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Investing in India

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxii
  2. Shanta Acharya
    Pages 1-27
  3. Shanta Acharya
    Pages 29-70
  4. Shanta Acharya
    Pages 71-134
  5. Shanta Acharya
    Pages 135-174
  6. Shanta Acharya
    Pages 175-220
  7. Shanta Acharya
    Pages 221-247
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 249-258

About this book


The reforms initiated in 1991 have transformed India's economy and capital market. The book offers a comprehensive evaluation of developments in both sectors from an investor's viewpoint. The potential growth of India's stockmarket is examined as the country progresses with its economic liberalisation. The insights offered into investing in India can be profitably applied by seasoned investors as well as by non-professionals. This exclusive analysis of the Indian market will be of interest to students and policy makers as much as to anyone interested in investing in one of the major markets to have emerged from its seclusion and opened itself up to global investors.


agriculture capital market economic policy growth Inflation interest rates Investment management money venture capital

About the authors

SHANTA ACHARYA began her investment management career with Morgan Stanley Asset Management in London in 1985. She was the Asia Pacific manager for Swiss Bank Corporation Portfolio Management International prior to joining Baring Asset Management in 1992 where she was the senior manager for South Asia.

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