Through a series of domestic reforms and strategic internal partnerships, India has emerged as the front runner in the race for climate leadership, globally.
Several upcoming entrepreneurs are working to help India achieve balanced regional development by creating social impact-driven business models having a double bottom line, and while doing so, address the commercial market demands with a purpose-driven leadership at its base.
Carbon capture and storage could well be the key to keep fossil fuel generators running while the country stays on track to achieve its climate goals.
Several downstream sectors such as auto, white goods, real estate and infrastructure are pushing up demand for steel in India. Prescient investors who spotted this trend early are reaping the rewards of a massive inflation in the values of their portfolios of steel stocks.
The practice of dragging lenders to court to delay the repayments of outstanding loans is slowly coming to and end. India’s Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code is ensuring that lenders get repaid on time and this is making India a more attractive investment destination.
Top Wall Street banks in India rake in their second-highest fee income since the global financial crisis, benefitting from a flurry of top-ticket private sector deals.
Corporate investors and the government need to effectively take on the role of venture capitalists in India to sustain the growth, agility and innovation of scores of early-stage start-ups during the pandemic-triggered period of economic turbulence.
The British Prime Minister recently confirmed the merger of the UK’s aid department with the Foreign Office, a move that holds promise to further align UK-India bilateral trade interests.