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GDP growth rose just 4.5% for the quarter ended September 2019, in a development that reinforces concerns that the Indian economy is slowing down and unlikely to record 6% growth for the whole fiscal year.

India’s economy grew at its slowest pace in six years for the second quarter of this fiscal year, according to official data released by the government on Friday evening.

Gross domestic product (GDP) growth rose just 4.5% for the quarter ended September 2019, in a development that reinforces concerns that the Indian economy is slowing down and unlikely to record 6% growth for the whole fiscal year.

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