India in 2004

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Case Code : ECOA118
Case Length : 22 Pages
Period : 2004
Organization : -
Pub Date : 2004
Teaching Note :Not Available
Countries : India
Industry : -

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Foreign Trade

India's principal exports included gems and jewellery (approximately 15 percent of total), engineering goods (14 percent), clothing (11 percent) and textiles (10 percent). Main destinations were the US (20.6 percent of 2001 total), the UK (5.4 percent), Hong Kong (4.7 percent), Japan (4.6 percent) and Germany (4.5 percent).

Imports consisted mainly of intermediate goods, equipment and machinery to assist industrial development. India was particularly dependent on oil imports. Main sources were the US (8.3 percent of 2001 total), Belgium (6.2 percent), Singapore (6 percent), the UK (5.6 percent) and Saudi Arabia (5 percent)...

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Future Outlook

A forecast published in October 2003 by Goldman Sachs, predicted that, over the next half-century, growth would slow sharply in the world's six big rich countries and in Brazil, Russia and China. But India would continue to generate average annual growth of more than 5%. By 2032, its GDP would be bigger than Japan's, and by 2050 its national income per head in dollar terms would have multiplied 35-fold...


Exhibit I: Exports & Imports
Exhibit II: Key Indicators at a Glance
Exhibit III: Key Indicators
Exhibit IV: Sectoral Real Growth Rates in GDP
Exhibit V: Trends in Deficits of Central Government
Exhibit VI: Receipts and expenditures of the Central Government
Exhibit VII: Price Increase in Some Major Primary Products
Exhibit VIII: Price Increase in Energy Products
Exhibit IX: Point-to-point inflation based on CPI (IW) - 1982=100 (Percent)

Exhibit X: Movement in the Wholesale Price Index by Quarter over Previous Quarter
Exhibit XI: Movement in the CPI (IW) by Quarter over Previous Quarter
Exhibit XII: Share of top investing countries in FDI inflows
Exhibit XIII: Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction Details of References Received as on 31.3.2004
Exhibit XIV: Disinvestments in Public Sector Undertakings
Exhibit XV: Adult and Youth Literacy Rates: A Comparative Analysis
Exhibit XVI: Literacy Rates (1951-2001)

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