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Corporate India's revenue growth hits six-quarter low in Q4 on weak consumer sentiments: ICRA report

Firstpost Thursday, 13 June 2019
Weakness in consumer sentiments and softening commodity prices have led India Inc to deliver six-quarter low revenue growth of 10 percent in the fourth quarter of FY19, a report said on Thursday
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