The International Monetary Fund raised growth forecast for India by more than half a percentage point after the recent pessimistic scene in October when it pegged growth less than 4%, where improved exports supported today's raised estimates. Moreover, the IMF anticipates an annual growth pace for India to 4.4% in 2013-14 from its previous 3.80% pace, adding that growth in India picked up after a favorable monsoon season and higher exports growth. Furthermore, the International Monetary Fund sees growth will rise to 5.4% in 2014-15, which I slower that the respective 6.2% and 7.1% recovery forecast by its Bretton Woods Twin, the World Bank .
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