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Read more about Gita Gopinath confirms India's GDP most affected among G-20 countries on Business Standard. The IMF chief in a tweet showed India's internationally comparable quarter-on-quarter GDP shrank the most among G-20 countries at 25.6%The IMF chief in a tweet showed India's internationally comparable quarter-on-quarter GDP shrank the most among G-20 countries at 25.6%

Gita Gopinath confirms India's GDP most affected among G-20 countries | Business Standard News

The real GDP may decline in the range of 12-15 per cent in the second quarter (July-September), and 5-10 per cent in the following quarter (October-December), according to the report.The real GDP may decline in the range of 12-15 per cent in the second quarter (July-September), and 5-10 per cent in the following quarter (October-December), according to the report.

India GDP Data News: State Bank Of India (SBI Lowers 2020-21 GDP Forecast To 10.9 per cent From 6.8

COVID-19 shock and inadequate policy responses have compounded India’s economic problems.COVID-19 shock and inadequate policy responses have compounded India’s economic problems.

Not prepared for the worst | The Indian Express

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The GDP numbers tell only a partial story and the complete picture is markedly differentThe GDP numbers tell only a partial story and the complete picture is markedly different

What really is the state of Indian economy? | Analysis – Gulf News

In the wake of record GDP contraction, experts, including the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), noted that a government-led spending push is needed for revival of the economy.In the wake of record GDP contraction, experts, including the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), noted that a government-led spending push is needed for revival of the economy.

Amidst calls for big push, government spending up just 11% in April-July from last year | India News,The Indian Express

In times of crisis, they say cash is the king. Perhaps, the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) justification for the increased cash intensity in the economy in the previous year is built on this premise. IIn times of crisis, they say cash is the king. Perhaps, the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) justification for the increased cash intensity in the economy in the previous year is built on this premise. I

Digital payments may be a worthy challenger, but cash is still the king - The Hindu BusinessLine

IMF chief economist Gita Gopinath on Wednesday tweeted a graph showing India’s internationally comparable quarter-on-quarter GDP shrank the most among G20 countries at 25.6%IMF chief economist Gita Gopinath on Wednesday tweeted a graph showing India’s internationally comparable quarter-on-quarter GDP shrank the most among G20 countries at 25.6%

IMF validates India’s GDP contraction in Q1 as the steepest among G20 countries

The Indian economy, which contracted by 23.9 per cent in the first quarter of its financial year on the back of a stringent coronavirus lockdown that led to job losses and drove down consumption, is in even bigger trouble, as the latest growth figures show.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Business News -The Indian economy, which contracted by 23.9 per cent in the first quarter of its financial year on the back of a stringent coronavirus lockdown that led to job losses and drove down

Indian economy in trouble as pandemic disruptions continue, Business News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Hyderabad: As a result of the COVID-induced lockdown, Indian economy shrank by a massive 23.9 per cent in the April-June quarter of 2020-21, the dataHyderabad: As a result of the COVID-induced lockdown, Indian economy shrank by a massive 23.9 per cent in the April-June quarter of 2020-21, the data

India records biggest ever economic contraction since Independence

The GDP figures for April-June quarter have proven that the economy was hit terribly due to the nationwide lockdown.The GDP figures for April-June quarter have proven that the economy was hit terribly due to the nationwide lockdown.

Lockdown delivers a huge blow to economy! - Telugu News - IndiaGlitz.com

It is possible to beat ourselves up too much over this GDP loss as there are mitigating factors we must acknowledge.It is possible to beat ourselves up too much over this GDP loss as there are mitigating factors we must acknowledge.

Rs 11.1 Lakh Crore GDP Loss Is Price We Paid For Covid Life Cover; Many Lessons To Learn From It

It is possible to beat ourselves up too much over this GDP loss as there are mitigating factors we must acknowledge.It is possible to beat ourselves up too much over this GDP loss as there are mitigating factors we must acknowledge.

Rs 11.1 Lakh Crore GDP Loss Is Price We Paid For Covid Life Cover; Many Lessons To Learn From It