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Indian economy is dominated by service sector which contributed approximately 69% to the total GDP in 2013. Wholesale and retail trade contributes 23% and financial institution and real estate contributes 17% which play a vital role in economic development of India. The Indian government encourages foreign investment in the automobile sector and allows 100% FDI through automatic route.  It is one of the key industries in India, which is attracting many leading players in to the country such as Mercedes Benz, BMW, Volkswagen, Toyota, Honda, Ford, Hyundai and General Motors. Indian GDP is expected to reach at $3.09 trillion at the current price by 2019.


Lucintel, a leading global management consulting and market research firm, has analyzed the political, economic, social, technological, legal, and environmental factors of India, and has come up with a comprehensive research report “PESTLE Analysis of India 2014”. This report provides an analysis of the Indian economy from historical, current, and future perspectives. SWOT analysis, growth scenario analysis, and risk analysis of India are also included in the report. The report also includes forecast of the economic growth through 2019. 
 
The report highlights various drivers and challenges which have influence on investment decisions in the economy. India is a politically stable country which makes it an attractive destination for investments. It is a land of abundant natural resources like coal, iron ore, manganese ore, mica, bauxite, titanium ore, and chromite. India is the World's third largest exporter of Iron ore as in 2013. India has strong foreign exchange reserves and is ranked 10th largest country in terms of foreign exchange reserves. There lie huge investment opportunities in sectors such as healthcare, education, residential housing, banking and financial sector. Demographic dividend acts as strength for India’s population of 1.24 billion in 2013.The country’s young population is approximately 54% of total population, leading to high domestic demand. Increasing current account deficit and trade deficit are few major challenges of the country.

To make business, investment, and strategic decisions, you need timely, useful information. This market report fulfills this core need and is an indispensable reference guide for multinational materials suppliers, product manufacturers, investors, executives, distributors, and many more that operate in this market. 
 
Some of the features of this report:
  • Trend and forecast for key macroeconomic variables that are useful to make major investment decision
  • Analysis on economic activity, investment environment, and trade structure of the country
  • Major industries in  India and its contribution to GPD
  • Trends in savings, investments, and consumptions 
  • Analysis of Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Legal, and Environmental scenarios as well as their impact on different industries
  • Analyses on geographical importance and social structure such as labor quality
  • Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, and Threat (SWOT) analysis of   India
  • More than 26 figures/charts and 15 tables are provided in this roughly 76-page report.
Table of Contents
 
1. Executive Summary
 
2. India Political Analysis
2.1: Structure and stability of government
2.2: Government policy agenda
2.2.1: Policy agenda
 
3. India Economic Analysis
3.1: Sectoral contribution to GDP and GDP growth rate
3.2: Pricing trends: inflation and interest rates
3.3: Consumption, saving, and investment trends
3.4: International trade and its contribution to GDP
3.5: Foreign direct investment by industry
 
4. India Economic and Business Risk Analysis
4.1: Risk in current account balance
4.2: Risk in balance of payment (BOP)
4.2.1: Risk in balance of payment
4.3: Risk in foreign exchange reserves and exchange rate
4.4: Risk in fiscal balance
4.5: Risk in external sector
4.5.1: External debt and default risk
4.6: Credit rating of countries
 
5. India Social Analysis
5.1: Social and demographic analysis
4.2: Labor market
4.3: Social development index
 
6. India R&D and Technological Factor
6.1: R&D expenditure in India
6.2: Impact of technology in industry
6.3: Technology policy
 
7. India Legal Analysis
7.1: Company law
7.2: Labor law
7.3: Tax law
7.4: Recent economic policies
7.5: Doing business in India 2013
 
8. India Environment Analysis
 
9. India SWOT Analysis
 
 
 
List of Figures
Chapter 3 India Economic Environment Analysis
Figure 3.1: Global economic scenarios
Figure 3.2: Trend of real GDP growth rate
Figure 3.3: Forecast of real GDP growth rate
Figure 3.4: Trend of per capita income
Figure 3.5: GDP sectoral contribution
Figure 3.6: Share of different sectors in GDP
Figure 3.7: Quarterly trend of inflation and interest rate
Figure 3.8: Annual trend of inflation and interest rates
Figure 3.9: Trend of savings and investments as percentage of GDP
Figure 3.10: Trend of consumption expenditure as percentage of GDP
Figure 3.11: India’s international trade structure
Figure 3.12: Exports and imports as percentage of GDP
Figure 3.13: Foreign direct investment by industry
 
Chapter 4. India Economic and Business Risk Analysis 
Figure 4.1: Trend of current account balance and share in GDP
Figure 4.2: Trend of balance of payment
Figure 4.3: Trend of foreign exchange reserves and exchange rate
Figure 4.4: Trend of fiscal deficit and revenue deficit as percentage of GDP
Figure 4.5: Trend of fiscal deficit as percentage of GDP
Figure 4.6: Trend of debt as percentage of GDP  
 
Chapter 5. India Social Environment Analysis
Figure 5.1: Political map of India
Figure 5.2: Trend of population and population growth rate
Figure 5.3: Population age structure of India
Figure 5.4: Trend of unemployment rate in India
 
Chapter 6. India R&D and Technological Factor
Figure 6.1: Trend of R&D expenditure in India
 
List of Tables
Chapter 1. Executive Summary
Table 1.1: Factors affecting business in India
 
Chapter 2. India Political Analysis 
Table 2.1: Political factors and their impact on business
 
Chapter 3 India Economic Environment Analysis
Table 3.1: Factors affecting industrial growth 
Table 3.2: FDI limits by industry, 2013
Table 3.3: Economic factors and their impact on business
 
Chapter 4. India Economic and Business Risk Analysis 
Table 4.1: Credit rating of countries by Moody’s, Fitch, and S&P
Table 4.2: Economic Risk Factors and Their Impact on Business
 
Chapter 5. India Social Environment Analysis
Table 5.1: Corruption, GINI, Homicide, and Human Development Index
Table 5.2: Social factors and their impact on business
 
Chapter 6. India R&D and Technological Factor
Table 6.1: Technological factors and their impact on business
 
Chapter 7. India Legal Analysis
Table 7.1: Income tax slab for assessment year 2013-2014
Table 7.2: Indicators for starting business
Table 7.3: Ranking of procedures for starting a business
Table 7.4: Legal factors and their impact on business
 
Chapter 8. India Environment Analysis
Table 8.1: Environmental factors and their impact on business
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More than 26 figures/charts and 15 tables are provided in this roughly 65-page report
Lucintel has been closely tracking and conducting research on variety of industries and countries since 1998. This research project was designed for the purposes of determining the investment opportunities in India. In order to ensure fairness with our analysis, we compared several factors in order to align the current performance and, more importantly, the future prospects.
  • Our analysts used the following sources for the creation and completion of this valuable report:
  • Political, Economic, Social, Technological and legal analysis of India economy.
  • Extensive search of current published literature, market and database information including industry news, country news, and customer intentions.
  • A compilation of the experiences, judgments, and insights of Lucintel's analysts, who have analyzed and tracked the economic study of the country.
Lucintel collects a significant amount of uninterpreted data from a variety of sources and converts this into intelligent data as follows. The intelligent data is used by our clients for making confident business decisions. The figure below is a graphical representation of the end-to-end Lucintel research process.

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