Bringing certain structural changes to Indian banking will unclog credit flow and enable faster growth
In 2003, the Vajpayee government’s claim that the Indian economy’s growth rate would exceed 8% for the first time in history was met with guffaws. Today, when the union government asserts that India can breach the 10% real gross domestic product (GDP) growth mark, there is similar disbelief and derision.
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