As the world grapples with the aftermath of the global financial crisis, India is once again on the international stage.
With a population of roughly 1.2bn, India’s economy has become one of the worlds fastest growing and fastest-growing.
And this year, the Indian government is hoping to expand its reach to more countries in the region, a trend that will allow the country to become a global hub for the manufacturing and trade of all things high tech.
This is the latest in a series of moves to boost the country’s fortunes and push it into the global spotlight.
The globalisation of India is the result of the Indian economy’s strong links to technology.
This ties the country with many other countries that have a global footprint, including China, Russia, Australia, the United Kingdom and France.
India has long been an important trading partner for China, with the country importing over 70% of its food, oil, metals and chemicals, according to a recent McKinsey Global Institute report.
But the world is now seeing a different relationship, as India has been one of its largest trading partners in the past decade.
Its proximity to China has meant that Indian firms have had a hard time staying competitive in the global marketplace, and it has seen a surge in investments in India by multinationals and startups.
But as the global economy has been growing in recent years, the country has seen its trade with the world grow by over a billion dollars annually.
But what has really taken the cake is India’s economic success.
In fact, India now ranks as the sixth-largest economy in the world and accounts for over 30% of the globe’s gross domestic product, according the McKinsey report.
As the global economic downturn has continued, the government has taken a number of measures to help boost the Indian market.
A recent report by the McKinseys China Centre for International Trade and Development estimated that the country had seen a “significant” increase in its trade turnover in the three years since the global recession.
The report said that, in the period between June 2009 and June 2010, India exported $8.2 trillion worth of goods, and imported $2.5 trillion worth.
This trade has had a significant impact on India’s overall economy, and its export growth has also seen the country grow at a fast rate.
For the past year, Indian exports to China have risen by more than 60%, while imports have increased by almost 60%.
According to the latest data, India exports $5.3 trillion worth goods to China, while imports grew by $1 trillion.
These exports and imports account for over 80% of India’s GDP, and they account for more than half of its imports.
China is India and India is China.
The two countries share a common history and history of economic growth and a common identity, according a McKinsey article published in January 2018.
In fact, the two countries were once at odds when it came to trade and commerce.
During the British Raj, India was a major trade partner of Britain.
But after World War II, India became an ally of China, which it saw as an enemy of its own people.
The Indian state, however, was not happy about this.
It took the British and Chinese governments to convince the Indian people that the two nations were indeed allies, and to encourage them to trade with each other.
India’s trade with China, on the other hand, had been steadily growing, and was growing at a faster rate than the Indian trade with any other country.
So the Indian state did everything in its power to get its own interests in the bilateral relationship with China.
Indian businesses had no choice but to take a closer look at China, as the Indian Government had been promoting the country as a potential trading partner.
With this in mind, in February 2018, the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, and his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, visited each other in New Delhi.
Xi’s trip was intended to cement India’s relationship with the Chinese.
It was also intended to further consolidate India’s international standing and its global reach.
Modi’s visit was also seen by some as a way to boost India’s business climate, with Modi reportedly telling Chinese Premier Li Keqiang that his government would help Chinese companies to grow.
The prime minister’s visit also marked the beginning of the Modi government’s attempts to push India to become more inclusive and welcoming towards foreigners.
However, while the Chinese have taken steps to promote their business climate in India, they have not done so to the same extent as they have in the United States, Canada, Australia and other developed countries.
While the Indian Prime Minister is known for his business-friendly policies, he has also been known to criticize Chinese companies, particularly those that do business with the United Nations