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Both the over-optimism among politicians and the excessive pessimism among business and industry can be bad for economic recovery We need a realistic balance between the two if we are to get a reasonably quick as well as a sustained recovery Two projections for 2012-13 from the economic survey encapsulate the negative story One is the current account deficitat 48 per cent of the GDPand the other is the growth rate of gross domestic product at constant market prices (GDPmp)at 33 per cent These are both unprecedented and unsustainable numbers The growth projection of 5 per cent for GDP at factor cost (GDPfc)which shocked many observersis about 18 per cent point higher than the number for GDPmp We last had such a low growth rate for GDPmp during the balance of payments crises of 1991-92when it plummeted to 1 per cent The CAD of 48 per cent has no historical precedent; the worst historical CAD was 3 per cent of the GDP in 1990-91when the BoP crises started The high inflation ratebest captured by a five-year 9 per cent average rise in the implicit GDP deflator for private consumptionis another symptom of macro-economic imbalance Howeverit is still lower than the nine-year average of 99 per cent from 1990-91 to 1998-99following the BoP crisis Despite underlying imbalances that look as bad asor worse thanbefore the 1991 crisisthere has been no crisis this time The reason is the foreign exchangetrade and capital flow reforms of the 1990swhich have allowed the economy to adjust without getting into a full-fledged crisis But the underlying problems still need to be addressedespecially if they are to be prevented from being a drag on the economy or if they result in an even bigger BoP crisis a decade later Fortunatelybecause of the reforms of the 1990swe now have more time to address them The 1990-91 crisis showed that a combination of macro rebalancing and structural reform could correct the macro imbalances and put us on a higher growth path than that of the 1980s The former involved a classic expenditure (fiscal deficit) reduction cum expenditure switching policy of real depreciationwhich got us out of the 1990 BoP crises Intelligently adapted to current economic conditionsincluding a much more open economyit can still bring results The shlf1314n economy looks better from a medium-term global perspective shlf1314 is currently one of only seven countriesout of around 250in the world with an average per capita GDP growth rate of over 6 per cent in the decade leading up to 2012 The ratio of shlf1314s GDP growth to the growth of world GDP has shown virtually no change since 1994 In other wordsshlf1314 has maintained its growth performancerelative to the world economysince 1994even though in any given year it may have performed better or worse Similarlythe ratio of the shlf1314n economys growth rate to that of Chinas has been rising since 1994as Chinas growth slowedrelative to the world economy This trend rise in shlf1314s growth raterelative to Chinasis very modest From about 60 per cent of Chinas growth rate in 1994-1995it went to about 80 per cent in 2011-2012 From this global medium-term perspective2012 is a bad but not unprecedented setbackfrom which we can still recover if we take the necessary corrective steps over the next three years There is need for policyregulatory and institutional reforms Part of the extreme business pessimism stems from the fact that one of our most cherished beliefssince the 1991 reformshas lost its credibility When reforms slowed after the initial burst in 1990swe in the ministry of finance used to tell foreign investors that the pace of reforms and the sector preference may vary with every governmentbut no governmentincluding the Left Fronthad reversed any reform Gradually at firstthen more rapidlynegative practices of the old licence-permit-inspector raj have returnedin sectors or areas still under the control of the government Whether this happened inadvertently or deliberatelyit has affected both domestic and foreign investors in the real economy and is a factor in the investment collapse It needs to be corrected through regulatory and institutional reforms Dont be misled by the FIIs lack of concern on this scoreas short-term investors are quite happy to profit from the high interest ratescompared to the USEurope and Japanand finance the high CAD for now In conclusionthe shlf1314n economy is not doing as badly as investors in the real economy thinknor is it as good as many politicians and political advisors think The government must not abandon at the first sign of recovery its efforts to correct the imbalances and bottlenecks that have arisen The real economy investors must shed their pessimismas the government makes genuine efforts to restore growth and start investingso that the long-term growth trend is restored reasonably quickly The writer is non-resident senior fellowBrookingsand former chief economic advisorGovernment of shlf1314 [email protected] For all 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