Economic Environment of Business<br />Presentation on :<br />Global Meltdown and it’s Impact on INDIA<br />Economic Enviro...
Group   Members<br />Amol Shenvi          C - 4   <br />PritamNirmale       C - 18<br />OmkarChavan           C - 19<br />...
Global MeltDown<br />“In my adult lifetime, I don’t think <br />I’ve ever seen people as fearful,”<br />                 …...
The worst financial crisis since the great depression of 1930’s<br />It was triggered by a liquidity shortfall in the Unit...
How it all started???<br />It all started in US…<br />Failure of banking system due to rise in the quantity of bad debt <b...
Effects of Global meltdown on world markets<br />Impacts on financial institutions<br />In September 2008 , 159,000 jobs w...
Effects on Indian Economy<br />Effect on Indian economy<br />A slowdown in the US economy was a bad news for India.<br />F...
Downsizing in IT and Financial sector as companies cut costs.<br />The Indian Information Technology industry accounts for...
How India survived financial crisis<br />How India survived financial crisis<br />Despite an unprecedented global recessio...
Opportunities for India<br />Opportunities for INDIA<br />Most of the stars of the Wall Street collapse will continue.<br ...
Conclusion<br />Conclusion<br />“ Every black cloud has a silver lining ”<br />The global financial meltdown will mean som...
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  1. 1. Economic Environment of Business<br />Presentation on :<br />Global Meltdown and it’s Impact on INDIA<br />Economic Environment of Business<br />Presentatation on :<br />Global Meltdown and <br />it’s Impact on INDIA<br />
  2. 2. Group Members<br />Amol Shenvi C - 4 <br />PritamNirmale C - 18<br />OmkarChavan C - 19<br />Sanal Nair C - 39<br />Sanoj Thomas C - 49<br />SuyogSalunke C - 51<br />Submitted to :<br />Ms.GitanjaliKapoor<br />
  3. 3. Global MeltDown<br />“In my adult lifetime, I don’t think <br />I’ve ever seen people as fearful,”<br /> … super investor Warren Buffett“<br />
  4. 4. The worst financial crisis since the great depression of 1930’s<br />It was triggered by a liquidity shortfall in the United States banking <br />system<br />In 2008, 81 public corporations file for bankruptcy in the United States<br />Resulted in the collapse of large financial institutions.<br />significant decline in economic activity, lead to a severe global economic <br />recession in 2008.<br />
  5. 5. How it all started???<br />It all started in US…<br />Failure of banking system due to rise in the quantity of bad debt <br />in the system<br />Major banks have landed in trouble after people could not pay <br />back loans.<br />United states Housing bubble that burst…<br />
  6. 6. Effects of Global meltdown on world markets<br />Impacts on financial institutions<br />In September 2008 , 159,000 jobs were lost due to crisis in US.<br />US demand for imports from other countries indicated a decline.<br />Downturns in stock markets around the world.<br />
  7. 7. Effects on Indian Economy<br />Effect on Indian economy<br />A slowdown in the US economy was a bad news for India.<br />Foreign investors did withdraw $12 billion from India’s stock markets.<br />India's exports to the US have also grown substantially over the years. <br />US demand for imports from India declined.<br />Weakening demand led to producers cutting production which resulted in increased unemployment.<br />The industries most affected by weakening demand were airlines, hotels, real estate.<br />
  8. 8. Downsizing in IT and Financial sector as companies cut costs.<br />The Indian Information Technology industry accounts for a 5.19% of the <br />country's GDP.<br />A weakening of demand in the US affected our IT and <br />Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) sector<br />the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) started drying up and this affected <br />investment In the Indian economy<br />the number of tourists inflow to india has come down.<br />
  9. 9. How India survived financial crisis<br />How India survived financial crisis<br />Despite an unprecedented global recession, India remained the second <br />fastest growing economy in the world.<br />India’s GDP grew by more than 6% throughout this period – <br />India is much less dependent than most countries on global flows <br />of trade and capital.<br />India relies on external trade for about 20% of its GDP . <br />The country’s large and robust internal market accounts for the rest.<br />Indians continued producing goods and services for other Indians, <br />and that kept the economy humming.<br />To lift the economy out of the recession the Government announced <br />a package of Rs 35,000 crores in the first instance on December 7, 2008.<br />
  10. 10. Opportunities for India<br />Opportunities for INDIA<br />Most of the stars of the Wall Street collapse will continue.<br />These will generate new opportunities for low cost high quality services.<br />Many companies who were not outsourcing certain processes will <br />increasingly be forced to do so.<br />The US Congress approved a revised $700 billion package to bail out <br />the US financial sector. This means major opportunity for <br />India-based services companies<br />
  11. 11. Conclusion<br />Conclusion<br />“ Every black cloud has a silver lining ”<br />The global financial meltdown will mean some tough times for its suppliers, but the fittest will survive - and emerge stronger. <br />The global financial crisis can be turned into a great opportunity for growth in India.<br />

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