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  • Why India is Attracting so Much FDI
    India’s FDI inflows have been growing steadily over the past 3 years. When you look at the graph on the right, you can see that the growth in FDI inflows started increasing substantially around 2014 and peaked in 2016 in which year, India became the largest recipient of FDI in…
    Written on Friday, 15 September 2017 14:12
  • What makes Excel China Fund Unique
    For Investment Advisors only As the world’s second largest and fastest growing equity market in terms of capitalization , China offers an ever-increasing array of investment opportunities. In a country that’s undergoing massive structural reforms in the quest to achieve internally-generated sustainable growth, not all opportunities are created equal. Some sectors…
    Written on Monday, 04 September 2017 09:26
  • Significance of Modi’s Increased Political Capital
    The chief minister of the state of Bihar in India resigned from his post on July 26, and then was sworn in again on July 27. While 24 hours did not change Nitish Kumar’s status as Bihar’s chief minister, India’s Prime Minister Modi’s stature in Indian politics grew in a…
    Written on Friday, 11 August 2017 14:31
  • India’s Internet Revolution a Powerful Economic Force
    India’s internet revolution is a powerful economic force that is dramatically changing the way Indians connect and carry out business transactions. And it will also have a significant impact on economic growth. It is estimated that by 2020, the internet economy will grow to over 4% of GDP[i], indicating its…
    Written on Friday, 28 July 2017 11:06
  • A Balanced Approach to Investing in India
    Taking a balanced approach to investing in India is a recipe for success for investors seeking diversified exposure to the country’s top-performing equity and high-yielding bond markets. Currently, the Indian equity market is among the best performing emerging markets while its corporate and sovereign bond markets offer yields that are…
    Written on Tuesday, 20 June 2017 13:28
  • South Korea Heading in the Right Direction
    South Korea's benchmark KOSPI index is courting its all-time high following the election of President Moon Jae-in on May 10. Although it is still too early to assess the policy priorities of President Moon, the appointment of several non-political professionals to key posts and plans to improve corporate governance through…
    Written on Friday, 16 June 2017 11:45
  • 3 Years of Modi: How India has Changed
    Three years after leading the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to India’s first majority government in more than three decades, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has turned India into the brightest shining star in the global economy. He has exceeded the expectations of those who placed their trust in his leadership, as…
    Written on Friday, 26 May 2017 14:45


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