India: A Macro-Economic Perspective
The Reserve Bank of India in its fourth Bi- Monthly monetary policy reduced the repo rate under the liquidity adjustment facility (LAF) by basis points from per cent to per cent. However, it has kept its cash reserve ratio unchanged at % of net demand and time liability (NDTL).
According to the World Bank’s Doing Business Report 2016, India’s rank improved by 4 places from to this year (out of countries).
The overall inflation remained manageable, despite the impact of the El Nino phenomenon, which will linger for the rest of the year. To this effect the RBI has kept its policy accommodative.
India’s export fell by percent in September 2015, making this the consecutive month of decline.
The Current account deficit widened on account of lower exports.
The Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) inflows have been the highest among Asian emerging economies.
About this report
The investment tracker provides a quarterly snapshot of the investment activity in India. It analyses investment activity on a quarter-on-quarter basis with respect to the number and value of projects. The data is segmented by different industries, regions, stages of implementation, types of ownership, and types of project type for deeper analysis and insights. Lastly, it provides information on big-ticket projects. The investment tracker is useful for business planning and decision-making by evaluating the industrial activity within their own industry as well as other allied industries in their value chain and larger ecosystem.
Learn how to effectively navigate the market research process to help guide your organization on the journey to success.Download eBook