The global economy is slowing amid rising downside risks, mainly because of continuing tariff disputes and trade tensions. The scene is no different in India, with GDP growth decelerating to a five-year low of 6.8% last fiscal.
The prospects for fiscal 2020 looks quite cloudy, too, given the crosswinds.
In the milieu, CRISIL and S&P Global Ratings are organising the annual India Outlook Seminar 2019-2020, where we would trace the emerging economic landscape using top-down-meets-bottom-up analysis.
At the seminar, experts from CRISIL and S&P Global Ratings will discuss the following topics:
Global economic outlook and risks amid shrinking policy space
How and why of India’s growth slowdown
Can the financial sector lubricate the economy
What, and how long, will it take for consumption and investments to rebound
Sectors that will lead or lag
Implications of the falling domestic savings rate
The event will include presentations by CRISIL and S&P Global Ratings and panel discussions with industry experts.
Grand Ballroom, Grand Hyatt, Santacruz (E), Mumbai