Why it’s urgent to respond to India’s vital signs

By Rajiv Khosla & R S Bawa A June 2016 report by the World Bank, showed a decrease in the global growth forecasts from 2.9% to 2.4%. If forecasts are made today, the growth projections will see a further dip. This is due to – The predicament in the US Fed Reserve’s interest rate fixation, after…

via Why it’s urgent to respond to India’s vital signs — The Indian Economist

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