There have been a deterioration in India's economic development due to the fact of its slowest rate of movement in a decade for the current fiscal year, moving unsteadily surrounded by government proving unsuccessful to act on planned improvement to encourage investment as well as prosper in industry performance.
The government statistics which got released on Friday has brought into prominence the growth for the 12-month period which is ending on March 31, 2013 while it set upright at 5 percent. During the initial year period, the growth rate was 6.2 percent while in the preceding year the economy have expanded at a fast-paced 9.3 percent. The growth seems to have slackened to 4.8 percent in the January-to-March quarter of 2013, in comparison to 5.1 percent which was during the same period in the preceding year.
The current scenario seems to have depressed the Indian economy. This is in regard to the investment manifestation due to the fact of the latest figures which confirmed the panic caused towards the analysts about the high substantial rise in the general level of prices related to an increase in the volume of money as well resulting in the loss of
value of currency accompanying weak consumer expenses, at the same time delays in economic betterment.