In the last three decades, India has emerged as a regional player on the global stage.
Its strategic location and vast geographical area make it a natural fit for the emerging regional superpowers, especially China.
The country’s rapid development, especially in agriculture, has made it an ideal destination for Indian exporters seeking to expand their markets beyond the Indian subcontinent.
The key to this success has been India’s development of the agri-food sector, which has become a key driver of growth for India’s economy and has enabled the country to maintain a dominant position in the world’s most populous nation.
With the growth in agricultural output, India’s population has doubled, and its per capita income has risen from about $6,500 in 1998 to about $27,000 today.
This has allowed the country’s growing middle class to move into urban areas, and it has been a major driver of the countrys economic growth.
In addition to its agricultural output growth, India also boasts of an abundance of water resources, a growing middle classes and the ability to produce high-quality products and services.
The country is now the world leader in the use of solar power, and is expected to surpass China in terms of generating electricity, especially through the solar power sector.
This is in part because of the huge amount of infrastructure needed to produce solar panels.
In India, solar panels can be produced at a fraction of the cost of solar panels from China, and they are cheaper.
With India’s increasing solar energy demand, the country is set to overtake China in the coming years in terms