Is 8.5% growth achievable during this fiscal (2010-11)?
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Is 8.5% growth achievable during this fiscal (2010-11)?
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» Karthik, chennai, 2010-12-09 12:13:06
we can definitely achieve 8.5% growth in this current fiscal because the agriculture sector has been performing well due to good moonsoon and harvest of kharif crops and manufacturing sector is also performing well.Infact india can surpass the target.last year we saw a meagre 0.2% growth in agriculture.But this year till now its already 4.4% growth which was unprecedented.
» Santosh Mishra, Mumbai, 2010-12-08 22:11:32
We can achieve more than 8.5% GDP growth,even with all these scams now hindering/confusing the foreign capital flows.Savings,Innovations and decissive investments & inclusive growth are the three main areas,which are going to take us to the level of more than 8.5% growth on sustainable basis.
» Krishan, delhi, 2010-12-08 04:52:01
yes. India can achieve 8.5% growth during 2010-2011. As its growth is 8.9% growth recorded in first half of 2010-2011 raises the possibilities. Faster growth is also expected in further also due to agriculture recovery. service and industrial sector also shows recovery after recession. So we can expect that India can achieve 8.5% growth easily
» Prateek gulia, delhi, 2010-12-08 02:40:57
yes
» ARVIND SINGH, new delhi, 2010-12-03 05:57:12
yes this growth rate is achievale
» Neha Mani Tripathi , lucknow, 2010-12-03 03:05:10
yes,India is a fastly growing economy and it can achieve 8.5% growth during 2010-2011.we have the potential and the required resources to tread on the path of high growth.the need of the hour is to put together the resources and the efforts.India has shown the world that it is not impossible to maintain a constant upward movement on the growth chart supplemented by various protectionist measures and stimulus packages to safeguard its economy during the recent downturn.if we did it in the past,we can do do in the future as well.
» Veena, nasik, 2010-12-06 04:12:25
No with the present state in the country which is already in water deep with the scams hitting the economy. also the slowdown in major industrial sectors as well as the agricultural sector with the inflation reining at another peak level makes the prospect grim.
 
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