India’s technology sector has been a hot topic this week after a new government report said that the country is in a bubble.
The report was released in a series of slides and a video clip titled The future is nacre.
India’s saffron and diamond markets are booming, and India’s manufacturing sector is growing at an annual pace of 4.6% annually, according to the Economic Survey 2017.
The Indian government also reported that India’s gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 1.9% in the second quarter of the year.
That growth rate, however, is down from the 3.7% growth rate reported in the third quarter of 2017, and is likely to be in line with the 4% growth seen in 2016, according a Reuters report.
The new government also made it clear that it will continue to push the country towards higher growth targets, including an annual growth rate of 10% by 2022.
The Nadellas report, however,, is the latest reminder that India has been facing a long-term stagnation in the sector.
Last year, India’s economy was valued at $19.6 trillion, according the World Bank.
The sector accounted for about 16% of the country’s GDP.
India has been struggling to make inroads in the tech industry since it opened up to foreign investment in 2002.
The country is now home to about 40,000 companies that have invested in the technology sector.
The report noted that the number of Indian-owned companies that are publicly traded is just under 20,000.
India, which is already facing some of the highest debt levels in the world, is also one of the most dependent on foreign currency, according ToM, a non-profit research organization.
The growth of Indian companies has helped it out of a crisis, with an average of around 1.6 times the rate of growth of the rest of the world in the last five years, according The Economist Intelligence Unit.
The economy, however is expected to contract by 3% this year, with a forecast of an annual contraction of 5.1%.
The outlook is further bleak with the World Economic Forum forecasting that India is set to be the second largest economy in the global market in 2022.
In a recent interview with the Times of India, Narendra Modi, the prime minister of India’s largest state, Bihar, called the tech bubble a problem that will take time to resolve.
Narendra told the paper that he wants the tech sector to become a sustainable industry, and he will work to address the problem, adding that the government would soon be able to bring the sector back on track.
In an interview with CNBC on Wednesday, the Prime Minister also addressed the problem of a lack of jobs in India’s tech sector, and said the government plans to create at least 100,000 new jobs in the next three years.