Since the government of India changed the GDP calculation method from WPI to CPI and according to government GDP is increasing than it was before. But the government is comparing the new GDP(with CPI) with old GDP(with WPI). This doesn't seem to be fair.

So, my question is can someone calculate the GDP of the year 2010-2014 on CPI and give us a clear idea rather than a report which doesn't seem to be valid.

Currently, it seems like comparing Mango flavour with banana.


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