India is India, and the country is now home to almost 200 million people, according to the World Bank.
But if you’re like me, you’re not a fan of India.
India has a long way to go to be considered a truly global power, and it’s a country that can do little to make that happen.
This week, the country’s economy grew by 2.2 percent in 2017, but the number of people with no formal education has grown by nearly 1 million in the past five years.
That’s not a bad indicator of a country in decline.
India has been growing at a slower pace for years, but it is slowly growing at an alarming rate.
The country’s per capita income was $9,000 in 2017 — roughly a third of the United States.
The rate of inflation was also higher than the United Kingdom, which has a lower average income of $12,000.
While India’s economy has grown faster than the U.S. in recent years, it has slowed in recent decades.
In 2014, India’s growth was about 4.5 percent, a huge improvement from the 7.6 percent that it achieved in 2010.
But the country has now experienced a 10-year growth rate of less than 1 percent.
That slowdown has contributed to a massive increase in poverty in India, according the World Food Program.
The Indian government is doing little to alleviate the situation, and there are still thousands of people in the country who do not have enough to eat.
The poverty rate in India has also risen to 15 percent.
India’s growing inequality is also troubling.
In 2015, India ranked second in the World Economic Forum’s global inequality index, behind only China.
In 2017, the world’s wealthiest country had a staggering $5.3 trillion in assets, according data from the United Nations.
That includes more than half of the world economy and over half of all U.N. members.
India is a member of the World Trade Organization, but that doesn’t mean that the country does not have problems with the rules of trade and currency.
In fact, India has become a favorite place for foreign companies to set up factories.
According to the International Trade Institute, about 90 percent of the companies in India are owned by foreign investors.
The number of foreign-owned companies has doubled since 2010, and now numbers nearly 400,000, according a study by the Institute for Policy Studies.
Despite its poor growth numbers, India is not entirely without challenges.
The economic boom has helped fuel a huge influx of immigrants from the rest of the developed world, with the United Nation estimating that the population has nearly doubled since 2000.
India’s migration policies, including quotas on immigration, are also causing a large economic slowdown.
As a result, India can’t keep pace with the rest, which is creating economic challenges for the country.
While India’s economic growth has been slow, the government has made some strides in helping the country become a global power.
The government has set up an International Monetary Fund (IMF) that is tasked with helping India’s foreign lenders, and has a program that allows India to borrow money from international lenders for loans to local businesses.
This has helped India’s business sector grow more than double in the last five years, and India’s debt has fallen by more than 70 percent.
India may not be the fastest-growing country in the developed economy, but its growth has helped its economy become one of the fastest in the developing world.
India should be the envy of the developing countries in the region, and its success could mean more jobs for local workers and companies.