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    India poises for 8 percent growth rate: S&P Global

    India GDP Growth
    According to the S&P Global Ratings, the passage of the indirect tax, which is the most important structural reform till date of the current government, gives a sound reason for India clocking 8 percent growth in the immediate future. "India's GST passage gives us additional conviction of around 8 percent GDP growth forecast over the next few years," mentioned in a report titled 'Asia-Pacific steadies while China goes silent'. The rating agency had last month projected to clock a "steroid-free" growth of 8 per cent in coming years. As a matter of fact, The GST passage is arguably the most important structural reform and will improve efficiency, cross-state trade and tax buoyancy. It saw a reasonably firm pick-up in Asia-Pacific's macro momentum indicators, with pick-up in retail sales offering the clearest sign in most of the region's economies. This, it said, stems from rising income, which in turn is part of the region's evolving growth dynamics, with consumption playing a larger role. The rating agency said, China has been nudged-up as it raised the GDP growth forecast by about a quarter percentage point in 2016 and 2017 to 6.6 percent and 6.4 percent, respectively, and has kept its 2018 forecast roughly unchanged at 6.1 percent. While Japan's second-quarter outturn was weaker than expected, it said, adding that its 0.7 percent GDP growth forecast for 2016 looked like "a mild stretch" at this point.
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