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World Bank projects India's growth rate at 7.3 per cent for the current fiscal

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World Bank projects India's growth rate at 7.3 per cent for the current fiscalThe World Bank has projected a growth rate of 7(point)3 per cent for India this year and 7(point)5 per cent for 2019 and 2020.
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