India's long-term plans are providing countless opportunities

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Although India is not immune from the impact of higher oil prices and inflation, it remains one of the world’s fastest growing economies.

There are several high-profile trends underpinning the country's growth story including healthy growth in government tax collections, impressive long-term consumption, well-capitalised banks and a stable currency.  Amundi CIO: Western markets set for 'slow-motion pain' While much has been written about what is happening in India at a macro level, investors would also do well to pay attention to trends and developments that are not mentioned in mainstream media, but still contribute significantly to India's positive investment story. The rise of domestic air travellers April 2023...

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