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Budget 2024: Will India’s GDP reach $7 trillion by 2030?

<p>Ahead of the next Interim Budget 2024–25, the government recently issued a study report that evaluated India’s potential economic trajectory, aiming to reach the $7 trillion level by 2030.</p>
<p>The study, ‘Indian Economy – A Review,’ describes how the country’s economy has surpassed a 7% rise for the third year in a row.</p>
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<p>According to the Finance Ministry study, “India’s steadfast commitment to ensuring steady economic growth is generating resources for investment needed for climate change adaptation, building resilience, and mitigating emissions.”</p>
<p>Furthermore, India may aim to reach a GDP of USD 7 trillion in the next six to seven years (by 2030) provided fair assumptions are made about inflation differentials and the currency rate. This will mark a critical turning point in the effort to provide the Indian people with a standard of living and quality of life that both meet and surpass their expectations,” the study said.</p>
<p><strong>steady development despite world problems</strong><br />
This accomplishment is noteworthy in light of the world economy’s struggles to develop at a pace higher than 3%. The study underscores India’s will to maintain economic expansion, provide funds for vital investments in adapting to climate change, enhancing resilience, and reducing emissions.</p>
<p>India’s economy has grown rapidly over the last ten years due in large part to increased capital expenditure in the public sector, robust non-food credit growth, and a robust banking sector.</p>
<p>The measures implemented to fortify the financial industry have assisted in clearing up the balance books of corporations and banks, giving them the confidence to start lending to all areas of the economy again.</p>
<p><strong>Benefits of GST adoption</strong><br />
Larger-scale manufacturing has been encouraged, and economic efficiency has been improved while logistics costs have decreased as a result of the domestic market consolidation brought about by the GST’s implementation,” the statement said.</p>
<p>The balance sheets of corporations and banks have been effectively cleaned up as a result of efforts to improve the financial system via reforms.</p>
<p>As a result, banks are now able to continue lending to different economic sectors. Since the Goods and Services Tax (GST) was implemented, domestic markets have become more efficient, which has encouraged larger-scale manufacturing and increased economic efficiency while lowering logistical costs.</p>
<p>The government’s comprehensive welfare policy is outlined in the study, along with its expected beneficial effects on growing the middle class and the consumer base.</p>
<p>Notwithstanding obstacles presented by the worldwide health crisis and fluctuations in climate, the agriculture industry has shown tremendous persistence and adaptability.</p>
<p><strong>a boost to digital transformation</strong><br />
The Digital Public Infrastructure (DPI) of India is strong and has significantly changed the authentication environment.</p>
<p>The cost of doing electronic Know Your Customer (e-KYC) has decreased as a consequence.</p>
<p>In addition, the country’s e-commerce sector has flourished due to the combination of broad internet access, smartphone use, and fast urbanization. As a result, India is now the third-largest fintech economy in the world, after the United States and the United Kingdom.</p>

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