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Country Report India (Engelstalig)

Economic growth is India is slowing to the lower end of the 5-6% range. Decisive government action could give a boost to growth, but with elections scheduled for 2014 there seems little room.

Landenrapport

India (Country update) (Engelstalig)

Economic growth in 2011/12 slowed to 6.5% from 8%+ growth figures in the years before. This year, economic growth is expected to be 6% to 6.5%. The government is seen as all important to kick-start economic growth, but the ruling UPA is a lame duck.

Economisch commentaar

India’s budget wins little applause (Engelstalig)

The budget for India’s fiscal year 2012/13 aims to reduce the fiscal deficit to 5.1% of GDP from 5.9% of GDP this year. With a rise in tax revenue and a more realistic growth assumption, next year’s budget seems more in reach than this year.

Economisch Kwartaalbericht

Economisch Kwartaalbericht (integrale versie)

Snel ingrijpen in de overheidsfinanciën door extra te bezuinigen zal de economie die al in een nieuwe recessie verkeert onnodig schade toebrengen. Hoe langer deze hervormingen op zich laten wachten, hoe groter de kosten zijn voor de samenleving.

Economisch Kwartaalbericht

Emerging Markets Monitor (uit Ec. Kw.bericht)

De BIC-landen (Brazilië, India en China) beheersen hun wisselkoers en betalingsbalans elk op een eigen manier. Dit heeft niet alleen impact op de ontwikkeling van de eigen economie, maar ook steeds meer op die van de concurrerende landen.

Landenrapport

India (Country report) (Engelstalig)

Economic growth in India is expected to fall below the ‘magic’ 7% in fiscal year 2011/12. Five state elections are planned for 2012, which will give more information on the popularity of the government.

Special

Innovation in China and India (Engelstalig)

The growth performance of India and China has been astonishing. This paper considers their innovative performance, now and in the future. It looks at the various factors driving innovation, as well as the obstacles that China and India need to overcome.

Landenrapport

India (Country update) (Engelstalig)

India is showing very robust economic growth, even though it is easing this year compared to last year. The economy is estimated to expand by 7.9% in 2011.

Landenrapport

India (Country report) (Engelstalig)

India is showing very robust economic growth, after a mild slowdown during the global financial crisis. The economy is estimated to have expanded by 9.1% yoy in 2010 and grow by 9.0% yoy in 2011. The largest country risks are found in the political and social situation.

Themabericht

India looking East (Engelstalig)

India has never been a big player in international trade. Nevertheless, over the past twenty years, the country has developed its trade relations. India started in 1991 with its ‘Look East’ policy, trying to gain better access to regional markets in Asia.

Themabericht

India's capital account: open sesame (Engelstalig)

For India, the debate to fully open the capital account is a long-standing one. This Special Report elaborates on why India needs foreign capital and demonstrates that the country has already been gradually opening the capital account. This has led to India being in fact more open than meets the eye, but still has a long way to go.

Economisch Kwartaalbericht

Blik op de BRIC

De indrukwekkende expansie die de Chinese economie doormaakt sinds Deng Xiaoping in 1978 de eerste hervormingen doorvoerde lijkt onstuitbaar te zijn geworden.