India is the second largest economy in the world, behind only China

BanglaHunt Desk: In India, on the one hand, the corona virus has been on the surface like an octopus since last year, and on top of that, black fungus has emerged as a corona companion. Among these, many unemployed people lost their jobs in the lockdown issued in the middle of the country. As a result, the country’s economy is going downhill. But in the meantime, the good news has reached the World Bank. The country’s economy is about to turn around.

According to World Bank sources, India’s economy is turning around in the current financial year. Economic growth is going to be 7.3 percent. And this economy will be able to take the country to the second place. However, China is in the first place with a gap of only 0.2 percent from India. However, the amount of the survey given in April was 10.1 percent, which is about 1.6% more than the current survey.

According to the World Bank, besides India, Bhutan and Bangladesh are also expected to grow by 5 percent this year. However, the World Bank estimates that it will still take 60 years for the global economy to return to normal. But little by little, the world economy is turning around. Of which this year may increase to 5.6%. The world economy is expected to grow slightly in 2022, to around 4.3% and 3.1% in 2023.

However, the report given by the World Bank on this day also shows the high praise of India. According to the World Bank, investment in improved infrastructure, proper planning, rural development and improvements in health services are all paving the way for growth in the Indian economy. As a result, the Indian economy is turning around even in this crisis situation.