We are delighted to share the latest edition of India business insights, which examines how the government’s structural reforms are levelling the playing field for foreign investors and helping to get the economy back on track.
We also analyse a record year for Indian M&A deals and the mixed performance of Indian listed companies as the economy bounces back.
Modi’s deep structural reforms level the playing field for foreign investors in India
How back-to-back reforms are shaking up India’s economy and creating a more favourable business environment.
Indian economy getting back on track with stronger growth in Q3
India’s GDP growth bounced back to 6.3% in Q3 2017 from its three-year low of 5.7% in the previous quarter.
Big ticket consolidation drives record year for Indian deals
More than 1,100 deals with a total value of over USD60 billion made 2017 a milestone year for Indian corporate deals.
Mixed share price performance as Indian economy begins to bounce back
The Grant Thornton India Watch index saw a marginal return to growth in H2 2017 after a negative share price trend earlier in the year, but our small cap index continued to fall.
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