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India’s financial system is so complex and intertwined that many people are still unsure of how to manage one.
A recent study by a consulting firm and an insurance company showed that only 11% of the country’s 8.2 million people are fully aware of how the financial system works, the Times of America reported.
In India, the financial sector is not just an industry.
It’s the heart of the nation’s economy.
That is, unless you’re a young entrepreneur or a woman.
“A lot of our young women entrepreneurs, they’re not really comfortable with financial responsibility,” said Anna Narayan, an economist and author of “India’s Big Money” (Yale University Press).
“They feel like they’re in a bad way, that they’re being used.”
It’s not just a problem for young people.
According to a 2015 study by McKinsey & Co., one in six Indian women had no financial experience.
That means that many are more vulnerable to financial pressures and can be more easily exploited.
And even if they do have experience, they may not have any means to pay for it.
A recent McKinsey study showed that for a typical Indian family of four, an average student has to make more than $11,000 to meet basic expenses.
That works out to around $2,500 a month.
“If they can’t afford their first month’s tuition, they can go back to school for the next month, but if they can afford the next two months’ tuition, then they’ll have to go back,” Narayan said.
The study also found that for the first time, a quarter of Indian women have had to take out loans to pay back their parents.
“They’ve done it with a lot of people they’re close to, and they’re going to do it again and again,” Narayan said.
In addition to financial worries, some women also have problems finding work.
Many women have been working part-time jobs in the informal sector, like cleaning and hairdressing, for years and are now forced to start a family.
For some women, the choice is so difficult that they may take matters into their own hands.
The government, which is supposed to be the backbone of the economy, has been struggling to provide adequate support for women in the financial industry.
A 2015 report by the Economic Survey of India, which surveyed 1,000 financial professionals, found that only 8% of them had access to financial education.
The report also found widespread financial insecurity, which means that the government has been spending millions of rupees to help people get out of debt.
The report also showed that more than half of the Indian women surveyed had had to go into debt because of their family situation.
“There’s a lot that is out of the control,” said Gopal Narasimha, who runs a financial consultancy.
“The government’s not helping, the companies aren’t helping, and the banks aren’t supporting.”
India’s financial sector has struggled to cope with the influx of migrants from outside the country.
Since 2011, the number of people seeking help from the government to pay off debts in India has more than tripled.
“In 2016, the total number of migrant labourers came to over one million,” said Nirmal Kumar, the countrys chief economist, in an interview with Reuters.
“And of those, half were from India, while the other half were migrants from Bangladesh and Nepal.”
More than a quarter (27%) of the migrant workers in India are in the formal sector, which includes the banking, finance, insurance and real estate industries.
The industry accounts for nearly one-fifth of India’s GDP, and accounts for about 20% of all the foreign direct investment that flows to India.
The Indian government estimates that the country has invested over $3 trillion (2.7 trillion euros) in the sector, including $1.5 trillion (1.1 trillion euros).
The government is also attempting to increase the flow of foreign direct investments to the country by increasing the amount of foreign currency available for purchase of Indian debt.
In 2019, the government launched a new policy aimed at boosting the flow.
In an effort to boost the flow, it also launched a credit card system, known as the “India Card.”
India has now seen more than a half a billion new card holders.
“We are very, very worried that people are going to start using these cards,” Narasibha said.
“Because they have very little awareness about the credit card.
And if they are going out, they are not going to be able to repay the money they borrowed.”
While it may seem like the country is in trouble, many people still believe that things will get better.
“I am confident,” said Kumar, when asked about India’s chances of recovery.
“But if I were a betting man, I would say we are probably still a few years away from recovery.”
In an interview, Narasiba,