India is currently experiencing a crisis of confidence.
With a national stock market index that has plunged to its lowest level in more than three decades, the country has plunged into a financial crisis and economic slowdown.
The stock market is now trading at just 3% of its pre-crisis peak.
That is more than the 10% drop that happened in the preceding seven months.
The economy is expected to be at risk of a third recession in four years, with the Indian National Stock Exchange (INSE) at a historic low.
The government, which has taken a harsh line on the crisis, has been trying to stimulate the economy, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi has pledged to spend $1 trillion over the next five years to help revive growth.
However, a recent study by Oxford Economics, a research firm, suggests that if the government can only spend about $1.5 trillion, the economy will slow by 5%.
The study predicts that growth will slow further in the next three years and then pick up.
The slowdown is taking a heavy toll on the country’s infrastructure.
More than 100,000 workers have lost their jobs in the past year alone, according to a report by the National Bank of India.
India’s infrastructure is a major contributor to the countrys GDP.
The country’s highways, airports, railways, power plants, ports and ports of call account for around 70% of India s gross domestic product (GDP), according to the World Bank.
These facilities are essential for the country s industrial development and export competitiveness.
In a recent report, Oxford Economics said that infrastructure spending alone would not be enough to boost India s growth.
The government needs to spend at least $4 trillion in the coming years to build and maintain the country ‘s infrastructure.
If this is not done, India’s growth will stagnate.
The Oxford Economics report also highlighted the lack of infrastructure investment in India as one of the country s biggest problems.
While infrastructure spending has been growing steadily over the past three years, it has not yet been matched by investment.
A large share of infrastructure projects, which will help to boost growth, have been put on hold by the government.
India is currently suffering from a financial shortage, with a shortage of cash, and a steep price hike in the rupee.
The currency has lost about 50% of it value against the US dollar in the last five years.
The Indian rupee is trading at around 62.10 to the dollar, or about $3.20 to the US currency.
India has been in a long-term liquidity trap, with inflation rising more than 6% a year.
With such low inflation, it is very difficult for the Indian government to invest in infrastructure projects that would boost the economy.
India also has a large debt burden, which is estimated at around 70%, and is expected grow at an annual rate of less than 2%.
This debt burden has led to some of the worst trade imbalances in the world, which are already a major reason for the slowdown.
In recent years, India has become increasingly reliant on its overseas investors for its exports, particularly to the United States and Europe.