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India: A Macro-Economic Perspective

  • ID: 3643055
  • Report
  • Region: India
  • 19 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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2015-16 Round Up
The Quarterly India Macro-economic Summary analyses the key factors impacting the economic growth of the country. The publication also contains an in-depth analysis on inflation, monetary policy, industrial growth, fiscal and current account deficit, foreign investments, banking, and foreign exchange reserves.

Indian Economy: Key Highlights

- The real GDP growth is estimated to be at X per cent in 2015-16.
- Manufacturing sector under industry showed strong growth during 2015-16, and led to the overall growth of the industry sector at X per cent.
- While agricultural growth recovered, services experienced a slowdown.
- The real per capita income during 2015-16 is estimated to reach INR as against INR in 2014-15.
- Indian exports have been shrinking on account of a global slowdown in demand.
- The current account deficit is expected to shrink to X per cent by the end of 2015-16.
- India was amongst the top FDI host countries across the world in 2015-16.
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1. Indian Economy: Key Highlights
  • 2016-2017: Economic Outlook
  • Indian GDP grew by 7.6 per cent in 2015-16
  • Led by Manufacturing, Industry growth accelerated
  • Efforts to Revive Infrastructural Investment Cycle have shown Limited Results
  • Service Sector lost Momentum in 2015-16
  • Service Sector Remains the Major Contributor to GDP
  • Industrial Output fell through 2015
  • Rising food inflation - a worrying factor
  • RBI Policy Rates - At Status Quo
  • Fiscal Deficit touched 88 percent of the 2015-15 Estimate
  • Exports contracted for the 13th consecutive month
  • Current Account Deficit at 1.6 per cent of GDP duringSeptember 2015 quarter
  • India amongst the Top 10 FDI Destinations in the World
  • Reserve Bank of India to contain Rupee Volatility
  • Non-food Credit remained Subdued
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