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Are the four most populous states not contributing to India’s growth? 

The share of the four most populous states in India’s GDP is declining. It is important to understand why Maharashtra is not pulling its weight

September 16, 2022 / 09:01 AM IST
Are the four most populous states not contributing to India’s growth? 

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*** --To meet the target of $10000 per capita income by 2047, productivity must improve --For India to meet the target, the states have to increase their productivity --The most populous states of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Maharashtra and West Bengal have a major role to play --The share of these states in India’s GDP is coming down --UP, Bihar and West Bengal have lower than average capex *** It has been a mixed bag in terms of news and views. The Indian economy flattered to deceive....

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