Country Analysis Report: India, In-depth PESTLE Insights

  • ID: 2507561
  • Country Profile
  • Region: India
  • 350 pages
  • MarketLine
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Introduction

India's large workforce, second in size only to China's, characterizes its economy. A large, well-educated and English-speaking population has made India a leading hub for IT and ITes. India is among the top-five producers of pharmaceutical drugs by volume. Apart from inflation and imbalanced development, poor infrastructure and corruption have also crippled economic growth and investment.

Features and benefits

- Understand how India can be used to plan business investments or market entry through a holistic view of the country.
- Gain an understanding of the political situation in India, including key figures in the country and governance indicators.
- Understand customer demographics in India through analysis of income distribution and the rural-urban split, as well as healthcare and education.

Highlights

The PESTLE analysis of India identifies issues that affect the country's performance using the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) framework.
The political landscape section discusses the evolution of the political scenario in India, as well as the country's economic, social, foreign, and defense policies. The section also discusses the country's performance according to World Bank Governance Indicators.
The economic landscape section outlines the evolution of India's economy, as well as the country's performance in terms of GDP growth, composition by sector (agriculture, industry, and services), fiscal situation, international investment position, monetary situation, credit disbursement, banking sector, and employment.

Your key questions answered

- How does India perform in terms of technology-intensive sectors like telecoms and IT, patents, and R&D expenditure trends?
- What is the legal structure in India and are the laws conducive to investment?
- How does India perform in terms of environmental indicators and its environmental policies?
- How does India perform in terms of healthcare, income distribution, and education?
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OVERVIEW

- Catalyst

- Summary

- Key findings

- PESTLE highlights

- Key fundamentals

KEY FACTS AND GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION

- Key facts

- Geographical location

PESTLE ANALYSIS

- Summary

- Political analysis

- Overview

- Current strengths

- Current challenges

- Future prospects

- Future risks

- Economic analysis

- Overview

- Current strengths

- Current challenges

- Future prospects

- Future risks

- Social analysis

- Overview

- Current strengths

- Current challenges

- Future prospects

- Future risks

- Technological analysis

- Overview

- Current strengths

- Current challenges

- Future prospects

- Future risks

- Legal analysis

- Overview

- Current strengths

- Current challenges

- Future prospects

- Future risks

- Environmental analysis

- Overview

- Current strengths

- Current challenges

- Future prospects

- Future risks

POLITICAL LANDSCAPE

- Summary

- Evolution

- Pre-1950s

- 1950-90

- 1991-2003

- 2004-2014

- The general elections in April and May 2009 saw the unexpected victory of the INC party. Dr. Singh, an Oxford-educated economist, is the only individual to have been re-elected following a full term since the time of the first prime minister. The Singh government was expected to accelerate the pace of reforms after its reelection. However, in 2010, India's corruption issues came to the fore with high-level investigations and arrests due to irregularities concerning the Commonwealth Games and the 2G spectrum awards. The Commonwealth Games scandal involved gross negligence of officials overseeing the organization of games and alleged misappropriation of funds, while the 2G scandal related to the sale of broadband licenses for far below market prices, estimated by the CAG to have cost the government INR1.76 trillion ($28.7 billion). These allegations and scams have tarnished the image of the government, and have led to nationwide protests. In the mid 2014 general elections, under Mr. Narendra Modi's leadership, the BJP witnessed a massive electoral victory and formed government.

- Structure and policies

- Key political figures

- Structure and policies

- Structure of government

- Key policies

- Economic

- Social

- Foreign

- Performance

- Governance indicators

- Outlook

ECONOMIC LANDSCAPE

- Summary

- Evolution

- 1947-90

- 1991-2013

- Structure and policies

- Financial system

- Performance

- GDP and growth rate

- Fiscal situation

- External position

- International investment position

- Monetary situation

- Indian stock markets

- Outlook

SOCIAL LANDSCAPE

- Summary

- Evolution

- Family welfare plans

- Social security reforms in India

- Structure and policies

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- Education

- Healthcare

- Social welfare

- Performance

- Healthcare

- Income distribution

- Education

- Outlook

TECHNOLOGICAL LANDSCAPE

- Summary

- Evolution

- IT

- Telecommunications

- Structure and policies

- Intellectual property

- R&D

- Technology agreements and pacts

- Performance

- Important sectors

- Research & Development

- Outlook

LEGAL LANDSCAPE

- Summary

- Evolution

- Structure and policies

- Judicial system

- Relations between the central government and the states

- Tax regulations

- Labor law

- Social security

- VAT and customs duty on exports

- Performance

- Effectiveness of the legal system

- Outlook

ENVIRONMENTAL LANDSCAPE

- Summary

- Evolution

- Structure and policies

- Environmental regulations

- Environmental actions

- Participation in global efforts, agreements, and pacts

- Performance

- Environmental impact

- Outlook

APPENDIX

- Ask the analyst

- Disclaimer
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