According to the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI) International Economic Resilience (IER) India is set to emerge as the 2nd Most Resilience Economy in 2021 among top-10 leading economies showcasing the strong recovery of Indian Economy in the Post COVID-19 era. Germany took the top spot & South Korea took the 3rd spot.
It is based on 5 Macroeconomic indicators such as
- Real GDP growth rate
- Merchandise export growth rate
- Current Account Balance (as percentage of GDP)
- General Government net lending/borrowing (as percentage of GDP)
- Gross Debt-to-GDP ratio
—Real GDP growth rate -India ranked 1st with real GDP growth at 11.5% followed by China and France with their real GDP growth at 8.2% and 6.0% respectively.
—Merchandise Export Growth – India ranked 1st with Merchandise Export Growth at 14.0%, this is followed by Canada and U.S.A. at 9.9% and 9.7% respectively.
—Current Account Balance % of GDP – India ranked 6th Position.Germany topped the Current Account Balance & followed by South Korea and Japan.
—General Govt. net lending / borrowing (% of GDP) – India ranked 8th Position.South Korea topped the General Govt. net lending / borrowing & followed by Germany & Italy.
—Gross Debt to GDP ratio – India ranked at 4th Position. South Korea topped the Gross Debt to GDP ratio it was followed by China & Germany.
Top 3 Ranking:
|Rank||International Economic Resilience (IER) Rank||Real GDP growth Rate||Merchandise Export Growth||Current Account Balance % of GDP||General Govt. net lending / borrowing (% of GDP)||Gross Debt to GDP ratio|
|1||Germany||India||India||Germany||South Korea||South Korea|
|3||South Korea||France||U S A||Japan||Italy||Germany|
The growth promising Sectors for the Indian economy in the new year 2021 include Agri & food processing, Real estate, Infrastructure, Automobiles, Information Technology, E-Commerce, Health, FMCG, Telecom, Over The Top (OTT) Market and Financial Technology (Fintech) industry.
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