The overarching message from our latest India Economic Outlook published this week is that while prospects for the economy look a little uninspiring over the near term, there are reasons to be optimistic further ahead. A key factor underpinning our upbeat long-term view is that, in an increasingly fractured global economy, India is uniquely positioned to benefit from the “friend-shoring” of manufacturing supply chains. Recent developments including progress on developing an electronics ecosystem and tweaks to labour laws are encouraging.
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