The Indian tiger

York, Nicola
February 2006
Money Marketing;2/23/2006, p58
The article reports on the reluctance of most British companies to invest in India despite the country's huge investment opportunity. Justin Urquhart Stewart, director at Seven Investment Management, believes that they may be unaware of key macroeconomic differences between China and India. Corporate India has become more competitive with return on equity among the highest in emerging markets and is expected to benefit both from increased domestic and overseas demand.


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