‘Bimaru’ states turn the tide, top growth charts

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Montek Singh Ahluwalia has reasoned that  the term can be decisively done away with as states like Bihar and Madhya Pradesh have topped the growth charts and are far above the national average. (Reuters) Montek Singh Ahluwalia has reasoned that the term can be decisively done away with as states like Bihar and Madhya Pradesh have topped the growth charts and are far above the national average. (Reuters)
Summary* NDC meet: Plan panel says the term has outlived relevance

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Ahluwalia said the economy will have to clock 9 per cent growth during the last three years of the plan period to achieve 8 per cent growth the economy. “I would say that even 8 per cent average, if you work it out based on 5.8 for current year or 7 per cent next year, it will mean ... 9 per cent for the next few years. That’s quite an ambitious target,” he pointed out.

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