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Expert panel suggests ways to meet target

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NEW DELHI, June 23 - Think tank NITI Aayog on Sunday said that expert panel for macroeconomics and employment came out with suggestions to achieve $5-trillion economy target during an interaction with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The Prime Minister on Saturday had an interaction with economists and industry experts on India�s current economic situation.

�Expert committee for Macroeconomics & Employment presented their suggestions to PM @narendramodi for achieving the $5 Trillion economy target. Improvement of governance in PSU banks, enhancing growth rate of exports & employment generation were some of the key areas identified,� the Aayog said in a tweet.

During the interactive session, ahead of the presentation of the Union Budget next month, all participants made a case for �single minded pursuit� to achieve growth, according to sources. � PTI

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Expert panel suggests ways to meet target

NEW DELHI, June 23 - Think tank NITI Aayog on Sunday said that expert panel for macroeconomics and employment came out with suggestions to achieve $5-trillion economy target during an interaction with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The Prime Minister on Saturday had an interaction with economists and industry experts on India�s current economic situation.

�Expert committee for Macroeconomics & Employment presented their suggestions to PM @narendramodi for achieving the $5 Trillion economy target. Improvement of governance in PSU banks, enhancing growth rate of exports & employment generation were some of the key areas identified,� the Aayog said in a tweet.

During the interactive session, ahead of the presentation of the Union Budget next month, all participants made a case for �single minded pursuit� to achieve growth, according to sources. � PTI