India will lead the world in almost every category by 2030.
–US Ambassador to India Richard R Verma
In his speech at the US Congress PM Modi said India & US have overcome the hesitation of history. He added that India was on course of making the US its indispensable partner. It is believed that in this partnership, India will lead.
In the current – and projected – global scenario, India shines like a beacon of hope. India will lead the world
India will have the big population, largest middle class population, college graduates, patent holders, massive investment in infrastructure, urbanisation and discoveries.
India will lead the world in Growth & Profitability
Companies will make ‘incredible’ earnings post GST, says Mark Mobius. Talking about the health of the Indian economy, Mobius asserted that the country’s growth is “tremendous” and it would continue to grow fast in the coming years.
GDP Annual Growth Rate in India is expected to be 7.10 percent by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. IMF expects India to grow faster than China by 2016-17
During the fiscal year 2015-16, export of software and related services to Middle East reached to a level of around $2 billion (Dh7.34 billion). India’s total export of software and related services was $108 billion.
India will lead the world in FDI inflows and Investments
India’s workforce is young and growing fast: 250 million people will enter the labour market by 2025. Rapid expansion of the workforce generally leads to one of two outcomes.India is extremely competitive in terms of labour and production costs, and has a successful culture of entrepreneurship. Foreign direct investment (FDI) has surged in the last few years as a result, which implies that investors share my optimism. India’s young workforce only adds to the attraction.