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General Business Outlook India's Business Outlook Remains Optimistic

| Editor: Dominik Stephan

India's optimism prevails: A new research shows that 89 per cent of Indian citizens think that 2012 will be a better year for them financially than 2011

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A majority of the Indian population expects 2012 to be an optimistic year for businesses. (Picture: PROCESS India)
A majority of the Indian population expects 2012 to be an optimistic year for businesses. (Picture: PROCESS India)

.Optimism reins among the vast majority of those living in France and Indonesia, where 91 per cent in each country agreed that they are optimistic about 2012 being a better year. Following next is Brazil (90 per cent), India (89 per cent) and Mexico (85 per cent).

Hesitancy towards the future of the global economy is not prevalent everywhere; in fact, a majority of those in India (74 per cent), Brazil (70 per cent), Indonesia (68 per cent) and Saudi Arabia (63 per cent) agree the global economy will be stronger. On the other hand, those living in France (19 per cent), Hungary (20 per cent), Belgium (21 per cent), Italy (22 per cent) and Sweden (22 per cent) are least likely to respond this way.

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