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India's strong economy helped propel deal activity in private equity, sending values to near-peak levels in 2014. Our comprehensive annual look at India’s private equity industry examines the factors that made last year successful and the ways investors can build on that momentum in 2015.
Bain partnered with Google to survey "lead" consumers to determine the opportunities for fast-moving consumer goods companies.
Private equity in the Asia-Pacific region broke out of a two-year slump in 2014 and posted its best across-the-board performance to date. The industry continues to move through a difficult multi-year transition. But as returns improved and investors became cash-flow positive for the first time, the
Philanthropy continues to grow significantly in India as the nation's economy expands, but donors and nonprofits will need to overcome several critical obstacles to maintain that momentum.
By ramping up investments in healthcare, the Modi government will have the perfect opportunity to start a virtuous cycle of health in India, improving productivity, enabling greater consumption and boosting economic growth.
Redefining India’s healthcare system is essential. Beyond having a clear vision, priorities and road map, a new plan will need to address issues related to talent, technology and funding in an integrated manner.
To face India's healthcare challenges, the government must prioritize two critical delivery objectives—increase investment in healthcare delivery and shift to smarter solutions.
India is healthier today than ever, but the country continues to struggle with gaps in its healthcare system. Now is the opportune time to redefine India's health system to power the nation's growth and development.
India expects the goods and services tax (GST) to be implemented shortly, and companies need to prepare to capture potential gains and avoid the pain of internal and external misalignments.
India has made substantial strides in healthcare, but trends suggest current gaps will widen if the country doesn't make significant improvements.
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