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The data refers to Gross State Domestic Product at Constant Prices. Gross State Domestic Product is defined as a measure, in monetary terms, of the volume of all goods and services produced within the boundaries of State during a given period of time, accounted without duplication.
The data describes the State level Gross State Domestic Product at Current Prices. Gross State Domestic Product is defined as a measure, in monetary terms, of the volume of all goods and services produced within the boundaries of State during a given period of time, accounted without duplication.
The data refers to India's External Debt Outstanding. It gives details regarding item-wise External debt which includes Outstanding Debt with respect to Multilateral Trade, Bilateral Trade, IMF, Export Credit, Rupee Debt, Commercial Borrowings and others.
The data refers to Net State Domestic Product at Constant Prices. The estimate of net state domestic product is arrived at by deducting the consumption of fixed capital from the gross state domestic product for each sector.
The data refers to Net State Domestic Product at Current Prices. The estimate of net state domestic product is arrived at by deducting the consumption of fixed capital from the gross state domestic product for each sector.
The data refers to the Overall External Assistance. It shows the year-wise Authorization and Utilization of Loans and Grants in India.
The data refers to the Overall Financing Pattern of the Public Sector Plan outlay for Centre, States and Union Territories. It gives item-wise details of plan resources during the plan period.
The data refers to the Plan Outlay by Heads of Development to Centre, States and Union Territories of India. It gives details of Heads of Development-Wise Outlay (amount and percentage share in total distribution) for various years (Plan-wise).
The data refers to the Authorization of External Assistance by Source. It gives details of the Country-wise distribution (including International Institutions) and Type of Assistance.
The trade balance is the difference between the monetary value of exports and imports of output in an economy, it is one of the most important macroeconomic parameter. Data contains Exports, Imports and Trade Balance of India (in Rs Crore and Us $ Million) from 1949-50. It also contains the percentage rate of change of exports as well as imports with respect to the previous year. The data has been provided by Department of Economic Affairs.

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