Why India

India has emerged as one of the most preferred destinations for foreign investment, just after China and the United States. The government of India has gone a step further and formulated investor friendly policies to encourage FDI in India. One of the fastest growing economies of the world, India boasts of a stable annual growth rate, booming capital markets, and rising foreign exchange reserves.

  • India is a successful economy with abundant natural resources and availability of skilled manpower.
  • According to the United Nations Population fund, India is to have the world’s largest youth population by 2020. This will therefore drive innovation, productivity and growth.
  • The Indian economy has a lot to offer and exposes investors to a plethora of opportunities from consumer goods and pharmaceuticals to infrastructure, energy and agriculture to automobile and the IT sector.
  • India has the third largest group of scientists and technicians in the world.
  • India has a booming consumer market with private consumption expecting to be four times by 2025.
  • Infrastructure in India has witnessed a growth in spending. Over the next two decades more than USD 1.5 tn investments are planned for infrastructure.
  • India is one of the richest tech start-up innovation ecosystems in the world. Now the world’s third largest, this start-up ecosystem is maturing rapidly.
  • India’s strongest exports lie in the services sector, making up over 58% of India’s economy in 2015, particularly in services like IT, pharmaceuticals, and engineering goods.
  • India has one of the oldest stock exchanges in Asia and ranks eighth in terms of “protecting minority investors” according to the World Bank.
  • Unlike many other emerging economies, India has a positive macroeconomic environment: inflation is under control, and it has record high foreign exchange reserves and a tamed current account deficit – thus reducing vulnerability to global economic shocks.

One of the world's fastest growing economies

  • India is a successful economy with abundant natural resources and availability of skilled manpower.
  • According to the United Nations Population fund, India is to have the world’s largest youth population by 2020. This will therefore drive innovation, productivity and growth.
  • The Indian economy has a lot to offer and exposes investors to a plethora of opportunities from consumer goods and pharmaceuticals to infrastructure, energy and agriculture to automobile and the IT sector.

Largest youth population in the world

  • India has the third largest group of scientists and technicians in the world.
  • India has a booming consumer market with private consumption expecting to be four times by 2025.

Rising economic influence

  • Infrastructure in India has witnessed a growth in spending. Over the next two decades more than USD 1.5 tn investments are planned for infrastructure.
  • India is one of the richest tech start-up innovation ecosystems in the world. Now the world’s third largest, this start-up ecosystem is maturing rapidly.
  • India’s strongest exports lie in the services sector, making up over 58% of India’s economy in 2015, particularly in services like IT, pharmaceuticals, and engineering goods.

Indian infrastructure story

  • India is one of the richest tech start-up innovation ecosystems in the world. Now the world’s third largest, this start-up ecosystem is maturing rapidly.
  • India’s strongest exports lie in the services sector, making up over 58% of India’s economy in 2015, particularly in services like IT, pharmaceuticals, and engineering goods.
  • India has one of the oldest stock exchanges in Asia and ranks eighth in terms of “protecting minority investors” according to the World Bank.
  • Unlike many other emerging economies, India has a positive macroeconomic environment: inflation is under control, and it has record high foreign