Indian economy likely to grow at 7.9% in FY17: Crisil

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Indian economy likely to grow at 7.9% in FY17: Crisil
As per the Central Statistics Office, Indian economy will grow at a 5-year high of 7.6 percent in the fiscal ending March, overtaking a slowing China, on the back of improvement in manufacturing and farm sectors.

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