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The Economic Survey 2001-2002


Economic Survey 2001-02 document on the Finance Ministry Web site
Highlights of Economic Survey 2001-2002

Reforms helped growth and productivity

Survey presents a weak growth recipe

Advanced economies hold the key to medium term recovery

Portrait of a defeated government

Economic survey urges lower interest rates

Govt urged to initiate drastic reforms in agriculture

Govt urged to address fiscal imbalance

India has to brace for external shocks

Survey warns against delay in liberalisation, deregulation

India losing out to China in FDI in hardware

Industry seeks measures for stimulating growth

UTI should be brought under SEBI ambit within mths

A-I, IA amongst 18 PSUs on selloff list

Govt hints at more teeth for SEBI

Profitability of PSUs continues to rise despite privatisation

Survey moots a PSP campaign for food

Govt to finish Maruti stake sale by end-March

Net borrowings exceed target; external debt worsens

India records 2-decade low inflation; trend to continue

Corporatise railways for viable operations

Number of poor declines by 60 million in seven years

Bearish mood may continue but reforms to boost market

Industrial unrest, sickness on a downtrend

Survey moots changes in MSP policy

Lower credit offtake by industry pulled down M3 growth

India to prune LPG subsidy, foreign firms to gain

Food Subsidy Bill rises 14% to Rs 137 billion

Speed up price reforms to cut fertiliser subsidy: Survey

Budget deficit to narrow only slightly

Survey warns of high fiscal deficit, prescribes more reforms

Policy thrust attracts private investment in telecom sector

WTO meet: A feather in the cap?

FDI inflow ballooned 61% in eight months

Divestment proves to be a saving grace

Reforms helped banks better operational efficiency

Bond market: A major source of capital for large corporates

Survey concerned about banks becoming risk averse

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