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We would be out of the downturn faster than the rest of the world: Nikhil Nehru

27-December-2008
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We would be out of the downturn faster than the rest of the world: Nikhil Nehru

This economic slowdown is affecting everyone globally, But again, look at it dispassionately. India is not going to grow at 9-10 per cent. Let’s take a worst case scenario – 5-5.5 per cent or 6-7 per cent. But the rest of the world is in recession, so we are ahead of them would be out of it faster than the rest of the world, says Nikhil Nehru, MD, Ontrack Corporate Services.

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