India: The Asia Pacific’s most aggressive spender

Around the world chief financial officers are putting into place spending plans for 2015. In the Asia Pacific, companies in India lead the charge among major markets when it comes to a desire to invest.

According to data from the latest American Express/CFO Research Global Business and Spending Monitor, Indian companies expressed more than double the confidence of Singapore, which just edged out Japan.

The infographic below, put together from data sourced from senior finance executives from companies with revenues exceeding $US500 million, explains more.

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Also available in pdf version.

The views and opinions expressed in this communication are those of the author and may not necessarily state or reflect those of ANZ.

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