Phát âm chuẩn cùng VOA – Anh ngữ đặc biệt: Hopes Rise for Improved Indian Economy (VOA-Ec Rep)

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India is hoping its economy will improve in the weeks to come. Over the past two years, economic growth dropped to the lowest levels in recent years. Gurdet Singh grows crops on about 40 hectares of productive land in the northern state of Punjab. Mr. Singh says he plans to buy a new and bigger tractor to make his work easier. He also hopes to buy a car after he pays the loans for his farm equipment. Vishu Mathur is the head of the Society of Automobile Manufacturers of India. He says there is a weak demand in cities for passenger cars. But he says economic gains in rural areas could help car makers. This expression of hope in the automobile industry may be a sign that the worst could be over for the Indian economy. Experts believe the 2013 economy will show less than five percent growth when the financial year ends in March. Rafique Ahmad is head of the Federation of Indian Export Organizations. He says exports are growing because of the devalued rupee and better economic conditions worldwide. Indian’s money, the rupee, lost more than 20 percent of its value compared to the United States dollar last year. The Indian economy is widely expected to grow, yet economists say it is unlikely to reach the nine percent growth seen just three years ago. Finance Minister P. Chambaram has said the economy will expand at a rate of more than six percent in 2014. Economists say trust among investors—both in India and in other countries—must return before the Indian economy can improve. Many investors are waiting to see who will lead India after national elections, to be held by May.

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