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India country analysis

Country analysis question on India 600-words. The main natural resources of India are Iron ore, Coal, limestone, and silica sand, bauxite, and copper ore. How India develops road ways, buildings, infrastructure? Speak about which states or state head this Natural Resource and how it would relate to the items listed below:

1) Economic Conditions
2) Cultural Factors that affect business
3) Exposure to Terrorism Threats

References:
http://www.cs.iupui.edu/~umurthy/India/resourse.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natural_resources_in_India
http://www.indexmundi.com/india/natural_resources.html

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India is one of the fastest growing and largest emerging markets in the world. In the last decade, India has emerged as one of the most attractive countries to invest and do business due to rising disposal income of the huge population of India, attractive investment opportunities in several industry sectors, outsourcing opportunities and liberal government policies and incentives by the Indian government. The countr's population has significantly benefitted due to huge foreign direct investment in several industries, including infrastructure. Further, the rising disposal income due to Information technology and outsourcing boom has increased the spending power of the country's population.

India's infrastructure, including roadways, buildings and other infrastructure has shown rapid growth in the last few years due to increasing spending by the government, private sector investments and foreign direct investment. Although the country's infrastructure is still quite weak as ...

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India is one of the fastest growing and largest emerging markets in the world. In the last decade, India has emerged as one of the most attractive countries to invest and do business due to rising disposal income of the huge population of India, attractive investment opportunities in several industry sectors, outsourcing opportunities and liberal government policies and incentives by the Indian government.

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