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What are the current rates of the following in India _ • Unemployment • GDP per capita • EFW Index • Balance of trade

Economics - Financial Markets
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i dont know...sorry
I say GDP per capital

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i think its B but not sure.
you're going to need to access their trade commission department's website or through United Nations since this is a public information.
for unemployment, check the labor statistics
I can only help you with information on developed countries since the sort of information you required is something that shows up in The WSJ (The Wall Street Journal) or FT (Financial Times) like all the time when there's an update or projection report being announced.

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