Economic Survey 2013

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Economic Survey 2013
The Economic Survey is presented a day ahead of the Union Budget. The Economic Survey 2013 is likely to focus on measures needed to propel growth, as well as express concern on the elevated levels of inflation. Read live the Economic Survey 2013:

12: 38 PM: FII inflows needed to sustain rupee

12:35 PM: Recent reforms to yield faster growth, price stability

12:32 PM: IIP Growth maybe sluggish

12:30 PM: Higher agri output to help reduce inflation

12:30 PM: Macro economic conditions could allow reduction in interest rates

12:28 PM: Lower inflation to help cut interest rates

12:26 PM Monetary policy has limited influence on food prices

12: 25 PM Further steps needed to diversify software exports

12:25: PM Mixed signals that industrial growth has bottomed out

12:21 PM: Bonds gain as fiscal deficit predicted at 5.1% of GDP

12:20 PM: FY 2013 Current Account Deficit seen at 4.3 for 2013

12:20 pm: Industrial growth likely to improve in FY14

12:16 PM: Concerned over Food Security Bill pushing up deficit

12:16 PM: Need to raise diesel, LPG prices

12:15 PM: Focus should be on import curbs on gold and oil

12:15 PM: Overall global economic environment remains fragile

12:10 PM Oil Subsidy key to fiscal risk

12:10 PM Growth downturn more or less over

12:10 PM: WPI inflation may decline to 6.2-6.6 pct by March

12:07 PM: Tax mop-up to be lower than estimates

12:05 PM: FY 2014 GDP to grow between 6.1% to 6.7%

12 NOON: FM tables Economic Survey Report in Parliament

11:40 AM: Economic survey likely to reveal unhealthy figures on domestic savings

11:30 AM: Fiscal deficit likely to be lower than most estimates

11:27: AM: Markets will eagerly look for GDP estimates for 2014. Expect a tepid figure though

11:25 AM: Sensex up 48 points ahead of the Economic Survey to be presented at 12 noon

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Story first published: Wednesday, February 27, 2013, 10:57 [IST]
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