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Why Choose India for Business ? 

Economy with a Boost: - India is one of the world's fastest-growing economies
  • As per the recent study of IMF in year 2020 Despite of fighting with COVID-2020 India is ranked 20th at the Growing Real GDP Chart of the World and will keep the Real GSP growth at 1.9 % where the Developed and major developed countries shall record a negative real GDP growth rate Thus India shall remain to be one of the fastest growing leading economies in the world. CHANGYONG RHEE, Director, Asia and Pacific Department, IMF said Despite the short-term economic slowdown, the government implemented a nationwide lockdown and we support this India’s proactive decision.
  • In the Latest Quarterly Fact Sheet for December 2019 released by the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion, Government of Indian, the FDI inflows trend to have been increasing since 2015-16. The latest data shows inflow of FDI in Three quarters of FY. 19-20 to be $ 36769 Million, and it has grown by 10% over the last year and India Observed a herculean 48% growth in FDI equity inflows after MAKE in India.
  • The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) has anticipated India was among the top 10 recipients of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in 2019, and estimates that India will attracting $49 billion in inflows, a 16% increase from the previous year, driving the FDI growth in South Asia.
Young Skilled Workforce: India has largest youth population in the world
India has its largest ever adolescent and youth population. According to UNFPA projections, India will continue to have one of the youngest populations in the world till 2030. India is experiencing a demographic window of opportunity, a “youth bulge” that will last till 2025. As countries such as India develop economically, a larger share of the young population begins to attend schools and colleges. This is both due to the efforts made by governments to promote schooling and college education as well as a growing awareness among individuals and families that education improves one’s life chances. The British Council India has estimated that India would havethe largest supplier of university graduates in the world by 2020. The total number of Industrial Training Centres (ITIs) increased by 12% from 11964 in 2014 to 14939 in 2018-19. The trainee enrolment has increased by 37% from 16.90 Lakh to 23.08 Lakh during the period. Under the Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana ({PMKVY) (1.0 & 2.0) in 2015 program about 87 Lakhs youth have been trained till date. Out of the 812 Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Kendraallocated, 681 centres had been established and target to train over 18 Lakh candidates under PMKVY scheme was allotted out of which training has been imparted to 9,89,936 candidates, 8,85,822 Assessed, 7,40,146 certified and 4,35,022 candidates have been placed successfully. 501 centres had been inaugurated by Hon’ble Members of Parliament for the respective parliamentary constituency and/or other representatives for their respective constituency. All India Management Association & The Boston Consulting Group have stated that India has the third largest group of scientists and technicians in the world.
We are 1.3 Billion Consumers – a Huge domestic market
The growing purchasing power and rising influence of the social media have enabled Indian consumers to splurge on good things. The Indian consumer sector has grown at an annual rate of 5.7 per cent between FY2005 to FY 2015. Annual growth in the Indian consumption market is estimated to be 6.7 per cent during FY2015-20 and 7.1 per cent during FY2021-25. India stood second among all nations in the global consumer confidence index with a score of 128 points for the quarter ending June 2016, after Philippines (132). Further, in the discretionary spending category, 65 per cent respondents from India indicated the next 12 months as being good to buy, thus ensuring once again that India leads the global top 10 countries for this parameter during the quarter. As per Boston Consulting Group Rising affluence is the biggest driver of increasing consumption in India. The Goldman Sachs Group estimates that India’s consumer story will be led by its 129 mn urban mass consumers. McKinsey Global Institute is sure that Private consumption to be four times by 2025.
Rising economic influence
Source: As per the Lloyd’s Register Marine & University of Strathclyde, Centre of global maritime trade to move from the Pacific to the Indian Ocean Region. India and China will be the largest manufacturing hubs of the world by 2030. As per the study of Baker McKenzie &MergermarketGroup, in the next five years, India to have greater economic influence across the Asia-Pacific Region. India, eyeing a bigger role in Eurasia and Afghanistan amid prevailing geopolitics, has signed a memorandum of understanding with Russia for fast-tracking International North South Transport Corridor (INSTC) that will enable a smoother connectivity to the region via Iran. INSTC is the shortest multimodal transportation route linking the Indian Ocean and the Persian Gulf via Iran to Russia and Europe. India could take benefit of this route. Cargo from India can be taken to the Iranian port of Bandar Abbas, and from there to Bandar-e Anzali on the Caspian Sea by land. The goods can then be shipped to the Russian port of Astrakhan and from there to the rest of Europe by rail
Huge domestic market

India intends to invest huge in its infrastructure to facilitate the new businessMcKinsey Global Institutereports that Over the next three decades, more than 350 mn Indians will move into cities. As per the Press Information Bureau, Government of India Over the next two decades, more than $ 1.5 tn investments have been planned for infrastructure. Investments planned across the key government initiatives in various sectors: such as on Highways (Bharatmala& NHDP) – $ 106.5 bn, on Railways – $ 131.7 bn, on Ports – $ 61.5 bn (Port development) + $ 123 bn (Port-ledIndustrialisation) on Airports – $ 58 bn, on Industrial, Corridors – $ 100 bn (DMIC – phase I) and on Smart Cities – $ 14.6 bn

Rising Global competitiveness

India has raised the global competitiveness, as per World bank India jumps 65 positions from 142nd (2014) to 77th (2018) in ‘World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business Ranking 2018’..As per world Economic ForumIndia ranks 40th on the Global Competitiveness Index 2017-18. The Government of India says that the95% of 1.2 bn Indians are covered under Aadhar Scheme, one of the world’s largest social security programandPradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana, a formalization of savings scheme under which 312 mn bank accounts have been opened with savings amounting to $ 11.6 bn. Further,Goods and Services Tax (GST), the biggest tax reforms since independence, paves way for a common national market by integrating various indirect taxes.