While US, Europe Rebound, India yet to Find Firm Ground as Economy Shrinks
Note: This article was originally published in Hellenic Shipping News. Dr Venkatachalam Anbumozhi was quoted.
Growth could fall to 4.5 percent annually over the next five years, well below the 6.5 percent growth that had been projected before COVID-19. China has come roaring back from the devastation of Covid-19, and the United States, Europe, and Japan are finding their feet. But the hundreds of millions of laborers and shopkeepers who keep India’s economy running still can’t find relief
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