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Bilateral trade sheet India
This sheet gives an overview of the bilateral trade relations between India and Belgium.

Bilateral trade note India (May 2024)
In addition to general information about, for example, GDP, inflation, the number of inhabitants, global imports and exports, the unemployment rate, etc., this bilateral trade note also contains an analysis of bilateral trade with India, as well as an overview of the main import and export sections.


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Economic study India (November 2013)

India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world. With growth rates averaging 8% annually over the past 20 years, it is part of the BRICS coutries, the club of five that is one of the engines of the global economy.

The XIIth five-year policy programme (2012-2017), based on the mantra "faster, sustainable and more inclusive growth", sets major investment targets. The bulk of the effort should come from the domestic and foreign private sector. The focus is on key sectors, such as infrastructure and energy. In addition, India is committed to inclusive growth, which is to be stimulated by the evolution of purchasing power.

According to experts, India will continue to play its role as a leader in the world economy. It goes without saying that this prognosis for the future offers considerable business opportunities for our Belgian companies.

On the occasion of the Belgian economic mission to India (23-29 November 2013), the Belgian Foreign Trade Agency has published an "economic study". The first chapter is devoted to India's macroeconomic situation, while the second contains an analysis of five dynamic sectors in which trade opportunities abound: cleantech & renewable energy, healthcare & pharma, diamonds, infrastructure and telecommunications. This is followed by a selection of recent success stories of Belgian companies in India.

Document only available in French and Dutch.

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