Televisions vs. Furniture – Televisions is winning the battle for the Wallet Share in the Indian Household!

With close to 200 million regular households, India is always expected to be one of the biggest markets for most consumer products, and so it is. India is the the second largest market in the world for Furniture and is the third largest market in the world for Televisions. The market size of Furniture (excluding …

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Deficit Financing and Inflation Explained Simply

Normally, any entity spends basis its earnings or how much money is in their bank. But, governments are an exception to this behavior. If government has to spend, they spend. They may not exactly care if they have the money to spend or not. If they don’t have the money, governments will simply print some …

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Manufacturing Challenges in India

I've read this article in Electronics Bazaar magazine and I thought it would be good to share some of the insights here. The world today sees India's economy growing into what's expected  to be one of the biggest global economies by mid-century. Although India is still viewed by manufacturers as an economy where the risks …

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