With the Modi government effectively turning the screws on Chinese entities by examining even the smallest holdings in Indian companies the stage has been set for India to power full steam ahead in the path to self-reliance and self-sufficiency.
The probable $25 billion Tata-Walmart ‘super app’ collaboration provides a peek into the opportunities that exist in Indian business where the policies of reboot-reset, in the realm of cloud, technology and AI, can determine the future.
Increased property searches online, the introduction of prop-tech by enterprising realtors who are leveraging technologies like virtual tours, artificial intelligence, digital booking tools and online payments mechanisms are arousing the interest of customers.
Thanks to the safety and precautions adopted by consumers, in the time of the pandemic, e-payments and cash less transactions have shown a huge surge.
Indian prime minister’s call for the responsible use of AI is yet another request to the country’s IT industry to be ahead of the curve when the world comes back to normalcy.
Big brands continue to show faith in the India growth story. Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Inc. is yet another a case in point. His purported arrival next year could be a game changer of sorts in the EV market segment.
The economic ties between New Delhi and Canberra are being upgraded at a rapid pace and opportunities between these two like-minded nations are presenting themselves with regularity.
India’s economy is getting warmed up and any dire predictions made towards it at this point are exaggerated. The negative lining brought about by Covid-19 will soon be tempered and it will be business as usual for India.