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India

The impressive performance of India’s economy since liberalization of the economy got under way in 1991 – and especially since 2005 – has been much talked about. Along with China, India has become one of the fastest-growing econ - omies in the world, strong enough to withstand the brunt of the global recession since 2008. If growth in GDP dipped from 9.4% in 2007 to 5.7% in 2009, it was expected to climb back to 8.8% in 2010 (IMF, 2010). A number of studies have identified technological development as one of the drivers of India’s strong economic growth. The country’s science system has undergone perceptible changes over the past five years or so:

Sustainable Development Goals:
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