India Economic Summit 2008: ePress kit
Innovation will help continue the momentum in securing India’s future growth
India is one of the best performing emerging markets of the 21st century, averaging almost 9 percent annual gross domestic product (GDP) growth in the past five years. Current economic conditions considered, growth is still projected to be between 6 and 6.5 percent. Globalization will continue to offer enormous growth opportunities to Indian companies. For the many multinational companies that would like a presence but are deterred by any number of perceived constraints, opportunity awaits. The quest for competitive advantage will rely heavily on India’s ability to be innovative and think in a global context.
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"Despite the current global economic crisis – India has a secure future and will continue to shape the global environment. Further, I believe Indian companies can still benefit from globalization – access to new markets and customers, suppliers, and skilled workers. Continued integration into the global economy presents strong growth opportunities for India. I am cautiously optimistic. Growth of between 6 and 6.5 percent would be very welcome by some other markets."
–Jim Quigley, Global CEO, Deloitte.
Deloitte CEO urges India’s business leaders to look long-term and continue growth momentum. Learn more.
Deloitte economists and researchers produce thought leadership and reports outlining the business and economic environments around the world. Learn how the quest for competitive advantage in India will depend on actions taken by India’s government and businesses, including innovation and understanding India’s constraints, developing a new globally-minded India manager, and understanding India’s challenges and opportunities in a global context. Visit this section for global economic outlook reports and research on India’s economy.
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