Bane turns boon: Rural income boost marginal, but some states to gain

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Updated: Oct 30, 2020 8:26 AM

Relatively higher shares of agriculture in their respective GVAs were a growth drag on some states.

Relatively higher shares of agriculture in their respective GVAs were a growth drag on some states.

They may, however, stand to benefit and witness higher rural spend in FY21, thanks to agriculture’s relative insulation to Covid-19/lockdown.

 

 

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