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VIKAS KAKDE 22h
Me: trying to enlighten people to focus on real issues in India.不不不不不不不不 . . Aur dekho . .
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Imran Solanki 1h
We all knew Indian calculations are a fantasy. Just compare these two No more Modi this
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World Economic Forum Oct 15
Chart of the Day: This is how the $88 trillion global economy is spread around the world
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Sanju Verma Oct 14
India's in terms in 2019 was 11x more than Bangladesh, despite population being 8x more In purchasing power parity terms, 's per capita GDP in 2020 is estimated by at $6284 compared to $5139,for Stop commenting on matters,you are not seized of
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Swati J. Pant (鄐詮鄐菽冗鄐戈凶 鄐鄐擒鄐嗣 鄐芹鄐) Oct 15
I have a joke on GDP but Bangladesh has already cracked it on India.
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Sanju Verma Oct 16
IMF has said India's GDP per capita in 2020,will be $6284 Vs $5139,for Bangladesh,which means we are 22.28% larger than B'desh,on this metric Stop reading forwards &educate yourself;B'desh is facing a food crisis Btw,we are 11x bigger than B'desh in terms of
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Amiti Pande Oct 15
A nation of termites( s reference) & desperate job seekers who cross over to India, is now leaving us behind in per capita . Its integration into global value chains for textiles & an export oriented approach has paid off. & have lessons to take.
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Aparajita Pande Oct 14
Master Stroke by PM to stop illegal migrants from India 氣 set to slip below Bangladesh in 2020 per capita GDP, says IMF Till 5 years ago, Indias per capita was nearly 40 per cent higher than Bangladeshs.
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Share Prophets Oct 25
Just posted: Goldplat pleased to announce Q1 update and we can see why... BUY
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Mick Wallace Oct 18
Circular Economy Action Plan talks of additional Growth of 0.5% by 2030 + talks about decoupling growth from 'resource extraction' which isn't credible - We need radical change to our economic system so it's not based on GDP Growth. Endless growth will destroy the planet..
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Aswin Toons Oct 15
Bangladesh set to overtake India in GDP per capita: IMF 攻 氣
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Danish Arain Oct 17
is the only country in Asia as compared to other Growing countries which faces negative for the first time, in first 3 years of since its independence. Destruction to the Economy caused by GOV is unforgaveable. Below are the figures 1
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Michael 13h
- Goldplat moving through multi-year highs after results a few days ago. Company made 瞿1m in operating profit in last quarter and expects to see continued progress. Currently 瞿14m mc.
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Tweet of Crow Oct 17
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氣氣屢返 h梗樹湘蛤 堹椈琠 奡琠塈塚 Oct 15
If we turn the towards then we can easily shuck their per capita
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Aparna Rao Oct 18
in 1947 had a literacy rate of 12%, lifespan 32 yrs, and a GDP of Rs. 2.70 lakh crore. Today literacy in India is 76%, lifespan 70 yrs, and nearly Rs. 200 lakh crore - larger than the GDP of former colonial power .
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Oxford Insights Oct 15
Our & in report is out! Take a read & learn about how can create opportunities for , , socially excluded groups & how helps increase a country's "
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RemicsComics Oct 16
Bangladesh is about to beat India in regional per capita GDP sweepstakes. source:
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jeroen blokland Oct 18
The US Credit Impulse, the flow of new (additional)credit available to companies and households, is the strongest since the early 1980s. The credit impulse tends to lead growth.
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Chetan Bhattacharji 47m
12 bodies incl RBI say will contract ~10% FM says near zero
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