MUMBAI, April 26 (Reuters) - India's gross domestic product has topped $1 trillion, thanks to a strengthening rupee, making it the 12th country to achieve the milestone, Credit Suisse said on Thursday. "Indian GDP at the current price level is 41 trillion rupees. With the rupee appreciating to below 41 against the U.S. dollar, yesterday was the first day for the economy to be a trillion dollar economy," the Swiss investment firm said in a note. The rupee , which is trading around 40.76 ...
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