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See August IIP At 3-3.3%: Axis Bank

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October 11: Saugata Bhattacharya, Economist at Axis Bank, pegs the August IIP between 3-3.3% on output stocking before the festive period and some momentum in the capital goods sector. Manufacturing and electricity have shown a pick-up in the last few months, he says. He also gives his estimates for inflation, expected next week, the interest rate outlook and the inflation-growth debate.