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Jul 04, 2019 08:59 PM IST | Source: Moneycontrol.com

Economic Survey 2019 Highlights: Economy poised for take-off, says CEA

Live updates of the Economic Survey release. It has predicated 7 percent GDP growth in FY20 on stable macro economic conditions

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will table the Economic Survey in Parliament today. This LIVE blog will bring you the latest updates.

The annual Economic Survey is usually presented a day before the presentation of the annual budget.

The Economic Survey serves as the official report of the country’s economy. This year, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will table it in Parliament today — ahead of her 2019-20 Union Budget presentation tomorrow.

The Economic Survey gives a detailed account of the state of the economy, prospects and the policy challenges. It carries sectoral overviews and comments on reform measures that are required. The survey's outlook serves as a marker about future policy moves.

The Economic Survey is authored by Chief Economic Adviser (CEAKrishnamurthy Subramanian, who was appointed as the CEA in December, and his team.
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