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Ting” At present the actress who co-owns IPL team Kings XI Punjab along with ex-boyfriend Ness Wadia is busy supporting her team in IPL matches Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by P Raghavan | Published: June 4 2010 1:50 am Related News The 74 per cent GDP growth in 2009-10in the revised estimates brought out by the Central Statistical Organisationis remarkable and shows the resilience of the economy which was hit by the worst crisis since 1972 But the real challenge now is to sustain the momentumas the recovery is likely to be constrained by a number of factors including the skewed structure of growthand sagging private consumption and investmentswhich can only be reversed using more nuanced fiscal and monetary policies The skewed pattern of the recovery is evident from the slowdown in growth in both agriculture and services sectorsleaving only industry to provide most of the traction for the pick up While agriculture growth slipped by 14 percentage points to 02 per cent in 2009-10the growth in services also decelerated by 13 percentage points to 85 per cent Consequently the contribution of agriculture to the overall GDP growth slipped from 37 per cent to 04 per centthat of services dipped from 818 per cent to 653 per cent So most of the recovery in GDP growth was contributed by industrywhere the rate more than doubled from 39 per cent to 93 per cent and pushed up its contribution to overall GDP growth from 165 per cent to 311 per cent Such a skewed recovery has serious implicationsas it will be difficult for industry to indefinitely sustain the current growth momentum if the other two sectorsand especially servicescontinue to flounder This is becausethough the prospects of a recovery in agriculture in 2010-11 remain quite optimistic given the monsoon prospectsthe same cannot be said of the services sector which now accounts for a large 57 per cent of the GDP This is because only one of the three sub segments of the services sector namely tradehotelstransport and communications has posted a strong recovery With both communications and transport continuing to grow at a healthy pace in the first two months of the current fiscal yearas indicated by the growth in telecomroad and air transportit is likely that this segment will sustain positive trends in 2010-11 But the prospects are not equally optimistic in the case of the other two segments of the service sector Growth of financinginsurancereal estate and business services the second biggest component of the services sector has now steadily decelerated for three consecutive years by around a third to 97 per cent in 2009-10 An immediate reversal of trends in this sector is unlikely for a number of reasons including the growing NPAs in the banking sector and the uncertainties in the insurance and the BPO sectors The scenario is equally pessimistic in the case of the third segment of the services sectornamely communitypersonal and social services where growth rates has slipped by more than half to 56 per cent in 2009-10 after the dissipation of the impact of the surge in salaries after the implementation of the pay commission award And apart from the skewed pattern of growththe momentum of the recovery is also threatened by the recent trends in consumption and investments The numbers show that the overall demand in the economy has been mainly propped up by the consumption spending of the government and that private consumption demandthe main contributor to overall demand in the economyhas now suddenly sagged despite the recovery in growth Share of consumption demandwhich was close to 60 per cent of the GDP in the middle of the decadehad slowly slipped to 577 per cent in 2008-09 and it has now dipped further to 573 per cent in the most recent year This dip in consumption demand was however compensated by the increase in government consumption expendituremainly by running higher revenue deficits with both the Centre and the states diluting the targets of the Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Act to fund the stimulus packages Consequently the share of government consumption expenditure in GDPwhich was slowly reduced from 11 per cent of the GDP at market prices in 2004-05 to 104 per cent in 2007-08has now once again bloated to 123 per cent over the last two years and bolstered the overall consumption demand in the economy to aid the the recovery But with the Centre and the states now once again reverting to cutting down of the revenue deficits to improve the fiscal managementit will be now difficult to further bolster the consumption demand of the government And boosting private consumption to sustain the recovery in a scenario of high interest rates andinflation is rather challengingto say the least Adding to the problems on the consumption side are the shrinking levels of investments Numbers on the gross fixed capital formationwhich mainly accounts for investments made in landbuilding and equipmentswhich has been stable during the initial period of the slowdown has suddenly dipped from 33 per cent of the GDP in 2008-09 to 324 per cent of the GDP in 2009-10the first dip over the last six years Earlier trends indicate that this sudden fall in gross fixed capital formation is likely to have been due to the fall in the private corporate sector where the flow has ebbed even when public sector and households investments have remained buoyant While the improvement in corporate profitability in 2009-10 would hopefully help to at least partially reverse this trend in 2010-11a more proactive policy could also help boost the investment prospects Reports indicate that a number of large investment projects have been delayed by slow environment and forest clearances A positive intervention by the government to expedite these clearance and improved availability of funds at reasonable rates of interest credit would go a long way in reversing the fall in investments and sustaining the current recovery The writer is a senior editor at The Financial Express praghavan@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News an All India Radio (AIR) reporter has grown up in Delhi. 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