India: An Investor's Guide to the Next Economic Superpower
This book is about investing in what could well be the greatest opportunity in the 21st century. There is no comparable book that looks at the opportunity that is India from a wealth-creating perspective nor examines the depth of opportunity from a western perspective. This book offers no ponderous policy prescriptions nor pontificates in any way. It describes the opportunities and charts a course through them. It is for those people interested in a great new market but who may not know anything beyond what the newspapers say and lack an understanding of a very lucrative proposition. This book aims to take a gigantic leap in terms of a foreign investor's understanding of where India stands financially and what its market represents in terms of an opportunity for them.
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