There is one simple rule of finance, one truth that must be remembered – there can be no economy without a populace to guide it. The world of profits and dollars will crumble without the masses (unable to sustain itself, unable to even try). Men must offer themselves instead to the market; stimulating it with their efforts, their time. And this has inspired the belief that nations with waning populations will soon fall, unable to meet the demands of money. Those with always evolving numbers, however, are poised instead to rise. Their relief will be in their workers and their countries will be transformed into successes.
And this has led Indian economics to become one of the most anticipated processes throughout the world. With its spectacular climb through the financial hierarchy, it has defined itself to great potential – and this must be attributed to its impressive population.
Through this a wealth of rewards has been achieved:
One: Stronger workforce. The purpose of any market is to be filled with goods and services. These cannot be offered, however, with a dwindling public. India does not suffer from such an affliction. It is among the most densely populated countries in the world, resting only behind China.
Two: Job stimulation. When there is an abundance of employees, there must then be an abundance of positions for them to take. Government programs have been initiated to generate placements and create jobs – which offers a more reliable economy.
Three: Experts available. No market can survive without the knowledge – and experience – of those who are specialists within their fields. With such a massive amount of workers available, the chances for finding these specialists increases dramatically. There can be the selection of the best, rather than the convenient. And this helps to brand efforts worthy and wanted by the public.
The numbers do not deceive – their success is instead proven again and again.