The top five brands are Coca-Cola, Pepsi, General Motors, Nestle, and Johnson & Johnson.
In fact, each of the top five Indian brands was listed by Forbes India in the top 10 brands in the world, according to the company’s annual list.
The list of the Top 50 Brands in India was published in January.
India is a huge market for Indian brands, and it is the country’s largest consumer market.
However, it is one of the least saturated markets for brands, with the share of brands in this country having fallen by 12% since 2010.
It is important to note that the list does not take into account brands that are currently not available in India.
It does not include brands that were unavailable in India in 2016, such as KFC, McDonalds, and J&Q, or brands that had already been discontinued.
India is home to a number of food and beverage brands.
The largest is the KFC, which accounts for 70% of India’s total exports.
The other brands are Coca-Cola (46%), Nestle (24%), General Motors (18%), Dell (15%), Johnson & Johnson (10%), Korean (7%).
In terms of global market share, Kmart (32%) is the most profitable, followed by Apple (31%), H&l (28%), Walgreens (27%), and CVS (26%).
There are also Kool (11%), Mazda (9%), Rockefeller (8%), Lemon (6%), Beverage (5%), Jamba Juice (4%), Pepsi (3%), Gatorade (2%).
Other Indian brands in Forbes India’s Top 50 include Panther (38%), Chase (33%), Citrus (30%), Burley (29%), Eco (22%), Delhi (21%), Red (17%), Andes (13%), Soylent (12%), Zaragoza (08%), Yogurt (05%).
India ranks among the top ten countries for economic growth in 2020, with a growth rate of 1.7%, according to a report from McKinsey & Company.
The report said the country will experience a 4.2% growth rate in 2021 and 4.5% growth in 2022.