China and India will be the largest investors among developing countries in 2030, accounting for 38% of the global gross investment, says a World Bank report released today. The two countries will also account for almost half of all global manufacturing investment, it says.

The report, titled “Capital for the Future: Saving and Investment in an Interdependent World”, said India’s share in global investments is expected to almost double by 2030….Read More

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