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Budget 2020: A snapshot of Indian economy in six charts

Updated : 2020-01-30 13:00:44

Ahead of the Union Budget 2020, here is a snapshot of the Indian economy in six charts.

The Indian economy has been struggling with a prolonged slowdown and GDP growth in the September quarter dipped to 4.5 percent, lowest in over six years.
The Indian economy has been struggling with a prolonged slowdown and GDP growth in the September quarter dipped to 4.5 percent, lowest in over six years.
Foreign direct investment continued to rise in the last five years. India received $34.9 billion in FDI as of September 2019 in FY20.
Foreign direct investment continued to rise in the last five years. India received $34.9 billion in FDI as of September 2019 in FY20.
As of January 22, foreign institutional investors invested Rs 79,642 crore in the fiscal year 2020.
As of January 22, foreign institutional investors invested Rs 79,642 crore in the fiscal year 2020.
As of December 2019, auto sales stood at 2,07,36,410 units in the current fiscal. Retail auto sales dropped by nearly 15 percent to 1,606,002 units in December 2019, the highest decline in the current financial year.
As of December 2019, auto sales stood at 2,07,36,410 units in the current fiscal. Retail auto sales dropped by nearly 15 percent to 1,606,002 units in December 2019, the highest decline in the current financial year.
Direct and indirect tax collections for FY20 is expected to about Rs 21 lakh crore, lower than the Budget estimate of around Rs 25 lakh crore.
Direct and indirect tax collections for FY20 is expected to about Rs 21 lakh crore, lower than the Budget estimate of around Rs 25 lakh crore.
In terms of disinvestment, the government could achieve only Rs 18,095 crore, compared to the target of Rs 1.05 lakh crore
In terms of disinvestment, the government could achieve only Rs 18,095 crore, compared to the target of Rs 1.05 lakh crore
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