Early this November, India’s capital city, Delhi, was engulfed in a toxic smog for over a week. Here we explore some of the contributing factors behind the city’s worsening air quality, measures to tackle it, and the impact on businesses.
In the 2015 financial year, Italian companies invested US$334.7 million into India. In this article, we explain how India’s tier II cities are attracting Italian manufacturers, and highlight the active role Italy can play in India’s “Smart Cities” initiative.
Last year, India’s federal government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the demonetization of high value currency. Here we take stock of the policy’s genesis and its major outcomes.
Improving diplomatic ties between Italy and India are giving rise to new economic opportunities for Italian businesses. In this article we breakdown bilateral trade between Italy and India and explain why India’s improving business climate is attracting an increasing amount of interest from Italian firms.
In this edition of India Briefing Magazine, we make the case for why now is the right time for foreign firms to invest in India’s IT sector. India is the world’s leading outsourcing destination, and its IT sector is updating its SMAC capabilities, and up-skilling the existing labor pool.
Make in India was launched in 2014 by Prime Minister Modi to transform India into a manufacturing powerhouse, and boost investor interest. Here we assess what has been Make in India’s real impact on the ground – what has worked for the program and what needs to get done.
The BBIN Motor Vehicle Agreement will help businesses across Bangladesh, India, and Nepal develop more cost and time effective supply lines and distribution channels, even as Bhutan has presently chosen to opt out of implementing the pact.
Digital India is vastly under-prepared for cyber-attacks that are becoming increasingly common. In this article, our partner, MitKat, describes India’s digital vulnerabilities and ways foreign companies can anticipate subsequent cyber-attacks.