IMF's Rajan says 10% growth feasible in India

The International Monetary Fund's chief economist said on Wednesday 19 April that India's medium-term goal of growing its economy 10 percent a year is realistic if it can boost infrastructure and job creation.

In an interview with Reuters before the IMF's spring meeting, Raghuram Rajan said India excelled at high-skilled industries but needed to work on developing more labor-intensive sectors and also the infrastructure needed to accommodate them.

"I think it's feasible, very feasible to see 10