Why invest in India?

India is one of the most developing markets globally. With the recent visit of US President Mr Barack Obama, the entire global market is focusing on India.

The new Indian government is keen on taking India at the global level, which is increasing the opportunities for international business houses and Non Resident individuals. In fact a recent survey about India conducted in early 2014 highlighted that 53% of more than 500 business leaders around the world planned to enter or expand their operations in India within the following 12 months.

Over the last 10 years, Indian markets have seen stupendous growth in sectors such as real estate, financial services, e-commerce, retail, information technology, insurance and others. Compared to other emerging markets, many of these sectors in India have not only outperformed but also are further expected to grow. Following reasons also make a strong case for investing in Indian market -

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Size of India and economic growth

In 1970, the GDP of India was only $63.5 billion, while in 2013, the GDP of India stood at $1.88 trillion, representing about 2900% increase. India's GDP is projected to grow five times in the next 20 years, and GDP per capita will almost quadruple.


One of the best predictors of the long-term potential of a market-based, fast growing economy is its demographics. Indian is one of the youngest countries in the world; more than 50% of its population is below the age of 25. With a population of 1.2 billion, high levels of technical education, entrepreneurial culture, and English language skills, India is poised to become one of the fastest growing global economies in the next 20 years.

Domestic economy

India's domestic consumption has played a significant role in India's growth. As more people enter the workforce and the emerging middle classes expand, the domestic demand will further drive up the domestic output and consumption. Domestic economy makes India far less vulnerable to external shocks and pressures than other emerging markets.


The Indian economy offers investors exposure to a wide range of opportunities from consumer goods and pharmaceuticals to infrastructure, energy and agriculture. While its booming services sector is exceptionally strong (comprising ~50% of India’s economy), the new government’s ‘Make in India’ campaign is expected to kick in growth in the manufacturing sector as well.

A robust financial sector

India has a robust, diversified and well regulated financial system which has allowed it to weather the aftermath of global financial crisis. India's financial sector is competitive with quality balance sheets and strong corporate governance.

Efficient investment markets

The Bombay Stock Exchange is the second oldest in the world (165 years) and offers investors a low cost, highly efficient, modern and well governed investment environment. The Indian stock markets have generated investment returns of over 15% per annum for the last 10 years and Indian investors have doubled their more over the last 3 years. This efficient and fast growing market cannot be ignored by investors looking for growth avenues.

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