Journey of Indian businesses through 2022, and expectations from 2023

Indian small and medium businesses have experienced a journey full of profits and losses. When on one hand, industries were recovering from the pandemic losses and just started to get back on track, while inflation, geo-political conflicts, global recession, and constant repo rate hikes hampered their growth on the other. However, according to the stakeholders, their journey of covid-19 recovery has been average and they expect better and more profitable business from the coming year 2023.


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