Currently, India’s population is approximately 1.0009 billion. The middle class is large and still growing; wages were low, but now are some of the best in various industries; many workers are well educated and speak English; and investors are optimistic and local stocks are up. Despite political turmoil, the country presses on with economic reforms. But for potential investors, there’s still cause for worry—find out why.
wholesale trade employment
18.7 per cent. The wholesale price index (WPI) , in respect of the groups, food articles, fish, minerals, manufactured products, electricity and all commodities, has risen by 6.6 per cent, 3.3 per cent, 19.3 per cent, 11.1 per cent, 1.4 per cent and 12.4 per cent, respectively during Q2 of 2008-09, over Q2 of 2007-08. The consumer price index for industrial workers (CPIIW) has shown a rise of 9.0 per cent during Q2 of 2008-09 over Q2 of 2007-08. There is ample reason for India's viability as a