The Economy of India is the tenth-largest in the world by nominal GDP (Gross domestic product) and the third largest by purchasing power parity (PPP).
Mumbai is the commerce capital of India.
Indian economy and its changes
Something is changing in India currently. The revival of the manufacturing industry, the new importance of the agriculture, the good level of science education, the openings in the financial optimism, despite problems like a pharaonic bureaucracy and lack of infrastructure, has the potential to produce the highest growth rate in the next 50 years.
Indian economy and its problems
On this journey of growth in India, however, is facing some obstacles that impeding the economic development of India:
• There are excluded some large sectors of the population, not only Dalits, but also farmers.
• The lack of infrastructure: roads and highways, bridges, airports and ports require significant investment, but not completely compatible with the current state of public finances. Other urgent investments and
• There are also problems about health and education in rural areas.
• In India there is a mal distribution of wealth, health and education: there is a part of well-educated, with health guarantees and rich and some poor, without health guarantees and badly educated.