When the oil price is the only thing holding you back from making a dent in the global oil glut
A new survey by Bloomberg News and the International Monetary Fund found that for most Indians, the biggest problem facing the economy is not the oil glut but the lack of access to safe, affordable and affordable fuel.
The survey, conducted by the Indian Institute of Development Studies (IIDS), asked respondents, “How much do you believe India’s current situation is an oil-related threat?”
It also asked the question, “What do you think is the greatest risk to India’s oil and gas industry?”
In the survey, the answer was: “More than half of respondents do not think it is an issue.
For many Indians, access to cheap fuel is a big concern.
Most respondents, however, also say they believe India is in a stronger position now than it was when it was in the middle of the global recession.
In a sense, India’s low oil price has given the country a respite from the crisis, especially as the cost of living is much lower than in other developing nations.
In other words, the oil shock is having a positive effect on the economy.”
According to the IIDS, the world’s top oil exporter is China, followed by the United States, Saudi Arabia and Russia.
The country is in the midst of a two-year slowdown, and the IIES survey showed that nearly half of the country’s adults are currently experiencing low income or low wealth, while more than one in five people are in poverty.
It also showed that India’s overall unemployment rate stands at 12 percent, a record high.
The IIDS survey also revealed that India has the lowest per capita consumption of petroleum in the world, with an average of 0.7 litres per person per year, according to the United Nations.
In terms of per capita income, India is second only to Qatar with a per capita GDP of $8,957.
In terms of population, India has 1.38 million people, according the IIGS.
The IIDS says that in 2017, the country was at a per-capita income of $14,766, about 0.1 percent of the world average.
The question that the IIds respondents were asked to rank among the top three global issues for the Indian economy was the lack or lack of oil access.
“The problem of poor access to oil in the country has been a major issue in the current economic and political crisis,” said Shrikant Nambiar, the IISS director.
“In the past few years, the Indian public has grown increasingly concerned about the lack and shortage of energy resources and the consequent negative economic impact.
The recent oil price shock has helped people to gain some perspective and to start questioning their economic situation.
In the end, this is the time when people can start taking responsibility for their own economic fate.”
In addition to India, the other top three most important issues for India’s economy were the need for affordable and clean electricity, a stable and prosperous environment and access to the right to health.
In that respect, the IIIDS survey found that India had the highest percentage of people who say they want to go to a public hospital.
The third most important issue for India is climate change, which India is grappling with right now.
The survey showed the number of people in India who believe that climate change is an important issue is growing.
The number of respondents who want to work on reducing greenhouse gas emissions is also growing.
The IIIDS also found that a quarter of the respondents in India believe that the country will need to do something about its corruption.