Key highlights of the report
India is a land of opportunities, considering the country's diverse culture, infrastructure, demographics, and demand. It is the third-largest economy in Asia by GDP. There has been a significant upward trend in Foreign Direct Investment in India since 2015, backed by the government's focus on leveraging democracy, demographics, and demand. Government interventions and reforms have contributed to the country's jump in the ease of doing business rankings making it an attractive destination for businesses. In the next five years, India will have greater economic influence in the Asia-Pacific region, with the country poised to be one of the largest manufacturing hubs in the world by 2030.
Key sectoral opportunities for investors
BFSI – Fintech & Financial Services
A growing digital population in the country has pushed India towards becoming the fastest growing Fintech market in the world.
India is expected to be the world's third-largest automotive market in terms of volume.
Rapid urbanisation, rise in household income and the demand for office space is fuelling growth of the real estate sector.
Consumer, retail, and commerce
Driven by an increase in online transactions and availability of higher disposable income, the Indian e-commerce industry is expected to cross USD 200 billion mark by 2026.
Increasing number of lifestyle diseases, rising healthcare costs, changing technology are some of the factors driving healthcare sector in India.
Technology, media, and telecommunications
India's IT industry is expected to grow over the next few years because of an increase in internet penetration, improved network infrastructure and rising demand for internet consumption.