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Mr Bibek Debroy

Negative ratings on India exaggerated

Negative ratings on India exaggerated
Not only are the external debt indicators reasonably good; but India has an impeccable record of repaying external debt.   Read More >>

Potential of India's unorganised sector

Potential of India's unorganised sector
Since 1991, when India's growth has been high, a large part of it has been driven not by the organised sector, but by the unorganised sector   Read More >>

India's role in the global economy

India's role in the global economy
The main drivers of growth (in the Asian region), because of their sheer size, have been India and China.   Read More >>

India's strength lies in inputs

India's strength lies in inputs
One of the interesting things that have happened in the last ten years is that some of the historically backward states have begun to grow, and have begun to grow very, very fast   Read More >>

Factors favouring India in the current environment

Factors favouring India in the current environment
Potentially, India has the possibility of very high rates of GDP growth… There is no particular reason why India should not be growing at around 8 per cent.   Read More >>

Exclusive Interview on Indian Economy with Mr Bibek Debroy, Professor, Centre for Policy Research

Exclusive Interview on Indian Economy with Mr Bibek Debroy, Professor, Centre for Policy Research

As a professional economist, Mr Bibek Debroy's key focus areas are economic policy analysis & law, regulation and the state. Mr Debroy has a rich academic experience spanning distinguished institutes like Presidency College, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, National Council of Applied Economic Research (Delhi) and Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary Studies, Rajiv Gandhi Foundation (where he was Director). He has also served as Consultant to the Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India; Secretary General, PHDCCI and Director, "LARGE" (Legal Adjustments and Reforms for Globalising the Economy), an initiative of the Finance Ministry and UNDP. He is presently a member of the National Manufacturing Competitive Council. In this exclusive interaction with IBEF, Mr Debroy discusses the key underlying themes that are expected to propel the Indian economy going forward.

India promises attractive medium- and long-term growth prospects for several of our targeted industrial markets.

Mr Klaus Probst
President and CEO, Leoni AG