The International Monetary Fund (IMF) released its World Economic Outlook (WEO) report on Tuesday.
The previous WEO was released in April this year, when the extent of the Covid-19 pandemic and ts economic implications were still being evaluated.
The report gives the economic forecast on a host of indicators up to 2025. While these numbers are subject to revision even in the short-term horizon, it is worth comparing India’s post-pandemic economic trajectory with that of other South Asian countries — Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, and Pakistan — and with China, the only emerging market economy that is bigger than India.
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