Asia Pacific and India

January 2006
Credit Control;2006, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p30
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the economic conditions of India. The Indian stockmarket is one of the best performing markets among Asia in 2005, with the Bombay Stock Exchange Sensitive Index (Sensex) of 30 leading shares rising by 423 percent. Sensex has increased by more than 130 percent from its post-general low in May 2004. The strong performance has been supported by favorable factors such as macroeconomic perspective and gross domestic products expansion. Economic growth is projected.


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