The Economic Survey rightly indicates that we as a nation are expected to embark on a high economic growth trajectory.
This year’s Economic Survey published by the finance ministry has a stark message: climate change can dent farm incomes by as much as 25% in rain-fed areas over the medium term.
The Economic Survey 2017-18 was tabled in Parliament this afternoon.
India will need about $4.5 trillion in the next 25 years for infrastructure development, of which it will be able to garner about $3.9 trillion, the Economic Survey said.
Budget 2018: The Economic Survey report 2017-18 on Monday was tabled in both houses of the Parliament by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley ahead of the Union Budget 2018
Economic Survey 2018 Tabled In Lok Sabha: GDP Growth Pegged At 7-7.75%, India To Be Fastest Growing Economy Again
Aiming at a GDP growth rate of 6.75 per cent in the current financial year, the Economic Survey 2017-18, tabled by the Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Monday, projected a GDP growth of 7 to 7.5 per cent in the financial year 2018-19.
Finance minister Arun Jaitley tabled the Economic Survey on the first day of budget session 2018. The annual report card of the government stated many important decisions that were carried out in the current fiscal year.
In what reinforces bullish outlook on solar energy, India’s renewable power is projected to overtake coal-fired generation capacity in a decade from now.
India’s renewable energy programme is proceeding at such a rapid pace that its contribution to total power generation will equal that of coal in 2026 and surpass it the following year, according to projections made in the second volume of the Economic Survey released on Friday.
The government is committed to invest more in the infrastructure sector through schematic interventions like Bharatmala and has adopted a multi-pronged strategy to address infra issues, the Economic Survey said today.