India Awaits Firm Economic Recovery Before Ending Stimulus

India's Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee says that the federal government won't end some meausures that have been put in place to stimulate the economy until evidence of a strong recovery is in place, reports The Wall Street Journal.

 

Quoting Mukherjee, the newspaper says that several stimulus measures, that ranged from cuts in factory levies to higher government spending, helped cushion the economy against the effects of a global financial crisis.

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