Apparently, in the past two years there has been a big increase in the number of expats and non-resident Indians by companies in India, as the demand for skilled professionals increases. Infrastructure development as well as improvements in areas such as healthcare and education is fuelling an ‘India growth story’, and relocation there is becoming an increasingly attractive proposition, also causing many who originally moved away from the country to consider a move back. Expatinfodesk covered this earlier in the week.
In the ever-more globalised world, trends amongst the expat community often give a good indication of the relative fortunes and prospects of various countries. India has recently established itself as the world’s second-fastest growing major economy. It can be seen from the reports how expats move to capitalise on growth areas, with development in emerging markets reflecting one of the key findings in our Expat Economics report last year.