In our latest CIO Special, 'India: why it will be a USD 7 trillion economy by 2030', we look at the major structural shifts supporting future growth.

We highlight the following:

  • India’s GDP is set to double over the next seven years, aided by several inherent demographic advantages and policy-led changes. 
  • The demographic dividend of a young population combined with a large middle class has been amplified by a slew of structural reforms. 
  • Physical and digital infrastructure, clean energy transition and rapid financialization are paving the way for high, sustainable growth.
  • The country’s recent leapfrogging to a high level of digitization is already boosting productivity and efficiency in many ways. 

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