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Indian Economic Worries and Possible solutions

The relentless fall of rupee, high inflation, loss of purchasing power of rupee, poor GDP growth, growing unemployment and high CAD are urgent economic concerns of India today, which many economists argue is faced by most of the developing countries today.
Several commissions and advisory committees have recommended reducing subsidies and correcting fiscal discipline. Kelkar committee recommended removal of subsidy on urea. Last year the government put a cap on the number of subsidised LPG cylinders that any house hold can purchase each year. But the National Food Security Act, 2013 goes against such recommendations. Though seen from a different perspective, if the common man gets subsidised food grain then inflation worries will go down.
Lowering import bill is foremost focus of the government in order to bring down the high CAD and stop the fast decline of FoRex. Some steps have been taken to discourage purchase of gold, but 80% of the import bill comprises of non elastic petroleum…

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