‘Discrepancies’ drive GDP growth1 min read . Updated: 01 Jun 2016, 07:38 AM IST
What would the growth rate be if the 'discrepancies' are left out of the GDP data? A mere 3.9, at constant prices
Gross domestic product (GDP) growth at constant prices jumped from 7.2% in the December 2015 quarter to 7.9% in the March 2016 quarter. So, this is a giant step towards the goal of 8% growth or, at the very least, confirmation of a strong recovery in the economy, right? Perhaps not.
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