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The Indian economy is the seventh-largest in the world. It has marked its presence as one of the fastest growing economies and classifies as a newly industrialized country. The long-term growth prospects of the Indian economy is diverse due to its young population, corresponding low dependency ratio, and increasing integration into the global economy. India provides a significant edge to cost competitiveness and low labor costs. Moreover, India’s labor force has a strong knowledge base with a significant English-speaking population, making it a top destination for multinational corporations that are looking to expand their overseas operations for market and talent. The country supports people from different cultures and backgrounds; serving as a beneficial platform for investors across the region. The country’s Foreign Direct Investment has increased over the past years, creating new job demands; as investors build new companies in the target country thus create new opportunities. These opportunities lead to an increase in income and more buying power to the population, which in turn leads to an economic boost.

India’s steady economic liberalization and its embrace of the global economy have been critical factors in attracting investors under this dynamic hub. The government has opened up multi-brand retail and civil aviation markets to attract investors respectively, and with more reforms expected in insurance and pension sectors, India continues to offer compelling opportunities to the global investment community.


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