Indian economic growth not affected much by Omicron: official By Reuters



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NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Omicron’s coronavirus wave is unlikely to have much of an impact on India’s economic growth, no more than 5 to 10 basis points, a senior government official said on Thursday.

“India is much better prepared to deal with the new wave of coronavirus,” Anurag Jain, secretary of the department for the promotion of industry and domestic trade, told reporters.

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