The country’s growth story remains intact. The Bull Run lasts longer this time. It’s never too late to plunge into the Indian Economy for the domestic as well as foreign investors and mint money for years to come. Read on to find out why.
The growth story of India has reshaped the nation in more ways than one. India’s diversity and its growth covering IT, railways, agriculture, power, banking, real estate, engineering, mining, oil and gas, FMCG, automobile, healthcare, and many other sectors aren’t clandestine anymore. For an economy, consistently growing over 8% annually, requirement of capital inflows never dies out.
Money Flow in the past has been very good; however, utilization of such flows efficiently without trickling inflation higher has been the key challenge for the Indian economy. The world is also aware about the state of corruption and the disparity in per capita standards. But these many flows never seem to stop. Even when the world was witnessing wildest financial storms, majorly the West, the recent recession spread its wings and even disturbed the pace of growth in fast emerging markets such as Brazil, China and India, the key worries in these regions were an aftermath of uncontrollably high rates of rising inflation.
Economic woes continue to surround the world as this time; debt problems across US and Europe are posing major threats for another global economic collapse. Amid this sort of financial environment, domestic demand driven economies such as India will remain the beneficiaries as the money flow start exiting the developed (rather the ageing) world.
India’s incredible growth has an upbeat impact on smaller townships and cities. India’s IT offshore model has become one of the most disruptive forces in technology, and several smaller towns such as Nagpur and Gandhinagar are emerging as new IT centers.
India’s gas production is set to triple over the next 4-5 years with the expected commercialization of a number of new gas fields.
Over the next 5 years, India is expected to add 78 GW (gigawatt) of new generation capacity, more than thrice the capacity added in the preceding years.
India is one of the world’s most rapidly growing passenger car consumer, and an up-and-coming export center for small cars.
Above and beyond, the Indian telecommunication market is again one of the largest in the world, but the growth has been quicker in smaller towns in comparison to the metropolitan cities.
All this adds up to a distinctive India growth story. India is actually not simple. But the investor has to appreciate the complexity of the country.
Over the next couple of years, the thus far underdeveloped eastern states will come into view as the next great growth story due to huge investments in automobile manufacturing and minerals and metals production. Over the next decade, the whole eastern region should surface out as the most talked about financially viable force.
All this suggests that India is on a strong wicket, and there’s no justified reason for the investors to worry about. With the macro-economic factors liable to demonstrate a key progress over the coming years, many more investing prospects will arise to astonish the spectators.
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