Is demonetization responsible for lower GDP growth rate?
In this piece, Decimal point has weighed upon the recent announcement of GDP numbers which has been below market expectation.
Its arguments are counter to the popular consensus, that demonetization has been the prime reason for this considerable fall in GDP. The author has highlighted the fact that it’s the businesses which have been reluctant to invest in future, and Net Imports have also dragged the GDP down.
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