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India’s economy continues to grow at the fastest rate; see the UN report in 10 points

<p>According to the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs’ “World Economic Situation and Prospects 2024” report, India’s GDP growth is expected to reach 6.2% in 2024, making it the largest economy in the world with the quickest rate of development. The industrial and services industries are seeing great expansion and there is a considerable demand from inside the country.</p>
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<p><strong>What the Global Economic Situation and Outlook for 2024 Indicate:</strong></p>
<p>1) India’s big economy continues to expand at the quickest rate in the globe. Despite significant development in the industrial and services sectors and strong domestic demand, India’s growth rate of 6.2% in 2024 is just less than the 6.3% prediction for 2023.</p>
<p>There will be downward pressure on growth in numerous countries in the area due to tighter fiscal and financial conditions, issues with the balance of payments, and the resurgence of the El Niño climatic phenomena.</p>
<p>3) Due to internal and external challenges, China’s economic recovery from lockdowns due to COVID-19 has been slower than anticipated. In the second half of 2023, the economy showed signs of improvement, with the growth rate rising to 5.3% for the year from 3.0% in 2022.</p>
<p>4) The two-year surge in global inflation subsided in 2023, but it was still higher than the norm for the years 2010–2019. From 8.1% in 2022—the highest level in almost three decades—to an anticipated 5.7% in 2023, global headline inflation decreased.</p>
<p>5) A further slowdown in global commodity prices and a reduction in demand as a result of monetary tightening are expected to cause global inflation to drop to 3.9% in 2024.</p>
<p>6) Government infrastructure projects and foreign investments propelled India’s robust investment performance in 2023.</p>
<p>7) All of the world’s major countries, with the exception of India, saw a decline in the manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index in the third quarter of 2023. The index is a leading measure of economic activity.</p>
<p>8) Multinational corporations are becoming more interested in India, which sees</p>
<p>the nation as a crucial alternative industrial base in the framework of supply chain diversification techniques used by major nations.</p>
<p>9) India’s consumer price inflation is predicted to slow down from 5.7% in 2023 to 4.5% in 2024, remaining within the Central Bank’s medium-term inflation target range of 2% to 6%.</p>
<p>10) A number of sizable emerging nations that saw significant capital inflows saw a rise in the income shares of the top 10%, notably South Africa and India.</p>

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