Debt-to-GDP ratio to shoot as much as 87.6%


Mumbai, July 20

India’s debt-to-GDP ratio will shoot as much as 87.6% on the finish of the present monetary 12 months from 72.2% in FY20 on the again of additional borrowing by the federal government in wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, economists at SBI mentioned on Monday.

Over 4 proportion factors of the rise within the debt-to-GDP ratio is attributable to the autumn in progress, which goes to end in GDP contraction through the 12 months, they mentioned, insisting on measures to deal with progress fairly than adopting fiscal conservatism.

This larger debt quantity will even result in the shifting of the FRBM (Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management) Act, 2003, goal of mixed debt to 60% of the GDP by seven years to FY30, they mentioned within the be aware.

It mentioned the moot level is whether or not the debt is sustainable, and added that over $500 billion in foreign exchange reserves can handle the exterior debt whereas servicing the interior one can be not a difficulty.

“In the present state of affairs our nominal GDP progress is more likely to contract considerably and based mostly on this our interest-growth differential will flip optimistic in FY21, thus elevating severe questions on debt sustainability,” it added. — PTI

SBI report

Over 4 proportion factors of the rise within the debt-to-GDP ratio is attributable to the autumn in progress, which goes to end in GDP contraction through the 12 months



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