MUMBAI: India will be a $2-trillion economy in the next five years as its GDP growth is likely to average at 12 per cent in nominal terms powered by a huge consumption demand, Enam Securities has said.
“India’s GDP is likely to grow at (an) average 12 per cent in nominal terms. Hence, India will be a $2-trillion economy by 2014-15,” Enam Securities Head-Research, Nandan Chakraborty, and economist Sachchidanand Shukla said in a report titled “India Strategy” released today.
This growth will be led by the huge consumption demand in sectors like FMCG, power, auto (small car hub), IT and pharma, it added. The brokerage firm said insurance companies, financial services and equity markets will flourish as the country’s annual savings pool grows to $700 billion from $400 billion at present. Continue reading India to be Two Trillion Dollars Economy by 2014-2015