A new report by the Brookings Institution says that, since India’s independence, its economy has experienced a dramatic growth spurt that has seen India’s gross domestic product (GDP) grow by more than a quarter.
The report, titled The Wall, describes India’s rapid economic growth in the last decade as a “crack in the foundations of Indian democracy.”
The report says the rise in India’s GDP is attributable to a dramatic shift in economic policies over the last 20 years, which saw the country move from a predominantly agricultural economy to a manufacturing economy, which is powered by massive investment.
India’s current economic growth rate is roughly 7 percent, and the Brookings report notes that the country’s GDP could reach 10 percent by 2030.
The study argues that India has not yet seen the kind of rapid economic expansion that could lead to a sustained, sustained, and sustainable shift to a “firm manufacturing economy.”
The Brookings report argues that, while India’s economy has benefited from a strong and stable political system, the country is not experiencing a level of growth that could allow it to achieve the “transformational” goal of a fully functional democracy, with the ability to create a sustainable democracy.
This means India is still far from being able to fulfill the “democratic aspirations” that were put forward by India’s founding fathers in their manifesto, the Constitution, according to the report.
India has also been slow to move into a “sustainable” economy, the Brookings notes, due to the country maintaining high poverty levels.
The report cites the fact that India’s current poverty rate is nearly 60 percent.
Despite the fact India has been able to achieve some of the goals set forth in the Constitution and the founding fathers manifesto, it has not been able at the moment to take advantage of the economic opportunities that it has.
The Brookings report points out that, due in part to India’s slow growth, there is a shortage of infrastructure and workers, and there is also a lack of good-quality jobs.
The Brookings also warns that India will not be able to implement the policies set out in the constitution, which include the promotion of social inclusion and the elimination of caste and ethnic discrimination.
The country’s economic growth has been hampered by several factors, including an increase in the cost of living, rising costs of education and healthcare, and rising prices for basic goods, including food, housing, and utilities.
The Indian government has been slow in addressing the economic challenges facing the country, the report notes.
According to the Brookings, India is now one of the lowest-performing countries in the world for GDP per capita and the lowest in terms of per capita income per head.