Economic Survey Predicts Growth Of 6.75-7.5% And Other Highlights

New Delhi: India’s economy should grow between 6.75 percent and 7.5 percent in the financial year beginning on April 1, a government report forecast on Tuesday.

The Economic Survey, which sets the scene for Finance Minister Arun Jaitley’s fourth annual budget on Wednesday, also said the implementation of wage hikes and muted tax receipts would put pressure on the fiscal deficit in 2017/18.

The survey was prepared by the finance ministry’s chief economic adviser Arvind Subramanian.
Here are the highlights of the report:

Growth
2017/18 GDP growth seen between 6.75 and 7.5 percent year on year
GDP growth rate at constant market prices for the current year 2016/17 is placed at 7.1 percent

Monetary Policy
Sharp rise in prices in 2017/18 may cap monetary easing headroom – ET NOW on Twitter
Market interest rates seen lower in 2017/18 due to demonetisation – ET NOW on Twitter

Fiscal Deficit
Implementation of wage hike, muted tax receipts to put pressure on fiscal deficit in 2017/18

Demonetisation
Remonetisation will ensure that the cash squeeze is eliminated by April 2017

Universal Basic Income
Universal basic income (UBI) proposal a powerful idea, but not ready for implementation
UBI an alternative to plethora of state subsidies for poverty alleviation
UBI would cost between 4 and 5 percent of GDP.
Source:-NDTV

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