India: A Macro-Economic Perspective

H1 2015 Round Up and 2015-16 Expectations

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The investment tracker provides a quarterly snapshot of the investment activity in India. It analyses investment activity on a quarter-on-quarter basis with respect to the number and value of projects. The data is segmented by different industries, regions, stages of implementation, types of ownership, and types of project type for deeper analysis and insights. Lastly, it provides information on big-ticket projects. The investment tracker is useful for business planning and decision-making by evaluating the industrial activity within their own industry as well as other allied industries in their value chain and larger ecosystem.

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India: A Macro-Economic PerspectiveIndia: A Macro-Economic PerspectiveIndian Economy: Key HighlightsLooking Forward…Overall Growth to Gain Momentum GraduallyPolicy Initiatives will Spur Manufacturing Growth EventuallyPrioritizing Infrastructure Development in IndiaService Sector Rebounded with New Business OrdersServices Sector has been the Growth Driver of the EconomyManufacturing and Capital Goods Sector Propelled the Industrial GrowthOverall Inflation Remains well AnchoredSlashed Policy Rates - Catalyst for Investment RevivalFiscal Deficit Narrows to 66.5% of the Estimate for 2015-16Tepid External Demand has led to Contracted TradeCurrent Account Deficit Widened During the June QuarterIndia Emerging as the Top FDI DestinationAppreciating Dollar drains India’s Forex ReservesNon-food credit has shrunk in H1India Moves Up In Ease of Doing Business Rankings2015-2016: Economic Outlook




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