Alcor Capital Group


At Aidos, we believe, India is on its way to become a $5 trillion economy by FY26 led by (1) accelerated economic growth, (2) increasing demand on the back of favorable demography, (3) improving purchasing power parity and (4) exponential growth of digital penetration.

In its pursuit to become a global economic giant, India is expected to grow its nominal GDP at 9.4% per year over next five years.

Sectors which could shape up India economy are – Digitalization, Alternative Energy, Fintech, E-commerce, Disruptive technologies.

Our investee companies hold leadership position in the organized markets and have seen market share expansion through product and pricing actions. Growing market size through formalization of the economy. Our investee companies have sufficient war-chest to fight business disruptions.

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  • As per IMF World Economic Outlook Report, October 2022, India will be the fastest growing economy amongst the top 10 countries in terms of GDP (current prices) of 2022.
  • For the year 2023, even as some of the largest economies falter, India will still be one of the largest and fastest growing economy.

India at a glance

India ranked 1st in digital payment transactions globally. Digital transaction value shot past $1 trillion mark in FY 2022

World’s largest rural broadband connectivity. One of the lowest rates for mobile data in the world

Production Linked Incentive Scheme (PLI) to boost domestic electronic manufacturing

70000+ recognized startups. A Unicorn (a privately-owned startup with a valuation of over $1 billion) is created every 10 days.

Under ease of doing business, from 35 days to start a business in 2014, now it takes only 18 days. This has improved India’s ranking in ease of doing business from 142 in 2014 to 63 in 2019

Introduction of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code of India has ensured improvement in India’s rank in World Bank’s Resolving Insolvency Index (Ranks) from 136 in 2017 to 52 in 2020.

The nation now offers one of the lowest corporate taxes in the world. It is 22% for existing domestic companies whereas 15% for new manufacturing companies set up after 1st Oct 2019. Retrospective taxation is removed.

Goods & Services Tax (GST) with uniform tax rates on goods & services is seen as one of the largest tax reform in the history of India.

FDI inflow at all-time high of $83 billion in 2021-22.