Why it makes sense to today to invest in India, the crisis has Germany firmly in the grip. Horror stories running over the ticker of news channels and mechanical engineering is expecting a wave of bankruptcy. \”Because it seems only natural that man currently more important\” things has to do, than to deal with new sales regions. One is occupied with itself, has sales slump at home and abroad, must survive even once liquidity in terms of the next few months and igelt up a little. Maybe you want to look also once, what you do others, before himself moving. And so India is not quite sure in the foreground of the activities.
While there are good reasons why it makes might right now, amid the economic crisis, great sense strategically to deal with one of the future key markets of the world: while Germany fully was hit by the recession, slowed to even in India the economic growth – but only slowed. After In the years 2007 and 2008 of approximately 9% international analysts for the years 2009 and 2010 for India is still a growth rate of 7% or 6% expected growth. \”This means: even in the media as the worst since the second world war\” titled crisis, India is one of the few countries that can still exhibit a significant economic growth. Why is this so? It’s simple: Is big enough and the Indian economy so that not so much by the export depending on the Indian market. Like the consumption in the United States still so strong be burglarized, the domestic market continues to be so great potential, that Indian companies on the domestic market focus; for example, While the automotive industry worldwide collapsed, Indian manufacturers recorded continue to whopping increases. That was also the reason why VW was prepared to invest around EUR 500 million in an Indian factory even during the crisis.