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How To Cash In On India’s Demographic Dividend

By John Richardson

A DEMOGRAPHIC dividend is only a demographic dividend if you can create enough jobs for most of your young people. That’s one of India’s biggest challenges.

During the economic Supercycle, cashing in on this dividend was relatively …

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India Risks Squandering Demographic Dividend

By John Richardson

INDIA is at risk of squandering its demographic dividend, warned investment bank Espirito Santo when it wrote in a September 2013 note:

If India continues its current path it will face a catastrophic shortage of jobs, creating …

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India PVC Growth In Context

By John Richardson

INDIAN polyvinyl chloride (PVC) demand is expected to increase by 13-14% in the financial year ending 31 March 2013 compared with just 3% growth in 2011-2012.

This is further evidence that, just perhaps, the decline in the …

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India PVC Reflects Macro Problems

By John Richardson

WHAT is happening in India’s polyvinyl chloride (PVC) sector reflects some of the macro-economic challenges we discussed earlier this week.

An additional 8.5m tonnes of PVC pipes demand could be generated in the space of just five …

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