We discuss how India’s efforts to develop its green economy and overcome key sustainability development challenges offer foreign companies various profitable business opportunities.
We discuss key outcomes of the India-US Trade Policy Forum (TPF), which concluded its 14th Ministerial-level meeting in New Delhi on January 12, 2024.
The Mumbai Trans Harbour Link or Atal Setu Nhava Sheva Sea Link is India’s longest sea bridge, which drastically shortens the distance between Mumbai and Navi Mumbai to 20 minutes. It will also connect with the arterial Mumbai Pune Expressway.
Both Gujarat and Maharashtra offer investors advantages and challenges. The choice of the optimal location depends on various factors such as business goals, sector-specific interests, market prospects, supplier connections, local partnerships, regulatory and financial considerations, and risk tolerance.
This article explores India Malaysia trade ties, highlighting collaborations, challenges, and prospects for economic growth.
DPIIT, India’s trade & industry promotion body, highlights key schemes and economic milestones that facilitate the country’s foreign investment climate, including support for export-oriented production, reduction of compliances, expanding the industrial base, and financing for startups and MSMEs.
To succeed in India, businesses are advised to conduct a market feasibility study to pick investment-friendly and cost-effective destinations best suited to their enterprise needs. We discuss key parameters for this pre-entry strategy.
Situated in the south-central region on the Deccan Plateau, Telangana state offers streamlined clearances and personalized incentives for businesses. We outline key considerations for foreign companies exploring market entry into India.