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Responsibilities in relation to macro-economic policies, annual budget and Appropriation Acts, public financial management, local and foreign savings and investments, public debts, banking, finance and insurance activities, international financial cooperation and directing social security and economic development activities.

India, officially the Republic of India, is a country in South Asia. It is the second-most populous country, the seventh-largest country by land area, and the most populous democracy in the world. The economy of India is characterized as a middle income developing market economy. It is the world's fifth-largest economy by nominal GDP and the third-largest by purchasing power parity.

we are results and service oriented. We offer a comprehensive portfolio of full-service financial services from capital-raising to M&A and investment solutions in multiple asset classes that are designed to add value to your financial ambitions, and always deliver Performance First.

Substantial Government Resources

India's economy is described as a creating market economy with an outstanding buyer base. After the opened up the country's economy in 1991 with changed speculation arrangements, the Gross domestic product.

Significant Infrastructure Development

India is promoting unprecedented levels of infrastructure development activity aimed at realizing its long term vision of diversifying the economy and transforming India into one of the leading hubs for trade .

Private Sector

Increasing the involvement of the private sector is a key priority for the Government under its diversification program.

Enabling 100% Foreign Ownership in Businesses

The India Government is making concerted efforts towards facilitating both local and foreign investment in India.

Encouraging Macroeconomic Environment

Global Competitiveness Report 2015-16 ranks India at 3rd position among 140 countries in terms of overall macroeconomic environment and 1st position for Government budget balance as a percentage of GDP.


India is the world’s second-leading exporter of raw cotton and has an immense, growing workforce. What’s more, the cost of Indian labor has remained virtually flat over the past decade when adjusted for productivity gains.

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