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.
Israeli investors are taking notice of Digital India as companies work to localize their products for new markets.
By Dezan Shira & Associates Following meetings with Indian trade officials in the capital Delhi, Russian Deputy Economic Development Minister Alexy Gruzdev stated that the two countries have approved the creation of a mechanism that will eliminate existing limits and barriers in bilateral trade. Gruzdev was summing up the conclusions of the meeting of the co-chairs of the Indo-Russian intergovernmental commission on trade, economic,[…..]
India has released a 76 point National Trade Facilitation Action Plan (NTFAP), under the WTO’s Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA). This article discusses how the TFA will ease doing business in India, reduce trading costs, and boost exports and imports.
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.