World Bank estimates, Indian economy recovering from the Covid-19 crisis, will grow at the rate of 8.3% | After IMF, World Bank gave good signs, said- Indian economy is recovering from Corona

Washington: World Bank (World Bank) President David Malpass (David Malpass) said on Wednesday that the Indian economy, which was hit by the Kovid-19 epidemic, is now in a state of recovery from the crisis and the World Bank welcomes it.

‘India recovering from Kovid crisis’

Malpas also said that India is an organized sector economy (Indian Economy) is facing huge challenges of integrating more people and increasing the earning of the people. India has made some progress in this direction but it is not enough. Malpas said, ‘Indians have suffered a lot due to the wave of Kovid and it is unfortunate. They have tried to deal with it with huge production of vaccines and also increased vaccination efforts. But we need to focus on the Indian economy and especially the unorganized sector (Unorganized SectorThe impact that has been had on it will have to be ascertained.

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India is getting affected by inflation

Last week, the World Bank had projected the Indian economy to grow at 8.3% this year. World Bank (World Bank) President Malpas said, ‘The Indian economy is recovering, and we welcome it. It has overcome the latest wave of Kovid. It’s a good thing. But India, like other countries, is now facing supply chain disruptions and rising inflation in the world.nflation) is being affected by.’

IMF also gave good signs

On Tuesday itself, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) had given good news from the point of view of the Indian economy. The IMF had projected the growth rate of the Indian economy to grow at 9.5 percent this year. Along with this, it was said by the IMF that in the next year i.e. 2022, the growth rate can increase at the rate of 8.5 percent. Let us tell you, due to Corona, there was a decline of 7.3% in the country’s economy during the financial year 2020-21.

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