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FY14 Growth Forecast Cut Worsens Outlook

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August 14: With no respite for the currency, and rate cuts out of sight, the state of the economy is worsening. Economists have slashed growth forecasts, not just for the current fiscal year but even the year ahead, and the risk of not even making it to the 5% growth mark is getting real. Bloomberg TV India presents some of the projections.