Curb your enthusiasm

The detail of the GDP data also throws up some inconsistencies, curbing one's enthusiasm from the fear of future data revisions

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Sakshi Gupta

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Recent optimism around India’s growth performance was further validated with the January-March 2023 growth printing at 6.1 per cent — higher than the government’s advance release (residual) estimate of 5.1
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First Published: May 31 2023 | 11:30 PM IST

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