India: Weak Growth Continues into Start of FY13/14

Hindu Rates of growth stage a come back to haunt the Indian Policy makers!

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Economic weakness, which was evident throughout FY12/13, looks to have continued going into the start of FY13/14, judging by the recent batch of data releases for the month of April. Ongoing weak economic activity was underscored by a further loss in momentum in industrial output. In y-o-y terms, growth in industry slowed sharply from 3.4% in March to 2.3% in April, reflecting in particular the sharp deceleration in the manufacturing sub-sector. On a further downbeat note, overall industrial production shrank by 1.5% in April compared to the previous month. The contraction was much more pronounced than the -0.1% posted in March. Furthermore, the outlook for the sector appears to be largely gloomy as June’s manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) suggests that activity was broadly flat amid a decline in new orders. Softness in the sector can also be attributed to power cuts and the general weak economic climate. In the…

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