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Economic Survey 2000-2001

    Economic growth remains elusive, says D&B

    High fiscal deficit a matter of alarm

    Defence spending up at early-90s level

    'New NPA recovery mode bears fruit

    'Industrial growth tardy, investment dips'

    Highlights of India's Economic Survey

    Survey blames bureaucracy for economic woes

    'Don't not peg MSP above inflation levels'

    Electronic sector grew 22% in 1999-2000: Survey

    'Foodgrain production may decline by 4.7 per cent'

    Telecom sector gallops ahead: Survey

    Govt may abolish RPS on fertilizers

    Pare customs duty, cut farm subsidies: Survey

    Inflation rate to fall by next month end: Survey

    IMDs helped RBI pare monetised deficit

    Gross fiscal deficit at 5.5 per cent of GDP

    Survey hints at lower interest rate regime

    'Policy reforms in the FDI regime needed'

    Imports from China neutralised by exports: Survey

    Core sector investments key to growth

    Govt says slowing of reforms may hit growth

    Low employment growth a cause for concern

    Economic Survey indicates inflation at 7%

    Govt sees higher 2000-01 current account deficit

    Economic growth likely to be stunted in 2001-2002

    More services to be brought under tax net

    Gaps in reforms cloud long-term growth


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