Economy and Investment

India is one of the richest countries in the world with natural resources due to its diversity of forests, rivers, mountains and plains in addition to desert. The main resource is land and water, with 54.3% arable land, 21.6% Its main crops include rice, sugarcane, cotton, vegetables, spices and jute, contributing 13.5% of the GDP and comprising nearly 50% of the workforce.

India's industrial sector accounts for a large share of the labor force, accounting for about 13% of GDP, contributing 26.3% of GDP, with high rates of copper, iron, coal, lead, gold, petroleum, fabrication, fertilizers , Chemical materials in addition to spinning and weaving, and exports many products, the most important of which are precious stones, heavy engineering equipment, vegetables and tea.

The Indian government is looking to invest in a number of sectors, ranging from 25 sectors, including infrastructure, cars, oil and gas, renewable energy, mining, railways, chemicals, civil aviation, defense, health care, etc. India is an important country attracting more investments, Growth is expected to rise well in the coming years.

India's railways, insurance and defense industries are open toforeign investment. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Moudi has repeatedly stressed that the Gulf region is important to India, especially in the fields of economy, energy and security in India.