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India

Group Research / April 01, 2019

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India
 201620172018e2019f2020f
GDP growth, % YoY8.08.27.27.07.0
CPI inflation, % YoY4.94.53.63.43.8
 Mar-292Q193Q194Q191Q20
Exchange rates, end of period69.1670.0071.0071.5071.00
Policy interest rates, end of period6.255.755.755.755.75
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