The economic growth slowed to 4.5 per cent in the second quarter. The figure stood at 5 per cent for the first quarter of the current fiscal. The first advance estimates will take into account the figures available for the first nine months of the current fiscal.
The Reserve Bank of India has also gradually pegged down its growth forecasts in its successive policy reviews. In its December review, the RBI had pegged India's economic growth at 5 per cent.
The first advance estimates will take in to account the following set of data:
*IIP for April-October,2019
*Financial performances of listed firms for the first and second quarter
*Advance estimates of crop production
*Accounts of Central and state
*Indicators like passenger and freight earnings of railways, air cargo handled, car sales among others.
The government will present the Budget on February 1. The second advance estimates will be released post the presentation of the Budget.
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1 Comment on this Story
Caba San Viejo375 days ago
Indian GDP Nose-Dived like Buggy- jumping when advise of Nobel Laureates Dr Amartya Sen PhD Economics, Dr Abhijeet Banerjee PhD Economics are not taken , Buggy-Jumping (Free - fall) of Indian GDP is bount to happen.