Ready for Take Off? – India After the General Election
Event May 27, 2019 Zürich
The last two decades, India experienced exorbitant economic growth and profound societal transformations. From 2004 to 2013, India enjoyed the fastest economic expansion in its history with an average growth rate of more than 8% a year. Yet, large parts of society still live in extreme poverty; social and economic reforms prove difficult.
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As the world’s largest democracy and the country with one of the highest number of scientists and engineers, India is a key political, social and economic player that will shape the course of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Date: 10th April 2019
Time: 13:30 – 18:30 (networking apéro to follow)
Location: Webster University Geneva, LLC Commons Room In collaboration with the Indian Embassy to Switzerland, the Swiss-Indian Chamber of Commerce, and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Geneva (CCIG), Webster University Geneva is pleased to invite you to our conference
07.01.2019 – The construction sector, which mostly relies on unorganised labour, is one of India’s biggest job providers. India has seen a construction boom in recent years as incomes rise and cities expand.
This impressive level of construction has been evident across the board, with infrastructure spending as part of India’s GDP rising to 9% in 2017, investment in retail projects in major cities reaching USD 6.19 billion between 2006-2017 and over 7.1 million houses having been built during the last three years.