PMEAC to submit economic review only to Prime Minister
However, apart from its estimates on GDP growth for the fiscal, the review also red flags the international scenario and growth, fiscal deficit and inflation projections for the next financial year. These could take away quite a bit from the annual Economic Survey, to be presented a day ahead of the Budget. The PMEAC had in August 2012 forecast a 6.7 per cent GDP growth rate.
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