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Modi at 100 days: Can India's new government deliver?


Modi at 100 days: Can India's new government deliver?

Report summary

In May, Narendra Modi was elected as India’s new Prime Minister. Solving the many problems that plague the economy and energy industries will be difficult. Modi has pledged to reinvigorate Indian manufacturing and restart stalled infrastructure projects; both imply robust energy demand growth. There are concerns that Modi is not moving fast enough, but the Prime Minister’s aims are ambitious, and if successful reform can be delivered, an enormous upside energy demand impact could be the result.

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This Macroeconomics and Global Trends Insight report presents our research on this key topic, and draws out the implications for economies and commodity markets.

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  • Executive summary
  • Introduction
  • Subsidy reform and the World Trade Organisation
  • Government success implies an upside risk to India's energy demand growth
  • Conclusion

In this report there are 8 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
  • Introduction
    • Rupee per US$, Jan 2013 to present
    • India GDP growth, 2005 - 2020
    • GDP per capita vs. industry share of TFC* 2000 - 2030
    • GDP, power demand per capita 2000 - 2030
  • Subsidy reform and the World Trade Organisation
    • End-use power demand by sector 2005 - 2014
    • Natural gas demand by sector 2005 - 2014
  • Government success implies an upside risk to India's energy demand growth
    • India power demand per capita vs. Gujarat 2011
    • India power demand, base case vs. sensitivities
  • Conclusion
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