India’s finance minister touts unlikely export growth in a world of uncertainty

India's Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, is positive about India selling more stuff to other countries, even though the world's economic situation is a bit uncertain.

She mentioned that India's exports are doing well, even though some parts of the world are not buying as much due to slow demand.

The budget plan for 2025 suggests that the government will spend more money on building things like roads and bridges.

India was expecting to make around $900 billion by selling things to other countries this year, which is more than last year. But there might be some problems because of issues in the Red Sea

The budget plan is careful about spending money wisely and making sure it helps the country grow.

The upcoming elections in India will likely focus on economic issues, with a goal of showing that the government has done a good job in making the country's economy better for everyone.

The budget plan is careful about spending money wisely and making sure it helps the country grow.

The government plans to spend more money on things like energy, renewable energy, semiconductors, and minerals.

India wants to become the third-largest economy globally by 2027, with a total economic value of $5 trillion.

An economic advisor thinks that India's economy will grow by 7% or more in 2024 and aims to become a developed country by 2047.

The full budget, which will give more details, will come after the elections, following the basic plan outlined in the interim budget.