Indian Exports: Is there a magic potion for revival?

David Rasquinha

The Economic Survey tabled in the Parliament in January 2017, has pegged India’s GDP to grow by 6.5 % during 2016-17, down from 7.6 % recorded in the last financial year, however, it is expected to rebound in the range of 6.75-7.5 % in 2017-18. Growth in exports on a year-on-year basis unfortunately has not been as desired, largely due to the global slowdown and the resultant demand destruction in India’s export markets.

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