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Companies which represent the possibilities of Indian FMCG Growth

Type Start Date Last Rebalance Date Index Value
Sector Research 03-Mar-2014 28-May-2018 213.10

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India's robust economic growth and rising household incomes are expected to increase consumer spending to US$ 4 trillion by 2025. The maximum consumer spending is likely to occur in food, housing, consumer durable, and transport and communication sectors. The Indian FMCG companies have performed better than international peers and registered double digit growths. The massive young population, especially in urban areas, are spending on apparel, lifestyle, foods, accessories, Malls, beverages and many more. With a structured tax regime like GST, FMCG sector is now a definitely a multiyear play for investors.


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