The world economy is still in making as India is at the heart of it. Russia Today television was
trying to analyze a future forecast which was postulated by Standard Chartered Bank, it is
believed that India is most likely going to become the second world largest economy by the
year 2030 following China and overtaking US economy. This UK based international bank also
believes that India is likely to be the chief mover, with its trend growth increasing to 7.8% in the
The 2020s, majorly due to ongoing reforms in India for example; introduction of national goods and
service tax and the Indian Bankruptcy Code.
The Indian Bankruptcy Code which was launched in India in 2016 helps the country in
consolidating the country’s bankruptcy and insolvency laws. On the other hand, the
introduction of national goods and service tax was launched in 2017 and it is helping India by
simplifying the tiresome and cumbersome tax regime.
In the US the aging population outnumbers the youth while India is well recognized as the
home of the world’s largest group of young people, a population section which is believed to
have help and will help in consumerism in India’s economy. Though for this to be achieved it is
believed that 10 million jobs have created in the service and manufacturing industries in