Sunday, June 23, 2024
HomeTrendsThe global recession is unlikely to affect India as much as other...

The global recession is unlikely to affect India as much as other countries, according to SBI

The global recession is unlikely to affect India as much as other countries, according to SBI

According to State Bank of India chairman Dinesh Khara, the effects of a global recession, which the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank are growingly concerned about, Unlike, in other countries, probably won’t be as severe in India.

India is doing quite well, according to Khara, who spoke to PTI in an interview on the sidelines of the annual conference of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank on Friday. Inflation is “fully under control” and the country’s expected growth rate is 6.8%.

Given that a sizable amount of the GDP is basically committed to the domestic market, India’s economy is mostly inward-looking in terms of demand. Therefore, from that perspective, I believe the global recession will have an effect, but it won’t be as noticeable as it may be on other economies that are interconnected with the world, he added.

India unlikely to be hit as hard by global recession as other countries: SBI  chairman | Economy News | Zee News

When compared to some of the other major economies that have a strong export component, the Indian economy’s beta factor may be far smaller, he suggested.

According to Khara, India is doing relatively well given the state of the world economy given its predicted growth rate of 6.8% and inflation that is “well under control” despite the global challenges.

Demand-driven inflation is not the main driver of the problem. According to him, it is effectively supply-side inflation. “When we properly examine the supply-side causes of inflation, we find that capacity utilization is only around 71%. The capabilities in that regard have room for development. This disruption of the supply chain is one of the factors contributing to the drop in oil prices, because of global headwinds and their effect on the supply chain.” Added he.

According to Khara, all economies are experiencing a difficult period at the moment, and The administration is putting a lot of effort towards solving these problems. Future economic prospects for India are anticipated to increase, he added.


The IMF hails India’s growth as a sign of a possible global recession in 2023

SBI: India unlikely to be hit as hard by global recession as other nations

Everyone wants to travel to the United Kingdom since it is the most well-liked nation. However, because UK inflation is the highest of the G7 at roughly 10%, UK citizens find it difficult to afford even a pint of beer. With food costs rising by 0.4 per cent in only one month, the First World superpower USA is presently experiencing an 8.3 inflation rate, which has an impact on housing, medical care, new automobiles, and home furnishings. According to studies, all of this has exacerbated homelessness, with estimates of 3.8 million vacant apartments for homeless individuals.

This also implies that real estate prices and the cost to purchase an American house have climbed by 20. We must talk about our neighbours’ unexpected and uncertain circumstances. Sri Lanka has had a dreadful year; the change in government was brought about by a popular uprising, but not by the massive street rallies that we all saw. While all of this was going on, food prices rose by 84.6%, and imports of fuel, fertilizer, and medicine were prohibited, all of which had an impact on Pakistan’s economy, which was their immediate neighbour.

Pakistan’s economy is predicted to grow by just 2% in 2023. This is because the Rajapak Sabradas, who held sway in the Sri Lankan government, are accused of corruption and negligence toward public welfare. Sadly, Pakistan’s successive policymakers have put more of their attention into supporting religious extremism and funding terrorism against India than they have on trying to attract foreign investment, even though this year’s catastrophic floods have caused a lot of damage and destruction and the country’s poverty is already rising.

China The zero covet policy, which led to lockdowns around the nation and remains in many sections of the city, caused the supply chain hubs to suffer, and this was when Asia’s largest economy suffered the most. Real estate values were impacted, but the country’s population were most negatively impacted. The unemployment rate for those aged 16 to 24 increased to around 20%, and for working adults, it was about 5.4 per cent. Keep in mind that food and gasoline costs were also rising at the time.

India unlikely to be hit as hard by global recession as other countries: SBI  chairman - The Hindu

India’s economy is also facing difficulties, and the rupee just crossed the 80 to the dollar mark. Although India’s growth is expected to be the fastest among economies, it will need to exercise caution. Mark fell to a new low of 81.9 in September. In conclusion, India and its people are renowned for their originality, tenacity, and intellect. The SNP also said that they enjoy good relations with various countries throughout the world but are not fully dependent on them.

edited and proofread by nikita sharma



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here
Captcha verification failed!
CAPTCHA user score failed. Please contact us!

- Advertisment -

Most Popular

Recent Comments