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India Infoline News Service | Mumbai | February 15, 2013 08:26 IST

Amid widening trade gap, the Current Account Deficit (CAD) this year is likely to exceed 4.2 % of GDP recorded in 2011-12, said Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council (PMEAC) Chairman.

Amid widening trade gap, the Current Account Deficit (CAD) this year is likely to exceed 4.2 % of GDP recorded in 2011-12, said Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council (PMEAC) Chairman. (BL)

Wholesale price index (WPI)-based inflation for January touched a three-year low of 6.62 %, down from 7.18 % last December.(BL)

Seeking to unfreeze idle gold, the RBI today made the gold deposit scheme of banks more attractive by lowering the investment time period and allowing mutual funds to participate in the scheme.(BL)

Meeting the Cotton Advisory Board's (CAB) export target of 8 mn bales this cotton year (October to September) might be a tall order.(BS)

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Amid widening trade gap, the Current Account Deficit (CAD) this year is likely to exceed 4.2 % of GDP recorded in 2011-12, said Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council (PMEAC) Chairman.
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