The return of the economy
ET Polymers|October - November 2020
Showing remarkable resilience in the last few months, the Indian economy is on its way back to a clear growth trajectory with firm signals of further improvement, a latest ASSOCHAM Assessment on State of Economy (AASE) pointed out.

Braving the unprecedented global health crisis, the In-dian economy has shown a remarkable resilience in the last few months. Lead indicators such as manufacturing PMI, exports, rail freight and energy consumption are returning to a clear growth trajectory with firm signals of further improvement, a latest ASSOCHAM Assessment on State of Economy (AASE) pointed out.

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