Our businesses in India serve leading corporate and institutional clients across the country. Following a ten-year joint venture, Goldman Sachs established an onshore business presence in Mumbai in 2006. The Bengaluru office opened in 2004.
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Briefly… India’s Budget and Balancing Act
Asia’s third-largest economy released its national budget on February 1, outlining its roadmap for boosting economic performance after several years of slowing growth. We sat down with Goldman Sachs Research’s India Chief Economist Prachi Mishra who shared her views on the budget announcement.
The Long & Short of It: The Plastics Paradox
The increasing pressure to reduce single-use plastic and changing consumer behavior is putting a question mark on the long-term demand growth of the plastics industry. Nikhil Bhandari of Goldman Sachs Research explains how efforts to limit plastic’s environmental impact could affect the industry over the next decade.
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