"Under these circumstances India has to find it's own level," Jaitley, who arrived here on Sunday on a two-day UAE visit, said.
"Despite adverse global circumstances, India is still managing to keep ahead. We have our agenda full in terms of reforms and investment into key areas," he said adding that the government has opened up more sectors for investment.
"You cannot be continuously inward-looking," the Finance Minister said.
"One aspect of India, which is adversely affected, is our exports because of shrinking global economy. The headwinds are against us. We have also had bad monsoon for two years,"
Jaitley said.
He said that an interesting change is taking place in India with the expansion of aspirational class. "We are in a situation which is opposite to many parts of the world. We have a surplus human resource which is creating huge Indian diaspora around the world," he said.
In the next 20 years, the spread of people of Indian-origin is going to hugely increase around the world, he noted.
"They are becoming good residents of these counties and are also happy at India's growth. The assertion and visibility of Indians is on the rise and will continue to be so," Jaitley said.

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