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Disruption Threat of Tiles Industry in India

Tiles industry in India is not facing any major disruptive threat from any other product. Products like Marble/Granite are costly compared to tiles and they have their own unique high-end consumers who would never move into tiles. Wooden flooring (laminated) is at a nascent growth stage (mainly used as a highlighter) and is costly as well due to which it might take years for the product to gain strong meaningful traction in the Indian floor market.

Source: ZebraResearch 

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Growth Factors of Exchange Industry in India

Factors that indicate a healthy growth in the Exchange industry are
1. Increase in number of listed companies
2. Shift from physical assets to financial assets (eg. mutual funds)
3. Increase retail participation
4. Govt approval for EPFO to invest in equity market
5. Growth of data related business
6. Development of corporate bond market
7. Development of International Exchange

Trends in Exchange Industry in India

Major Trends observed in the Exchange industry are:
1. Shift from physical to digital assets
2. Decrease in Investments in FDs, Bonds & cash.
3. Rise in Mutual Fund Investments
4. Rise in outstanding corporate bonds
5. Rise in global annual future & options volume
6. Rise in global commodity derivative market
7. Shift in Equity Cash Segment & Equity Derivative Segment turnover from BSE to NSE
8. Increasing contribution of trading from Tier-2 cities

Regulations of Tiles Industry in India

Major regulations in the Indian Tiles Industry are as followings
1. Implementation of RERA to protect the interests of industry players
2. Reduced GST rates to augur demand for new houses
3. Unorganised industry shifting to natural gas due to regulatory requirements
4. Ban on use of coal gasifiers by NGT (National Green Tribunal)
5. Various government initiatives that boost the demand
6. Various licenses and clearances required for business commencement

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