DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/tln825/_indian_security) has announced the addition of the " Indian Security Market Assessment" report to their offering.
India retains many of the qualities that made it one of the most dynamic economically developing countries in the early 2000s. However, a lack of investment and continuing social division stunted its development in recent years, especially when compared with Brazil, China and other BRIC nations.
The decline in India's economic outlook is a result of high borrowing costs for corporations and a construction slowdown, which has affected not only the housing market but also infrastructure improvements. The lack of infrastructure has had the biggest impact; if India cannot redress this, economic growth will be further affected. This lack of infrastructure development was highlighted in the World Economic Forum's Global Competitiveness Report 2013-2014, which benchmarks the economic strength of countries based on a series of criteria. In this study, India's mass transport infrastructure (roads, 84th; railways, 19th; ports, 70th) and provision of basic utilities (electricity supply, 111th) resulted in a ranking of 85th out of nations for critical national infrastructure (CNI).
The purpose of this study is to assess infrastructure development across a range of key sectors and analyse the impact it may have on international security suppliers looking to enter the market. Whilst the current economic downturn may cause some investors to look at other countries in Asia, India's strength and importance on the world stage combined with its infrastructure push mean that opportunities will be available for security providers willing to invest in the market now.
Key Topics Covered:
- National Security Strategy
- Infrastructure Development Overview
- Oil and Gas
- Border and Maritime
- Competitors and Partners
- Route to Market Strategy
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