Weekly Current Affairs (29 August to 03 September 2022)

Weekly Current Affairs (29 August to 03 September 2022)

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Category : Business and economics Published on: September 04 2022

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  1. AirAsia India becomes the first airline in India to use AI-powered CAE Rise Training System
  2. India overtakes China and UK to become world’s 10th largest life insurer as per survey of Brand Finance Insurance 100 2021
  3. Mukesh Ambani announces the setting up of India's first and the world's largest carbon fiber plant at Hazira, Gujarat
  4. India's GDP grew by 13.5 percent in the first quarter (April-June) of the current financial year, according to the data released by NSO
  5. SBI trims GDP growth forecast to 6.8% for FY23
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