India’s Macroeconomic Opportunities, 2030

India’s Macroeconomic Opportunities, 2030

Policy Impetus and Shifting Socioeconomic Trends to Incubate New Growth Opportunities across Green Energy, Digitalization, Manufacturing, Real Estate, and Healthcare

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Research Code: 9AE5-00-3E-00-00
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Over the previous decade, the Indian economy registered robust economic growth that resulted in lower poverty rates, strong consumption growth, and a sizeable middle class. Putting behind the economic fallout from slowing economic conditions and the COVID-19 pandemic in 2019 and 2020, respectively, the Indian economy is gradually returning to a sustained growth trajectory with an 8.2% growth forecast for 2021-22. As external headwinds to economic growth mount, will rapid digitalization, a revamped foreign trade policy, manufacturing support, and an infrastructure boost sustain high economic growth beyond 2022 or will geopolitical complexities and jobless growth undermine India’s consumption and investment growth over the medium term? Which new sectors and industries will emerge as the harbingers of growth, driven by policy impetus and shifting socioeconomic factors?

This economic piece weaves pivotal policy initiatives, the demographic transformation, socioeconomic shifts, and the changing global landscape into India’s 2030 growth story. It provides insight into the economy’s future growth potential, inflation risks, monetary policy movements, the labor market transformation, and trade policy objectives until 2030. It also highlights internal and external challenges inimical to sustained economic performance, including high external fuel dependence, rising external debt, and climate change.

A key feature of this piece is the analysis of policy priorities to identify the industries poised for rapid innovation and growth. By providing a comprehensive overview of policy incentives and targets, this research service offers insight into investment opportunities in green energy, manufacturing, digitalization, infrastructure, and logistics. Besides policy priorities, insight into India’s sociodemographic transition is provided, including population composition, urbanization, consumption patterns, and the future of work (the growing gig economy is also covered). The research service also discusses high-growth sectors, including growth in affordable real estate, luxury market trade, healthcare, and tourism, based on the confluence of demographic, social, and economic transition over the next 8 years.

Through a comprehensive analysis of policy priorities, the macroeconomic outlook, and socioeconomic trends until 2030, Frost & Sullivan details the economic growth opportunities for diverse stakeholders (including businesses, investors, and policymakers), even as both India and the global economy face increased uncertainties due to the Russo-Ukrainian war. This study defines the context of these opportunities and the call to action for companies that should be leveraged to drive growth. Similarly, it identifies and elaborates on the top strategic imperatives for businesses, which will be the key to ensuring growth during these rapidly transformative times.

Key Issues Addressed

  • Will India be a $5 trillion economy by 2030?
  • What is the medium-term inflation and monetary policy outlook for the country?
  • What is India’s labor market outlook until 2030?
  • What is the trade and foreign policy outlook for the country until 2030?
  • What are some of the key challenges that can pose downside risks to sustainable economic growth over the medium term?
  • Which growth opportunities will emerge from the policy focus on green energy, manufacturing, logistics, and infrastructure?
  • How will sociodemographic factors, including population composition, urbanization, consumption, and occupation, evolve over the medium term?
  • Which growth opportunities will emerge from the confluence of social, demographic, and economic factors?

Table of Contents

Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the Indian Economy

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

India’s Economic Environment—An Overview

Key Economic Metrics

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

GDP Growth Outlook

Inflation and Monetary Policy Outlook

Labor Market Trends

Trade Outlook

Key Economic Risks, 2030

Green Energy and Mobility

ICT Services and Digital Platforms

Infrastructure, Logistics, and Manufacturing

Infrastructure, Logistics, and Manufacturing (continued)

Privatization and FDI

Impact Analysis—Policy Initiatives and Economic Growth, 2030

Impact Analysis—Policy Initiatives and Economic Growth, 2030 (continued)

Demographic Transition

Consumption Trends

Urbanization and Mega Cities

The Future of Work

Real Estate

Tourism

Healthcare

Luxury Market

Consumer Durables

Overall Growth Potential of Industry-specific Growth Areas

Growth Opportunity 1—2070 Carbon Neutrality Targets and Energy Price Shocks to Accelerate the Green Energy Transition

Growth Opportunity 1—2070 Carbon Neutrality Targets and Energy Price Shocks to Accelerate the Green Energy Transition (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2—Production Incentives and Proposed Free Trade Deals to Drive Local Manufacturing

Growth Opportunity 2—Production Incentives and Proposed Free Trade Deals to Drive Local Manufacturing (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3—Universal Internet Access Push to Spur Growth of the Digital Economy

Growth Opportunity 3—Universal Internet Access Push to Spur Growth of the Digital Economy (continued)

Growth Opportunity 4—Demographic Transition and Rising Disposable Incomes to Increase the Demand for Real Estate

Growth Opportunity 4—Demographic Transition and Rising Disposable Incomes to Increase the Demand for Real Estate (continued)

Growth Opportunity 5—Rising Disposable Incomes and Improved Connectivity to Drive Tourism Revenues

Growth Opportunity 5—Rising Disposable Incomes and Improved Connectivity to Drive Tourism Revenues (continued)

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Over the previous decade, the Indian economy registered robust economic growth that resulted in lower poverty rates, strong consumption growth, and a sizeable middle class. Putting behind the economic fallout from slowing economic conditions and the COVID-19 pandemic in 2019 and 2020, respectively, the Indian economy is gradually returning to a sustained growth trajectory with an 8.2% growth forecast for 2021-22. As external headwinds to economic growth mount, will rapid digitalization, a revamped foreign trade policy, manufacturing support, and an infrastructure boost sustain high economic growth beyond 2022 or will geopolitical complexities and jobless growth undermine India’s consumption and investment growth over the medium term Which new sectors and industries will emerge as the harbingers of growth, driven by policy impetus and shifting socioeconomic factors This economic piece weaves pivotal policy initiatives, the demographic transformation, socioeconomic shifts, and the changing global landscape into India’s 2030 growth story. It provides insight into the economy’s future growth potential, inflation risks, monetary policy movements, the labor market transformation, and trade policy objectives until 2030. It also highlights internal and external challenges inimical to sustained economic performance, including high external fuel dependence, rising external debt, and climate change. A key feature of this piece is the analysis of policy priorities to identify the industries poised for rapid innovation and growth. By providing a comprehensive overview of policy incentives and targets, this research service offers insight into investment opportunities in green energy, manufacturing, digitalization, infrastructure, and logistics. Besides policy priorities, insight into India’s sociodemographic transition is provided, including population composition, urbanization, consumption patterns, and the future of work (the growing gig economy is also covered). The research service also discusses high-growth sectors, including growth in affordable real estate, luxury market trade, healthcare, and tourism, based on the confluence of demographic, social, and economic transition over the next 8 years. Through a comprehensive analysis of policy priorities, the macroeconomic outlook, and socioeconomic trends until 2030, Frost & Sullivan details the economic growth opportunities for diverse stakeholders (including businesses, investors, and policymakers), even as both India and the global economy face increased uncertainties due to the Russo-Ukrainian war. This study defines the context of these opportunities and the call to action for companies that should be leveraged to drive growth. Similarly, it identifies and elaborates on the top strategic imperatives for businesses, which will be the key to ensuring growth during these rapidly transformative times.--BEGIN PROMO--

Key Issues Addressed

  • Will India be a $5 trillion economy by 2030
  • What is the medium-term inflation and monetary policy outlook for the country
  • What is India’s labor market outlook until 2030
  • What is the trade and foreign policy outlook for the country until 2030
  • What are some of the key challenges that can pose downside risks to sustainable economic growth over the medium term
  • Which growth opportunities will emerge from the policy focus on green energy, manufacturing, logistics, and infrastructure
  • How will sociodemographic factors, including population composition, urbanization, consumption, and occupation, evolve over the medium term
  • Which growth opportunities will emerge from the confluence of social, demographic, and economic factors
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Author Sailee Sakhardande
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