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India - Macroeconomic Quarterly Summary (April - June 2015)

India - Macroeconomic Quarterly Summary (April - June 2015)

Indian Economy in 2014-2015: Key Highlights

Real GDP growth is estimated to have grown by percent.

Finance, Insurance, Real Estate and Professional Services registered the highest growth rate of percent.

Industry grew at percent; Mining registered a low growth of percent.

Per capita income rose to INR in 2014-15, which was % higher than 2013-14’s estimate of INR .

Gross fiscal deficit came in at percent of GDP, lower than the Budget estimate of percent.

Current account deficit eased to percent of GDP, down from percent a year ago.

About this report

The investment tracker provides a quarterly snapshot of the investment activity in India. It analyses investment activity on a quarter-on-quarter basis with respect to the number and value of projects. The data is segmented by different industries, regions, stages of implementation, types of ownership, and types of project type for deeper analysis and insights. Lastly, it provides information on big-ticket projects. The investment tracker is useful for business planning and decision-making by evaluating the industrial activity within their own industry as well as other allied industries in their value chain and larger ecosystem.


  • India: A Macro-Economic Perspective
    • Indian Economy in 2014-2015: Key Highlights
    • India's Economic Growth Continues its Gradual Upward Trend
    • Manufacturing Rebounded in 2014-15
    • Focus on Infrastructural Development Aided Growth in Utilities and Construction
    • Weak Global Demand Dragged Down Growth in Services Sub-Sectors
    • Services Sector has Steadily Increased its Share of GDP
    • Industrial Growth So Far has been Pulled Down by Manufacturing
    • Increasing Divergence between Retail and Wholesale Inflation
    • Policy Rates Slashed to Stimulate Growth
    • Fiscal Deficit Hits 37% of the Estimate for 2015-16
    • Subdued Global Economic Conditions Impact Trade
    • Current Account Deficit Narrowed due to Lower Trade Deficit
    • `Make In India' Driving Capital Inflows
    • Appreciating rupee value results in higher forex reserves
    • 2015-2016: Economic Outlook

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