Agenda for new govt in 2014: Structural reforms key for the Indian economy, indicates Societe Generale

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Supply side reforms crucial for India and the govt, whether it is led by Narendra Modi or Sonia Gandhi will need to act with intent. Reuters Supply side reforms crucial for India and the govt, whether it is led by Narendra Modi or Sonia Gandhi will need to act with intent. Reuters
SummaryWhether Narendra Modi triumphs, or Sonia Gandhi, Indian economy's fate depends on reforms.

out and inflation may have peaked, but the stress is visible.

"The economy will continue to muddle through for the rest of the year even as an elevated level of inflation remains a concern," it said.

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