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Indians most optimistic about growth prospects: Survey

India has emerged as the most optimistic country globally with respect to growth prospects in the coming time. According to a global survey conducted by research firm Ipsos, 53 per cent Indians are confident about the country's future and are hoping that in next one year the economy will revive, Financial Express reported. It quoted Ipsos India Head Marketing Communication Biswarup Banerjee, "A majority of them (Indians) are very hopeful that post the general election in the first half of 2014 the country will have political stability, good governance and economic growth."

India has emerged as the most optimistic country globally with respect to growth prospects in the coming time. According to a global survey conducted by research firm Ipsos, 53 per cent Indians are confident about the country's future and are hoping that in next one year the economy will revive, Financial Express reported. It quoted Ipsos India Head Marketing Communication Biswarup Banerjee, "A majority of them (Indians) are very hopeful that post the general election in the first half of 2014 the country will have political stability, good governance and economic growth."

The survey was conducted across 20 countries and included over 16,000 respondents.

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