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India's GDP growth slowed to 7.1% in the historic year of demonetisation - Quartz

The data is in: While India remains one of the world's fastest-growing major economies, the currency ban in November 2016 did take some steam out of its growth engine. India's GDP grew at 7.1% in 2016-17, the country's Central Statistics Office (CSO ...and more »

Canada's Economic Growth Triples US's - Huffington Post Canada

Canada's GDP grew at a 3.7-per-cent pace in the first three months of 2017, more than tripling the U.S.'s 1.2-per-cent pace, StatsCan reported on Wednesday. "Wasn't it America that was supposed to be made great again? And yet boring old Canada was a ...and more »

Three Years Into Modi's Regime, the Cracks Are Beginning to Show - The Wire

Unemployment has risen and the corporate sector has taken a hit, but the Modi government is relying on statistics to create an illusion of economic growth. Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Credit: Reuters/Yuya Shino. The completion of three years of Prime ...and more »

GDP down to 6.1 per cent: Why everyone needs to worry about the economy - Business Today

The latest GDP numbers have come out and the picture is not very pretty. The GDP growth slowed to 6.1 per cent for the fourth quarter of 2016-17, from the 7.0 per cent the previous quarter. And the previous quarter itself had seen a slowdown, coming ...and more »

GDP growth slows to 6.1% in Jan-March: Indian economy finally bares its demonetisation scars - Hindustan Times

India's economic growth slowed to 6.1% in the fourth quarter ending March 2017, compared with 7.1% in the previous quarter. business Updated: Jun 01, 2017 09:30 IST. LiveMint. Demonetisation pulled down India GDP growth rate to 6.1% in Q4 2016-17 from ...and more »

Demonetisation pulls down India GDP growth rate to 6.1% in Q4 2016-17 - Livemint

India's GDP growth in 2016-17 came in at 7.1%, in line with the official estimate. Graphic: Ahmed Raza Khan/Mint. Latest News » · What a personal loans cost you: 23 December 2017 · Percentage of top 10 holdings in mutual funds · Banks are reducing ...and more »

GDP slowdown: Demonetisation's fallout has hurt the economy but there are reasons to be optimistic - Times of India (blog)

India's economy, or gross domestic product, grew a disappointing 6.1% in the January-March quarter of 2016-17. This growth rate however was not surprising. A deceleration in the pace of economic growth was evident from the beginning of the financial ...and more »

India's red hot economy is losing steam - CNNMoney

India's crown is slipping: It can no longer claim to be the fastest growing major economy in the world. The annual rate of growth slumped to 6.1% in the quarter ended March 31, down from 7% in the previous quarter. That was much weaker than economists ...and more »

Bad news, bears: Canada's economy is actually doing better than you think -

It takes a special kind of cynic to look at the latest GDP numbers and find them wanting. Canada posted impressive gains in the first quarter, Statistics Canada revealed on Wednesday, with the economy expanding at an annual pace of 3.7 per cent — the ...and more »

India is no longer the fastest-growing economy - The Hindu

India lost its fastest-growing major economy tag in the fourth quarter of 2016-17, with GDP growth coming in at 6.1% compared with China's 6.9% in the same period. Data from the Ministry of Statistics on Wednesday showed GDP grew 7.1% in the financial ...and more »