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Why India

India - Global Destination

Advantage India

Globally, India is second fastest growing economy comparable to strong east-asian/ global economies India's consumer market will be the world's fifth largest (from twelfth) in the world by 2025.

In spite of the global financial crisis, companies from developed economies such as Germany have shown confidence in India's economic future and are interested in growing their business in the country.

Quick Facts


India has the fourth largest billionaire population in the world India's market for business intelligence platforms grew by 35.6 per cent in 2005-06, making it fastest growing in Asia. The Indian stocks would be the first to bounce back in the current global financial crisis. With the largest number of listed companies - 10,000 across 23 stock exchanges, India has the third largest investor base in the world.


Youngest Nation


India is among the world's youngest nations with a median age of 25 years as compared to 43 in Japan, 36 in USA and 33 in China. (0–14 years: 30.8%, 15–64 years, and 64.3%, 65+ years: 4.9%).

India is projected to stay the youngest with its working-age population estimated to rise to 70% of the total demographic by 2030 - the largest in the world.


Highest Returns on Foreign


Investments


Most Economical Human Capital Pool

Largest English speaking workforce.

Over 2.5 million graduates are added to the workforce every year, including 300,000 engineers and 150,000 IT professionals.

India provides most economical manufacturing workforce.

Economy Sector



Consistently sound performance of various segments is leading to a robust economy

Industry and services sector is providing the maximum thrust

Increasing Middle Class


Average household income in India is expected to triple in next 2 decades with projected CAGR of 5.3%

This is significantly more rapid than 3.6% growth in the past 20 years