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Indian Challenges and Opportunities

by Neil Ainger, freelance journalist & treasury writer

The Indian economy is expected to grow 7.4% in 2015, according to the World Bank, aided by a liberalising new government that wants to integrate it further into the global economy. Its population will outpace China by 2040 and it’s a young country with half its people still under 24, many with exceptional skills and languages. The fundamentals for long-term growth are there, as an audience at BNP Paribas’ 8th Cash Management University (CMU) heard on 28 May in Paris.