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19 September 2021
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Covid-19 Impact: Household debt seems to have doubled in 2021 from 2018 levels, says SBI report

Financial Express

15/09/2021 - 05:51

Household debt as a percentage of GDP has declined to 34% in Q1FY22 with the commensurate rise in GDP in Q1, though it has increased in absolute terms.


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