India ranked fourth important country for future economic growth: PollBy ANI
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
NEW DELHI - Global business leaders have ranked India as the fourth most important country for future economic growth, according to Price Waterhouse Cooper’s (PwC’s) 14th Annual Global CEO Survey.
Xinhua quoted a worldwide poll of 1,201 Chief Executive Officers (CEO) as saying that 39 percent of them named China them as the No 1 growth engine followed by 21 percent for the United States, 19 percent for Brazil and 18 percent for India.
Besides, global CEOs also saw China, the US and India as the most important future sources for products and raw materials, the report said.
Regionally, 90 percent of CEOs said they expect their operations to grow in Asia in the next 12 months, followed by Latin America’s 84 percent, Africa’s 75 percent, the Middle East’s 72 percent and Eastern Europe’s 70 percent.
The poll was released on the eve of the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum at Davis in Switzerland. (ANI)