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Transforming Indian MSMEs into Indian MNCs

Transforming Indian MSMEs into Indian MNCs


India’s growth prospects

In the upcoming decades of Indian prospects growth, it could achieve one an average of 9.5%. this includes the growth of workers by 110 million by 2030. While talking about the hub of revenue of the biggest industry in the IT industry. Earning from equity is growing 11.5% in the average from the year 2021 to 2030. With this financial and infrastructure is playing a handsome role like 14.5% and 16.7% respectively. As well as Indian’s BBB rates are on full security. IG space room is well growing and need more to grow and HY defaults should below.

 Long term economic growth rate is determined by:-

Labour force in India

In India, the workforce labour is around 28 years, which is generally below the age median china that is 10 years. There is an average of 10 million people entering the age of doing labour work until 2030. The need for enhancing the skills of the labour and with this the labour reforms should be enacted.


There will the expected rise in investment ratio estimated up to 33%. Here is the 2 major source of investment is the household sector and public sectors. About 7-8% of GDP in investment in infrastructure is required to reach full potential. Just with the advent of COVID-19  and conflicts between US AND CHINA India is viewed as the preferred alternative destination. There is a rapid increase in manufacturing industries and FDI  just because of Initiatives like make in India & Self Reliant India. Large manufacturing base and fast-growing domestic market differentiates India

from other non-China competitors.

Total factor productivity

The growths from total factor productivity are although below 3%  the growth from this is sustainable.  Hereby there was a great advancement that the workers were transformed from informal to formal. India lies on the 3rd largest economy in terms of purchase power parity. India's GDP growth could touche 9.5%  if the right measures and actions would be taken. Reforms /Proposed reforms supporting investment & TFP.

Reforms /Proposed reforms supporting investment & TFP IBC, tax rate cut, lowering GST bracket.SOE is emerging as to set merging and allocative capital and putting to its effectiveness. Electronic reforms like Electronic project approvals with tracking and clear timelines, e-auctioning and private mining.

India: Current scenario

India is leading with the second-largest handset producing location i.e: Samsung. Apple plans to move one-fifth of its China capacity to the country over the next five years. India has got the tag to be the heavy importer to exporter of cell phones. India's leading rank 77 in doing its businesses.

Financial & equity Market

Indian corporate bond market is of around USD 405 bn(14% of GDP). For allowing more foreign participants it has to enhance its budget margin 2020. With this now India is able to maintain its investment-grade (IG) rating. India currently represents s around 5% of the JP Morgan Asia Credit IG index and it Is estimated to increase to around 10% by 2025. Controlled High Yield (HY) issuance growth likely to keep defaults from the Indian issuers low. capital account flow is likely to take over as the dominant driver for the INR in the years ahead. Energy, power and even defence may see more governments takes being divested.


 India is offering an entangle amount of populations for using e COMMERCE  services and its get doubled each year, over the coming years, offering significant opportunities in the internet space. E-commerce services are leaving lots of easy services to its customers and easy for them to enter into the market. India is likely to attain a higher growth rate than China over this period due to the latter’s more mature stage. Some Asian stock exchanges have become more flexible on listing criteria, this would contribute Indian emerging e-commerce companies to get listed there.

Information Technology services

India is giving cut to cut competition in IT with China. In order to improve product IVI ty and benefits customers, Indian IT vendor s have developed AI platforms that, while small, should start to support revenue growth over the next 2–3-years.

Plenty of opportunities to capture such as cloud spending, digital engineering, internet of things.


With lots of emphases where India is giving proper competition to Chinese products but somehow its cannot be the next China. India's economy is growing well but it's looking too far to be the next China.  Investor are loving to invest in India's largest investment hub with large populations here.


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