Executive Insights on South Asia—Rising India in Focus

India Shining—Exploring Trends and Emerging Opportunities

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This market insight expands on the points of a Web briefing and covers additional topics. It is supplemented by an Excel sheet with key macroeconomic data pertaining to India for a better understanding of trends and growth opportunities. It includes an overview of growth, foreign direct investment, and the business environment in South Asia; a political, economic, and social snapshot of India; analysis of India’s start-up revolution; coverage of the government’s Make in India, Digital India, and Smart Cities Mission programs; and a look at infrastructure development and the automotive, pharmaceutical, civil aviation, and energy industries.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
2. South Asia—A Macroeconomic Outlook
South Asia Leads Global Growth
Analysis of FDI Inflows
An Improving Business Environment
3. India in Focus
Country Snapshot
Political Trends
The Start-up Revolution
Digital India
Smart Cities Mission
Make in India
Infrastructure Development to Spur Manufacturing
Automotive Industry
Pharmaceutical Industry
Civil Aviation Industry
Energy Industry
4. Conclusion
India 2016 Outlook
Key Predictions


List of Figures & Charts

1. Real GDP Growth, South Asian Countries, 2012, 2015, and 2020
2. FDI Inflow CAGR, Global, 2010-2014
3. Top 3 Recipients of FDI Inflows in South Asia, 2014
4. Countries with Highest Number of Tech Start-ups, Global, 2014
5. Automotive Production, India, 2014/15 and 2025/26


1. Real GDP Growth, Select Regions and Blocs, 2012–2020
2. Share of Economies That Made At Least 1 Reform to Make Business Easier to Do & Average Number of Reforms Per Economy, Global, 2014–15
3. Real GDP Growth and Inflation, India, 2012/13 to 2020/21

Indicators

Selected Economic Indicators, India, 2010/11–2020/21
1. GDP
2. GDP Growth (at constant prices)
3. Final Consumption Expenditure
4. Private Consumption Expenditure
5. Government Consumption Expenditure
6. Gross Fixed Capital Formation
7. Exports of Goods and Services
8. Imports of Goods and Services
9. Value Added by Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing
10. Value Added by Mining & Quarrying
11. Value Added by Manufacturing
12. Value Added by Construction
13. Value Added by Electricity, Gas, Water Supply & Other Utility Services
14. Value Added by Trade, Repair, Hotels, and Restaurants
15. Value Added by Transport, Storage, Communication & Services Related to Broadcasting
16. Value Added by Other Activities
17. Total Value Added
18. Agriculture, Value Added
19. Industry, Value Added
20. Service, Value Added
21. Government Debt (% of GDP)
22. Inflation, Average Consumer Prices
23. Foreign Direct Investment Inflow
24. Exchange Rate
25. Population
26. Urbanization Rate
27. Oil Production



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