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24th Feb 2023 16:42Emerging Asia, Weekly Monitor

  • India’s Q4 GDP should see a growth moderation to 5.3%, from 6.3%, marginally above the consensus.
  • But the headline will be flattered massively by a quarterly boost from trade; imports were abysmal.
  • Consumption, the main engine, appears to have stalled, leaving capex to do all the heavy lifting.

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