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ECONOMIC INDICATORS: ‘End Of Term’ Comparisons

GDP Growth

8.1 GDP in (%)

87-

Despite adverse situation like war & terrorism

6-

4.8

54-

NDA

(2003-2004)

Source: Budget Documents

UPA

(2013-2014)

NDOC


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Current Account Deficit (in Billion $)

+10.5 UPA

(2013-2014)

NDA

(2003-2004)

(-45) Source: Budget Documents

NDOC


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Fiscal Deficit

Fiscal Deficit of GDP

6.0 -

5.7%*

5.5 -

5.0 -

4.5 -

4.0 -

4.57%

NDA

(2003-2004)

Source: Budget Documents

4.6%

* Fertiliser, food, and petroleum subsidies together account for 1Lakh 20 crores – which Mr Chidambaram is pushing back into next year (If 1.2 Lac crore is added in current year Fiscal deficit will rise to 5.7%)

UPA

(2013-2014)

NDOC


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Industrial Production

6.9% NDA

(2003-2004) Source: Budget Documents

0% Nil Growth UPA

(2013-2014)

NDOC


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Currency Depreciation

NDA

(2003-2004)

010 -

UPA

(2013-2014)

9%

20 -

Rupee per Dollar 30 -

42.07 43.65 40 61.96

1998-99 2003-04 Current

Source: RBI Reference Rates

38% NDOC


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Manufacturing Growth

7.30%

NEGATIVE

Only thrice in History of Independent India

NDA

(2003-2004) Source: Budget Documents

UPA

(2013-2014)

NDOC


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Food Inflation

9.5%

10 -

8-

6-

4-

2-

4%

NDA

(2003-2004)

Source: Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation

UPA

(2013-2014)

NDOC


GOVERNANCE RECORD NDA v/s UPA