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Ever since economic reforms were initiated in India 2 decades back India’s stature has grown progressively on the radars of the global wealth. However, the historic elections in the summer of 2014 when the young and aspiring Indian society voted for a business friendly and pro-growth government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has catapulted India to one of the most promising emerging economies in the world attractive the attention of the growth seeking global wealth.

As per the latest research paper prepared by the UK based Centre for Economic & Business Research (CEBR) India’s growing economy is on course to overtake the UK within 3 years and is expected to become the world’s third largest by 2024.

It may be the right time for global investors to consider building a longer term allocation towards India guided by the global re-allocation of growth towards Asian economies in general and Indian economy in particular.

There may be a bigger risk of not being in India than being in India over the next decade.

The global investors have shown the faith by channeling investments worth $ 42 bn in the calendar year 2014. These have been led by some of the wealthiest in the world who probably have studied and seen the trend early and have positioned themselves ahead of others.

We are taking this opportunity to provide you access to some of the interesting opinions and events which are defining the India story.

11-Dec-2014: Investor interest in Indian realty likely to rise again-PwC & Urban Land Institute. Global real estate funds focused on India are seeking to raise $ 6 billion in new capital on top of $ 1.6 billion raised in first 7 months of 2014. More

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10-Dec-2014: S&P in its latest report has called India the only bright spot in Asia Pacific region. The agency has further added that growth momentum for India is at 7% while other economies are losing momentum. More

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