growth will reach 6.3%, the World Bank said.

On November 9, 2016, the government withdrew Rs 1,000-2000 from the market. At the start of the financial year, there was a rise in GDP rates, but the note was followed by a revocation announcement in three and four quarters. Union finance minister Arun Jaitley said that not only the ban was lifted, but the global affairs of the GDP.

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