Multinational firms planning their 2021 investment budgets should consider India with its potential for long-term growth.
India extends production-linked incentives for 10 flagship sectors, including automotive, food processing, and white goods to boost manufacturing investments and exports.
India serves as an attractive trade and investment partner to the US, but there remain several untapped areas of growth.
Through incentives rolled out in its latest manufacturing policy, Tamil Nadu wants to raise production output to US$100 billion by 2025.
The Indian Railways is making it easier to track freight consignment, access information on various discounts and schemes via its new portal.
India Inc. expect the restart of business operations post lockdown to improve overall capacity utilization but profitability will suffer due to low demand.
India is keen to review its FTA with ASEAN to ensure fair and reciprocal market access and address concerns over misuse of the application of rules of origin.
The south Indian state of Andhra Pradesh recently unveiled its new industrial development policy – promising key tax breaks, setup incentives, and subsidies.