With inflation seemingly under control, this week India's central bank cut interest rates 25 bps. Manufacturing has slowed, perhaps a result of dislocations caused by the GST and currency reform. Is India, which will surpass the US and become the world's second largest economy mid-century, about to enter a sustained period of slower growth? Finally, is India pursuing a two-track policy with China, with trade on the front burner and border disputes simmering on the back burner? What could go wrong, and what could go right with Modi's innovative economic reforms? We've asked EconVue experts to weigh in.