India can be a daunting place to invest, considering its tumultuous politics and wavering economy. But recent government reforms are giving investors hope the economy will grow.
The Indian diaspora has opened new potential markets for Bollywood films. Ordinarily this would signal an investment opportunity, but some are urging caution.
Guar has the world’s largest oil and gas producers fretting over profit margins. Why? In gum form, guar is the thickening agent used to push fluids sideways in the fracking process.
Indians have long been the world’s biggest buyers of gold . But this year gold jewelry demand in India dropped 30 percent year-over-year. Why? Because wealthy Indians have discovered diamonds.
Indians are taking control of their health in response to the country’s surging rates of cardiovascular disease and diabetes, among the highest in the world, and the invasion of fast food chains.
The blackout that swept the country at the end of July — and the underlying infrastructure problems it exposed — are glaring threats to the country's economic expansion.
India, a major player in global agriculture, has struggled to attract foreign investment. But that may change.
A complex market, where huge demand is matched with cut-throat competition and often an unfavorable regulatory environment has seen firms in different sectors get burned.
In this guest commentary, R. Rajagopal of Kotak Mahindra (UK) Ltd., argues that if it does not continue to address its pressing economic issues, India stands to lose its BBB- investment grade.