At 2.4%, current account deficit widest in 4 years – Times of India

September 15, 2017
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Times of India
Mumbai: The country’s current account deficit (CAD) — the shortfall caused by the gap between imports and exports — has widened sharply to 2.4% of gross domestic product (GDP) during the quarter ended June 2017. This is the widest gap since June 2013 …
Here’s Why June Quarter Current Account Deficit Is At Four-Year HighNDTV
Current account deficit widens to 4-year high as gold imports reviveLivemint
CAD widens to 2.4% on higher trade deficitThe Indian Express
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