Bilateral ties between France and India strengthen as President Emmanuel Macron makes a successful visit to India. We discuss developing prospects in the renewables, nuclear energy, defense, and manufacturing sectors.
India and Iran have agreed to a DTAA, although details of the arrangement are awaited. We discuss the rapprochement in bilateral relations, post-sanctions, and growing trade and investment opportunities in the region.
India is large, very diverse, and has a lot of sensitivities – understanding these cultural and political nuances is key to doing business successfully in the country. The article highlights the recent visit by Canadian PM Trudeau as a useful case study.
German investment in India is rapidly growing. Here, we look at major sectors attracting German FDI, scope of bilateral trade, and increasing opportunities for German manufacturing, SMEs, and startups in India.
While some foreign observers have overlooked India’s federal budget this year, it takes on increased importance ahead of the election fight in eight states this year, and the general elections next year.
Indian cities are classified purely on the basis of their population size. Accordingly, foreign companies that are interested in locating in a Tier II or Tier III Indian city should carefully consider their options.
India’s startup ecosystem is quickly maturing as new companies adapt technological solutions to local challenges and emerging markets.
Bengaluru, formerly called Bangalore is known as the Silicon Valley of India. Here we briefly profile the city, and provide key information for expatriates looking to work and live in Bengaluru.