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India is now the world’s 5th largest economy

India's GDP has risen quickly in the past 25 years, leapfrogging France and the UK by some economic measures. Image: REUTERS/Vivek Prakash

Joe Myers

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In 9 years, India has moved from 9th place to 5th place on the ranking of world economies. Image: World Economic Forum
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