Indian M&A Trends Report Out Now
May 25 – Cross-border business development agency, Dynamic Orbits, has released their April M&A Trends Overview for India.
According to the report, the Indian economy is faring better than expected and appears to have largely absorbed the negative aspects of the global financial crisis, partially because exports account for just 18 percent of its GDP.
The World Bank also has revised India’s expected 2009 GDP performance at around 7 percent.
The report covers several key issues: India’s purchase of gold, inflation rate, Sensex rates, microfinancing, steel and cement production and consumption, FMCG, retail and auto figures, Indian inbound and outbound M&A and private equity funding.
For a copy of the report courtesy of Dynamic Orbits click here.
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