Analysis of some globalization indicators and their role in economic growth. India is a case study for the period (2004-2020)
Keywords:globalization, economic growth, exports, imports, FDI
Developing countries are witnessing a widening gap with the economies of developed countries, and India is one of the developing countries that seeks to reduce that gap and accelerate the growth of globalization indicators as a way to integrate with global markets and move towards openness, especially in the field of exports, imports, foreign investments and some technological indicators. The most important results that were reached in this research, as the rates of economic and technological progress in India have become very fast, through the annual growth rate it achieves, as India has become the world’s factory, through the huge numbers of labor and its cheapness, the large number of foreign direct investments and the optimal mix It provided an opportunity for its economy to flourish more than any other country, and for that a series of data was adopted during the period (2004-2020) and descriptively analyzed.
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