Worst over for Indian economy, but uncertainty ahead: India Ratings
"This is the bottom of the pit (for the Indian economy). Now whether we dig a further or deeper pit for ourselves by not implementing the fiscal reforms, or we find steps to climb up, that is where the uncertainty lies," India Ratings Managing Director and CEO Atul Joshi said.
"The worst is behind us, but there is uncertainty ahead of us, which if not handled properly would result in further bad news. If handled properly and executed well, then there is only good news ahead," Joshi said in an interview here.
"This is the bottom and the worst is over as of now," Joshi said, when asked whether the worst is over for the Indian economy.
Joshi, however, refused to comment on whether the risks still remain about a possible downgrade in India's sovereign credit rating to 'junk' status, or the prospects have improved for an upgrade.
"It would be inappropriate for me to comment on where it (rating for India) will go, as there is a separate sovereign team at Fitch Group to look at that aspect," he said.
India Ratings, which was formerly known as Fitch India, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of global rating agency major Fitch Group.
India's credit rating was put on a 'negative' outlook by various agencies including Fitch last year due to a slowdown
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