Survive and Thrive in India

An economic boom may be defined as a period where GDP growth is high on an absolute basis (above 5%) and higher than the period preceding it. India has experienced several such economic booms in the past. The catalyst for an economic boom in India is usually a preceding US recession or weak period of growth. Usually these periods are accompanied by a lower cost of capital, liquidity injections / stimulus and rising demand for foreign investment seeking growth capital.

 
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