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India to beat IMF projection of 5.1 pct growth

Bolstered by "hopeful signs" in certain sectors,the government said India will beat the IMF projection of 5.1 per cent growth in 2009.

Written by Agencies | New Delhi |
March 27, 2009 1:50:17 pm

Bolstered by “hopeful signs” in certain sectors,the government said India will beat the International Monetary Fund projection of 5.1 per cent growth in 2009.

“Overall we are beginning to see some hopeful signs… in a number of sectors we have seen some changes… cement,steel,capital goods… I don’t think 5.1 per cent is what we are going to achieve,” Cabinet Secretary K M Chandrasekhar said in New Delhi at the CII Annual session.

However,he said banks,particularly those in the private sector,have not cut interest rates as much as they were expected to,following the easing of monetary policy by the Reserve Bank.

“There has been certain stickiness of interest rates banks have not shown response as we would have liked particularly private sector banks,” Chandrasekhar said.

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