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CONTENTS OF THE ECONOMIC CHALLEHGER's ISSUE JANUARY-MARCH 2019

The year 2019 will be a challenging year for the Indian Economy as General Elections are to be held in April this year. This will impact development work in the country and stock markets will see a lot of fluctuations due to Fed decisions over interest rates in the United States which will have worldwide repercussions including India. Increasing outflows of foreign funds may influence exchange rates very badly and Balance of Trade and Balance of Payments may go awry.

Economic Challenger is doing its best to cover important events through various research articles and opinions. The content list presented hereunder brings many topics in thelimelight.



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