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Economic 360 for India: Growth Prospects and Emerging Opportunities in the Environmental Industry

  • ID: 1833060
  • April 2011
  • Region: India
  • 120 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan

Introduction of economic reforms such as liberalization, privatization and globalization in the 1990's has enabled India to emerge as one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Environmental concerns have come to the forefront causing the Government to focus on issues such as waste management and wastewater treatment. As a result, the demand for clean technology, treatment equipment, air quality monitoring stations and so on are on the rise and present lucrative opportunities.

The environmental industry has taken center stage in recent times and has been accorded top priority by governments in both developed and developing countries. Environment protection is the latest buzzword as nations’ Green consciousness has triggered a spate of environment development activities, especially in advanced regions such as the European Union. Such efforts assume greater importance in the face of environment degradation brought about by accelerated economic development. With international agreements such as the Kyoto Protocol coming into force, even developing economies, such as India, have jumped on the Green bandwagon. The global environmental industry is poised for growth due READ MORE >

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