Why are Indian businesses so much slower in getting products into the hands of consumers?

India’s ecommerce market is not expected to grow significantly by 2021, as its business model has not adapted to changing consumer habits, says Nandan Nilekani, a managing director at the World Economic Forum’s Indian office.

But, he says, the country’s economic growth has slowed markedly over the last few years, which may have affected Indian businesses’ ability to get products to consumers.

“We are not yet ready to say we are going to be a $50-billion-a-year economy.

We are just starting to look at the economy and business fundamentals,” Nilekane said in an interview with The Hindu.

“I think in the longer term, I think India is a very attractive country to invest in because of the quality of the local economy and the quality the services and the education system,” he added.

In the past, India has been one of the fastest-growing economies in Asia, overtaking China as the second-largest economy in the region.

But its slow growth has become a concern as it struggles to grow its domestic and international trade.

According to a survey by the National Council for Applied Economic Research, India’s gross domestic product contracted by 0.9% in 2016, and by 0