India’s gross domestic product (GDP) is close to achieving positive growth rates. The Reserve Bank of India has estimated this. The central bank says that the V-shaped improvement refers to the vaccine (vaccine). The Indian government has launched the world’s largest vaccination program from January 16 to protect people from the Kovid-19 epidemic. In the January Bulletin of the Reserve Bank, the article on the state of the economy says, how will 2021 be? The size of the correction will be V-shaped. V refers to the vaccine. This article was written by Reserve Bank Deputy Governor Michael Devvart Patra and others.
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The article states that the largest ek manufacturing capacity is the position of profit with India in the world’s largest vaccination campaign. Apart from this, India also has experience of vaccination against polio and smallpox. The central bank said that if it succeeds, its balance of risk will tilt upward. However, the Reserve Bank has clarified that the articles are subject to discussion and will not necessarily be considered the opinion of the central bank.
Payments are also coming down to the target
The article said that e-commerce and digital technology will play an important role in recovering India’s position. However, it will still take a long time to achieve pre-epidemic production levels and employment. The article noted that the recent change in the macroeconomic sector has brightened the overall scenario and the GDP growth rate is close to being positive. At the same time, showing is also approaching the goal. According to the government’s estimate, the Indian economy is projected to decline by 7.7 percent in the current financial year 2020-21. In the first quarter of April-June of the current financial year, the economy had witnessed a steep decline of 23.9 percent. At the same time, the economy was down 7.5 percent in the second July-September quarter.
Agricultural production expected to be bumpy in 2021
The article stated that before the end of the season, the rabi sowing area has become more than normal. As such, agricultural production is expected to be bumpy in 2021. It states that India is the global capital of vaccine manufacturing. In such a situation, India’s Pharmaceutical X will grow rapidly due to the introduction of vaccination globally. Agricultural exports under the Production Related (PLI) scheme show combative potential.