India market caps: Which companies are now worth what?

The Indian market cap is up by over 3,500 percent in 2017, and that’s after the recent global economic slowdown, which has also led to a massive surge in new entrants.

While the marketshare has dropped over the past few years, many have been left behind by new entrants, including Netflix, which is now worth about $15 billion. 

India’s biggest companies are among those that have risen in value this year.

Amazon, Facebook, Netflix and Netflix India are all worth a combined $13.5 billion.

In terms of market cap, Netflix India has risen to about $11 billion, according to research firm IDC.

Amazon India is also a hotbed of new entrants as it recently acquired media and e-commerce firm Flipkart for $3.3 billion.

India’s next-largest company is Tata Motors, which in January surpassed Tata Steel as the country’s largest automaker.

The top five Indian companies are:1.

Amazon – $13,872 billion2.

Flipkarn – $11,958 billion3.

Tata Motors – $9,724 billion4.

Tata Steel – $8,908 billion5.

Hindustan Unilever – $7,838 billionSource: Time A similar trend has been seen in China, where the value of the companies has increased significantly over the last two years.

Amazon has jumped from $1.8 billion in 2016 to $19 billion this year, according a study by IDC, while Flipkarna is worth more than $4.5 million.

India, however, still lags behind China when it comes to the value added by new companies. 

It’s worth mentioning that India is a very diverse market, with some of the most valuable companies in India and abroad.

 For instance, the country has over 4.3 million internet users, but only a handful of those are in the country.

It has also seen an influx of startups in the past year.

There are more than 200 startups listed on the NASDAQ stock exchange.

India has a population of more than 6.5 trillion people, and the country also has over 5 billion internet users.

The country has a growing middle class with nearly half of the population living in urban areas, while the rest of the country remains rural.

The country also boasts of a booming IT industry, with more than 3.5 lakh startups registered on the India Stock Exchange.