Base effects caused a surge in headline Indian GDP growth in Q2 (Q1 of FY22/23), but underlying growth slowed relative to Q1. As a result, GDP growth won’t reach 9% in 2022 as we had thought. That said, we don’t expect this to derail the RBI’s tightening cycle.
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