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Trade fair concludes

New Delhi: Asia's largest business meet, the India International Trade Fair (IITF), concluded with a glittering ceremony in New Delhi on Thursday. Vijai Kapoor, Lieutenant Governor of Delhi, who presided over the ceremony, said the fair was a complete success as the current feel-good factor dominating the Indian economy had translated into good business. "This trade fair has taken place at a very important time of economic development. India as you know is in a race of a rapid economic change. We are expecting a 7.5 per cent GDP growth rate this year. And there is a feel good factor in the country and there is prosperity in the rural areas which is creating demand for urban industrial products and I think the economy is going forward in a harmomised manner. Low inflation, low interest rates, a stable rupee and I think these are all good factors," he said.

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