Finance Minister P. Chidambaram said Monday the government will fine-tune economic policies to meet investor and other stakeholders' expectations.
"Our policies have to be modified or fine-tuned in order to meet the expectations of different stakeholders," Chidambaram said at a media briefing.
The finance minister said he was confident that India will get back to a path of high economic growth.
"I am confident that we will prevail and we will return to the path of high growth."
He said the country faced similar economic problems in 1991, 1997 and 2008, and overcame them successfully.
"It is widely acknowledged that today the Indian economy is stronger and better prepared to face the challenges. Moderate growth in two out of eight years should not dent our confidence," said Chidambaram.