India's Core Sectors Slowed To A Growth Of 2.5% In Only September
Now in this september, the India's core sectors slowed or goes down of the 2.5% because of the neagtive growth in petroleum refinery products and coal. There are six core sectors named petroleum refinery products, electricity, cement,coal, crude oil and finished steel. All are expanded by 4:3 per cent in September 2009. 26.7 per cent India's industrial ouput in Infrastrucutre accounts. In pervious years, output is felt by 5.6 per cent. Now in this Augest, the core sector industries grew by 3.9 per cent. 10:2 percent and 6.5 per cent respectively. This year crude oil production grew by 12.5 per cent while 1.2 percent growth is slowed in electricity generation.
5.2percent grew by the cement production and 5.6 per cent increased in finished steel. Now the India wants to invest the $500 billion in telecommunication, power, railways, roads, infrastrucutre and oil pipelines in upcoming years that is end March 2012. While the our Indian government plans to double spending money in infrastrure to $1 trillion in upcoimg 5years, this plans starts from the April 2012.
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