India 'buoyant territory' for investments though global outlook dim: Survey

Global growth pessimism among CEOs worst since 2012

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A survey of global CEOs has termed India  a “buoyant territory” and “the rising star” among most attractive investment markets, even as a large number of corporate leaders presented a gloomy outlook for the world economy in 2019. About 29 of global CEOs expect growth in 2019 to be slower than that in last year, the survey by PwC shows. It is the worst since 2012 when 48 per cent CEOs had a pessimistic view of the world economy, which was then recovering from a financial crisis.  The apprehension, as suggested in the survey, is spread across ...