Shadows on sweet spot: Manufacturing grew the least among sectors in FY23

Some might conclude that manufacturing cannot be a leading sector without subsidies on inputs and cash pay-outs given for agri. But will such a manufacturing sector be viable, wonders T N Ninan


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India's economic growth numbers for the January-March quarter and for the full fiscal year 2022-23 have come as pleasant surprises, being better than almost all forecasts (including this writer's). Notably,
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First Published: Jun 2 2023 | 6:49 PM IST

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