Asia expected to contribute 60pc to global growth by 2030: Ambani
Asia expected to contribute 60pc to global growth by 2030: Ambani

Mukesh Ambani, chairman of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), stated on Wednesday that the Asian region is likely to contribute approximately 60% of global growth by 2030.

Ambani stated at the Asia Economic Dialogue (AED) 2022 that the twenty-first century will belong to Asia because the world economy's centre of gravity has shifted to there. He stated, "By 2030, the Asian region is expected to generate approximately 60% of world growth." "Asia is paving the way for a more equitable global economy." The gap between development and democracy is narrowing. "This is a very positive trend," Ambani said.

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