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"We were all disappointed when the U.S. team didn't qualify," said Brian Perkins, vice president of global marketing for Budweiser at Anheuser-Busch InBev. "But two-thirds of the sales of Budweiser globally are sold outside of the U.S., so actually the bigger part of the business is international, and that's where all the growth is coming from as well.
India's higher education sector has supplied some of the world's best talent. The CEOs of some of the biggest Fortune 500 companies--Microsoft, Google, Mastercard, and Adobe--are a product of the Indian higher education system. The landscape has also expanded over the past decade--from 436 universities in 2009–10 to 903 in 2017–18 and from 26,000 colleges to over 39,000.1 Student enrolment, at 36.6 million, is the third-largest in the world, next to China and the United States.2 Besides, India is already in the middle of the "demographic dividend" with a surge in its younger and working-age population, which is estimated to become the world's largest by 2030.3 India is expected to account for about 20 percent of the total young talent pool supplied by the non–Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) G-20 countries.4