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10 Reasons Why to Invest in India ?
  • As per Goldman Sachs report, by 2050 India is expected to jump from its present 12th position to 3rd rank after China & US & projected GDP would be at 28 trillion dollars
  • As per October 2009 report by International Monetary Fund (IMF), India's GDP growth for 2010 is predicted at 7% , next only to China's growth of 9.2% making it the second fastest growing economy in the world.
  • As per World Bank report, remittances of Global Indians were $ 28 billion & in 2009 they remitted approx $ 43 billion a clear indication of the faith they have in Indian economy.
  • As per World Bank report, remittances of Global Indians were $ 28 billion & in 2009 they remitted approx $ 43 billion a clear indication of the faith they have in Indian economy.
  • Financial Institutional Investors invested US$ 3.2 billion in 2007, US$ 20.3 billion in 2008 & in 2009 approx US$ 17 billion as they didn't want to miss the India growth story.
  • FDI's have invested US$ 25.1 billion in 2007, US$ 46.5 in 2008 & in 2009 FDI invested US$ 10.5 billion from April- July 2009 & continue to invest more.
  • India has about 52% of the population in the working age group (15-64) & this advantage is expected to be there for 2050 as well.
  • Every year India adds skilled professionals 1 lakh IT professionals, 7 lakh engineering students, 5 lakh doctors etc & by 2010 India is expected to have 300 million English speakers.
  • The per capita income has also doubled in the last 7 years & has increased from Rs 18,885 in 2002-03 to Rs 38,084 in 1008-09, thereby providing more economic growth.
  • Our savings rate is a very healthy 30-32%, which provides boost to the Indian economy, as more money is available for consumption.
  • There are still various sectors where are yet undeveloped but have a huge potential for more Foreign Direct Investment viz Power, Telecommunications, Ports, Urban Infrastructure, Roads, Healthcare, Retail, and Insurance Industry etc. Opening up of these sectors will fuel more development.
Sources: McKinsey Global Institute, Central Statistical Organization Data, India Brand Equity Foundation (�IBEF�) and Evalueserve.com Pvt. Ltd, (Prof. David Crystal, Cambridge Encyclopedia of the English Language), World Bank report, International Monetary Fund, Goldman Sachs report.
Major Countries- GDP Growth Rates
Source : IMF Report : World Economic Outlook, July 2010,
Major Central Banks - Interest Rates
Source : http://www.fxstreet.com/fundamental/interest-rates-table/
Some other reasons
  • Need to keep links alive with their motherland
  • Familiarity with Instruments in India.
  • Maintaining a secure financial asset base in India.
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