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NEW DELHI: Violence cost the Indian economy a whopping $1.19 trillion (over Rs 80 lakh crore) in 2017 in constant purchasing power parity (PPP) terms, according to a report prepared by the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP) based on an analysis of 163 countries and territories.

The amount sums up to roughly $595.4 per person.

Given that India’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) currently stands at $2.264 trillion, it can be implied that the impact of violence caused India to miss the landmark of becoming a $3.5 trillion economy.

The condition in India is not an aberration though. The report says global economic impact of violence increased by 2.1 per cent from 2016 to 2017. Since 2012, it has increased 16% – with the 2017 bill of violence totaling $14.76 trillion. The highest impact in absolute terms was in the US, at $2.67 trillion.

India missed out on becoming a $3.5 trillion economy last year. Here’s why

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India missed out on becoming a $3.5 trillion economy last year. Here's why

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However, India’s ranking is pretty much in the pits at 136 among 163 countries, below Iran. The 2017 ranking is a notch higher than that of 2016, when India was pegged at 137.

Read: World’s peace declines, but India becomes slightly more peaceful

Updated: June 11, 2018 — 6:54 pm

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