Chris Devonshire-Ellis examines the potential for India-Russia trade growth and opportunities in other untapped areas of investment if Delhi signs onto an EAEU FTA.
As India’s economy enters 2020 and aims for a larger profile in the global supply chain, it will need to deliver on key reforms to attract more investors.
Nikolay Kudashev, the Russian Ambassador to India has stated that Russia is looking forward to concluding a free trade agreement (FTA) with India and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).
Kolkata has emerged as a popular investment destination for foreign entities with the expansion of key industries such as trade, IT, and biotechnology.
In the second article in this five-part series, Chris Devonshire-Ellis examines India’s prospective free trade scenarios with its fellow BRICS nations.
Chris Devonshire-Ellis examines India’s free trade posture in this Op/Ed, which analyzes India’s position on the RCEP and the EAEU trade blocs.
India has opted out of the RCEP after failing to receive assurances on its concerns over market access, tariff relaxations, and non-tariff barriers.
India’s SEZs offer tax incentives to their resident businesses. In this article, we highlight key information relevant for companies setting up in an Indian SEZ or developing an SEZ.