India’s GDP set to grow 8% or more in previous quarter: Nirmala Sitharaman


NEW DELHI: Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday stated that the nation’s GDP is set to grow by 8% or more in the quarter ending March 31.
Speaking throughout an occasion in the monetary hub of Mumbai, Sitharaman stated, “Hopefully the fourth quarter, will also have (growth) of 8% or above 8% resulting in 2023/24 having an average growth in GDP of 8% or over 8%.”
Sitharaman highlighted the anticipated year-on-year enlargement charge of 8% for the 2023/24 monetary 12 months, attributing it to improved inflation administration and macroeconomic stability.
The GDP knowledge for the Jan-March quarter is scheduled for launch on May 31. India’s economic system recorded an 8.4% progress in the October-December quarter, surpassing the previous quarter’s 7.6% progress. The present fiscal 12 months is projected to witness a 7.6% financial progress by March 31, in accordance to authorities estimates.

Nilesh Desai
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