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The BullS and Bears

DNMUM404300 | 12/31/2017 | Author : Pranjal Sharma | WC :718 | Business & Economy

Looking Forward
JUST BEFORE MONDAY

Logistics and supply chain
This is perhaps the most exciting industry to watch out for. The impact of GST will be felt in 2018 with all its pains and promises. However, the industry will see consolidation, expansion and higher foreign investment. Large scale warehouses will be set up across the country. Increase in e-commerce will enhance supply chains from factories to consumer homes. An ICRA report says that the industry will continue to grow at a healthy 10 per cent over the next few years. The government expects
doubling of revenues to $360 billion by 2032.
Skilling and Education
The disruption caused by new technologies of the fourth industrial revolution has triggered demand for new skills a
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