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Fiscal Problem in West Bengal

The fiscal picture in West Bengal is characterised by a high debt-gross state domestic product ratio (the second highest in the country among the non-special category states) and a low own tax revenue-GSDP ratio (the lowest in the country). This paper attempts to understand the reasons for these twin features which underlie the fiscal stress in the state.

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