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  • International Monetary Fund. Asia and Pacific Dept
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    India’s economy has slowed substantially before and after the global financial crisis. The economy is in a weaker position than before the crisis. With investment particularly hard-hit, potential GDP is likely to be lower than estimated. Inflation is constraining the room for monetary policy easing. Banks’ capital ratios have fallen slightly, but asset quality is deteriorating considerably. The current account deficit registered a record high in 2011–12. Delivering on structural reforms, fiscal consolidation, and low inflation are critical for a sustained recovery.

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    Paper provided by International Monetary Fund in its series IMF Staff Country Reports with number 13/37.

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    Length: 94
    Date of creation: 06 Feb 2013
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    Handle: RePEc:imf:imfscr:13/37

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    Keywords: Article IV consultation reports; Economic growth; Fiscal policy; Fiscal consolidation; Subsidies; Fiscal reforms; Financial sector; Monetary policy; Floating exchange rates; Economic indicators; Debt sustainability analysis; Millennium Development Goals; Public information notices; India; current account; inflation; current account deficit; external debt; short-term debt; current account balance; balance of payments; government debt; government deficit; debt service; external shocks; ratio of debt; private banks; commercial borrowing; reserve bank; debt reduction; high inflation; public debt; capital account liberalization; external borrowing; total external debt; global liquidity; domestic financing; debt servicing capacity; public sector debt; debt servicing; debt ratios; inflation forecasts; debt restructuring; central bank; foreign currency debt; effective exchange rates; price inflation; debt sustainability; foreign loans; debt refinancing; rising inflation; foreign exchange; amortization payments; domestic borrowing; currency debt; inflationary pressures; real interest rates; debt rescheduling; long-term debt; debt problems; debt ratio;

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