India will outpace China to become the world's largest economy by 2050, boasting a GDP of $86 trillion, forecasts a report by global property firm Knight Frank & Citi Private Bank. Leading the elephant's charge will be Mumbai and New Delhi, which will feature in the list of top 20 cities globally within the next 10 years.
Going only by GDP growth, the wealth report says Mumbai and New Delhi will rank among the top 20 global cities in the next decade. While Mumbai is ranked 16th, New Delhi is ranked 20th in the list of cities surveyed in terms of economic activity, political power, quality of life, and knowledge and influence.
The report also named Surat and Nagpur among the fast-growing cities to watch out for by 2050.
Watch Video on the report
You may also like to read
- IT, pharma sectors to drive hiring in 2013, says job portal
- Small towns produce fast-growing tech companies: Deloitte survey
- India is no longer the automatic choice for IT services and back-office work
- VED, NASSCOM to host IT/ITES Conference on Feb 24, 2012 at Nagpur
- Nasscom to incentivize location and Innovation to drive software industry growth in emerging locations
- Zeon buy's Grand River; say's will add 700 to Nagpur unit in next 4 years
- Infospectrum - Scottish Factonomy Ltd. Deal - Nagpur brings in more business
- Jaypar Inc. adds up to the list of software companies operating at MIHAN
- Shreesh Vakil: Good technology need not be expensive, OfficeBox is just an example
- All expenses paid trip to Israel for a Nagpur entrepreneur
- Happy client travels from US to Nagpur to express his appreciation
- Tax rules to be relaxed for IT sector, move to attract more business from MNCs
- Persistent-Infospectrum deal. Need more M&As to fuel Growth@Nagpur Software Industry
- Accenture recruits 200 students in a single day from a college at Nagpur
- KSL may choose residential scheme over IT park due to change in FSI policy
- InfoCepts hosts I CAN Awards in a Scintillating Ceremony
- Nagpur is one of the Top 10 Business Hot Spots of the country : Cushman & Wakefield
- Ajay Sanghi, CEO, Edisphere Software: Build your business 'Virtual'
- D&B's 2010 toppers ITeS-BPO:5 companies with presence in Nagpur
- Dinesh Jain - Local businesses should opt for global mentors and advisors
|< Prev||Next >|