“I am taking the helm in times that are both exciting and challenging. As an economy, India stands out as a robust economy amid global headwinds. Even as the world’s major economies face the threat of recession, India’s economy is growing at between 6.5 and 7 percent,” Singh said.
He stressed that the chamber would continue to engage with government, center and states, leading academics, economists and business leaders to find solutions to the problems that can arise in a rapidly changing global economic and political landscape.
Singh studied at the Indian Institute of Technology – Delhi, where he received a degree in engineering, and received his Master’s degree in Business Administration from Cornell University in the US. He also has a bachelor’s degree in
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