CRISIL Reports say India’s GDP Can drop to Zero

CRISIL Reports say India’s GDP Can drop to Zero According to the statistics of May by CRISIL, if…

CRISIL Reports say India’s GDP Can drop to Zero

According to the statistics of May by CRISIL, if the lockdown elongates further, India’s GDP (Gross Domestic Product) growth will likely be taken to even zero. CRISIL also conceded the feasibility of a worldwide depression because of the deep diminution in cultivated countries.CRISIL Reports say India’s GDP Can drop to Zero.

Their analysis said, “Risks to our India forecast are tilted to the downside, the manifestation of which could take GDP growth to zero”.

A CRISIL Research reveals that over 40,000 business firms with an employee cost of Rs.12 lakh crore stipulate that about 52 per cent of the employee cost in induced by companies in sectors that will see a substance escalation in strain in case of a prolonged lockdown.

The stagnation due to COVID-19 might be the most excruciating since World War II. Although China is sighted enlarging at 6.9% in 2021. The World Bank’s report states, “stringent measures to restrict the spread of the virus, which heavily curtail activity, will contribute the contraction”.

According to the World Bank, India’s economy in the present financial year is anticipated to decline by 3.2%, disparaged from its earlier foresee of 5.8% constructive development.

Previously, on 22 nd May, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor, Shaktikanta Das stated, “Overall the GDP growth in 2020-21 is estimated to remain in negative territory.” Rating agencies such as Fitch, CRISIL and S&P have gauged a 5% depression for the Indian economy.

The United States of America is the most affected country and is estimating a 6.1% decline.

David Malpass, President, the World Bank Group said, “The COVID-19 pandemic and the economic shutdown in advanced economies and other parts of the globe have disrupted billions of lives and are jeopardizing decades of development progress.

Our baseline forecast envisions the deepest global recession since World War II”. Although the report also propounds that the ongoing recession is predicted to persist for a year and the GDP rate is expected to change to positive in 2021. CRISIL Reports say India’s GDP Can drop to Zero.


CRISIL stands for Credit Rating Information Services of India Limited. It is the first credit rating agency in India and was established in 1987. CRISIL is a systematic and acute company imparting ratings, research and risk & policy consultative services.

CRISIL was stimulated by ICICI and UTI with share capital by SBI, LIC and United India Insurance Company. It is also a derivative of the American company S&P Global.

The Chairman of CRISIL is John L. Berisford and the MD and CEO is Ashu Suyash. CRISIL accomplished the accession of Greenwich Associates LLC, a contributor of proprietary benchmarking data, analytics and qualitative intuition to financial services firms. Its net income as of December 31, 2019, was Rs 1,731.7 crore.

CRISIL About India’s Automotive Industry

CRISIL in its research said that inclusive sales capacity of the automotive industry might descend to multi-year lows.

The Indian automotive industry is posed to on-look an additional year of double-digit sales contraction in 2021 due to the expanded lockdown. The automakers already encountered problematic times and now diminished demand margin due to the worsened pandemic.

CRISIL analysts said that the passenger vehicles and commercial vehicle fractions are most feasibly to face the impact of the plunging demand. This has also suppressed consumer belief due to unemployment and pay-cut distress.

The Director of CRISIL, Hetal Gandhi said, “Automobile sales are running out of the steam as urban income sentiment wilts under the pandemic.

We assessed 26000 companies that have a total employee cost of Rs 7 lakh crore. It indicates that over 60 per cent of this cost resides in companies that are expected to see a sharp reduction in revenue growth, and where employees are a meaningful cost head. This expected to lead to a higher risk of job losses and pay cuts”.

The drop in the sale of tractors and two-wheelers might not be as extreme when compared. CRISIL analysts expect a revival in passenger and commercial vehicle’s fraction.


Namrata Samtani, Leading Author at EarthlySpeaks.

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