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What could go wrong?

Positivity surrounding India’s near and long-term economic outlook is arguably at its highest in a decade, with good reason. But amid the optimism, it is easy to become complacent to the downside risks. This Focus highlights five key risks that we think could knock 0.5-1.5%-pts off annual GDP growth over the coming years.

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