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India development update : towards a higher growth path (English)

The India Development Update for April 2015 has two main aims. First, it reports on the key developments over the past six months in India's economy, and places these in a longer term and global context. Based on these developments and on policy changes over the period, it updates the outlook for India's economy and social welfare. Second, the update provides a more in-depth examination of selected economic and policy issues, and analysis of medium-term development challenges. It is intended for a wide audience, including policymakers, business leaders, financial market participants, and the community of analysts and professionals engaged in India's evolving economy.


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    South Asia,

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    India development update : towards a higher growth path

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    higher growth;reserve bank of india;investment need;decline in inflation;private investment;savings and investment;share of tax revenue;international price of oil;Estimate Taxes;alternative sources of energy;current account deficit;final consumption expenditure;balance of payment;rate of investment;public sector bank;banks' balance sheet;return on asset;percent change;monetary policy;oil price;Financial Sector;resolution of dispute;private sector financing;production of rice;long term investment;repatriation of fund;financial market participant;demand for output;constraints on investment;public infrastructure investment;Project Monitoring;tax free bond;bank deposit growth;decline in investment;demand for credit;international oil price;cross country perspective;decline in fuel;minimum capital requirement;oil import bill;price of gold;inflation targeting framework;competitive business environment;line of defense;rapid export growth;combination of factor;central government finance;food price inflation;corporate governance practice;management of bank;small business entity;financial service provider;trade and services;consumer price index;fixed capital formation;fiscal deficit target;commodity price;credit growth;Manufacturing;capital expenditure;inflationary expectation;fiscal space;operational efficiency;reform measure;inflationary pressure;agricultural output;programme implementation;food grain;construction sector;private bank;commercial bank;exchange rate;Exchange Rates;base year;repo rate;capital infusion;production side;crude price;Emerging economies;emerging economy;market price;investment cycle;merchandise export;capital adequacy;term of ownership;capitalization requirement;world exports;government consumption;fiscal restraint;



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India development update : towards a higher growth path (English). India development update Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.