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India is pushing forward and there is no holding back in its determination to be a giant power in  the global markets. Indian economic exodus started just a decade ago and it has reached on its  peak and became one of the world’s most rapidly growing markets and the country has climbed  up on top of the chart of most attractive countries to invest. India opened its door to foreign  investors and offered exciting trade opportunities for American companies. To provide  specialized assistance to United States exporters, the India Business Centre (IBC) was  established.  “India’s high population is one important economic key indicator.  United States companies’  interest in India is growing because of the country’s rapid economic growth and population of  1.3 billion, ranking second to China as the country with world’s largest population. India’s gross  domestic product (GDP) is increasing between eight and nine percent per year, making it one of  the fastest-growing economies in the world. “(Barry, 2008) India with FDI inflows increased by 250 percent, from $6.7 billion in 2005 to $16.9 billion in 2006  and have estimated inflows at $15.3 billion in 2007 places the country to the second most  attractive country to invest, continually attracting investors in the high value added services  industry sectors, particularly financial services, and information technology companies. There is  also need to consider India’s Corruption Perception Index (CPI Index), which currently is 3.5,  ranking 72. India has slight yearly improvement though since the past five years. India is undeniably an attractive country for investment. There are also many reasons that can  make the United States investors want to export goods in India. India and the United States are  both interested in importing and exporting different products, this will allow a good picture for  Wal-Mart to enter the market. The United States has a more intense hand on regulations for  what is allowed on store shelves compared to many countries. India’s infrastructure is 
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