Commerce and industry minister Piyush Goyal said India being a part of the global economy it has to suffer the consequences of the uncertainties that the world is going through in the past couple of years.
However, largely it looks to have plateaued out and the November-December situation suggests things have once again started showing an upturn, Goyal said on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum (WEF) 2020 in Davos.
He said there is a lot of enthusiasm to invest in India from the corporates, where they see opportunity, where they see the huge demographic dividend playout, and where they have the confidence that democracy is going to ensure a fair and balanced treatment for everybody.
Besides that, the huge talent pool and committed young work force make it more attractive place to invest in, he added.(Watch this video for more)