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Into The Unknown

The government is leaving a mixed bag in terms of economy for its successor.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley have often said that their performance could have been better if they had not inherited a boatload of problems and an economy in a shambles. There was quite a lot of substance behind that claim. Economic growth had plunged though as a subsequent revision by the Central Statistics Office showed, the situation was perhaps better

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