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Number Theory: Four key questions that will matter for the economy in 2023

Jan 05, 2023 07:34 AM IST

As the New Year begins amid renewed hope, what will 2023 hold for the economy — both Indian and global?

As the New Year begins amid renewed hope, what will 2023 hold for the economy — both Indian and global? Here are four questions whose answers hold the key.

India continues to take proactive steps to reach their goal of $5 trillion economy. (HT file photo)
India continues to take proactive steps to reach their goal of $5 trillion economy. (HT file photo)
Data from the Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell (PPAC) shows that the international price of crude oil (Indian basket) rose to $113 per barrel in March 2022 from $94 in February 2022.
Data from the Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell (PPAC) shows that the international price of crude oil (Indian basket) rose to $113 per barrel in March 2022 from $94 in February 2022.
The US Federal Reserve has administered a cumulative rate hike of 4.25 percentage points in 2022.
The US Federal Reserve has administered a cumulative rate hike of 4.25 percentage points in 2022.
IMF’s latest World Economic Outlook expects China’s GDP to grow at just 3.2% in 2022.
IMF’s latest World Economic Outlook expects China’s GDP to grow at just 3.2% in 2022.
India on average got 1073mm of monsoon rain in 2022, 10.5% more than the 1961-2010 average of 970mm.
India on average got 1073mm of monsoon rain in 2022, 10.5% more than the 1961-2010 average of 970mm.
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    Pavitra Kanagaraj is a data journalist. She uses public and private datasets to cover economy, women, and politics. Prior to HT, she did macroeconomic research at UNESCAP and ERF. She co-founded the Rethinking Economics chapter at JNU in 2021.

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