Last Updated: July 22, 2014
Last updated: Jul, 2013
India has emerged as a major investment destination for domestic as well as international investors. The country is expected to be the largest source of emerging market multinational enterprises (MNEs) by 2024.
India is the fifth best country in the world for dynamic growing businesses, according to the Grant Thornton Global Dynamism Index. Indian companies are gaining better competence by expanding their international presence by investing overseas for acquiring regional and global reach.
The country continues to urbanise at a strong pace driven by a combination of uptrending consumption, robust job creation and growing financial penetration, according to Morgan Stanley's proprietary AlphaWise City Vibrancy Index.
The various investment options available in India include Bank Fixed Deposits (FD), Securities, Mutual Funds, National Saving Certificate (NSC), Gold, Real estate, Information Technology (IT), Pharmaceuticals, etc.