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 is finally shaking off its isolation and attempting to rebuild its regional relations with Central Asian countries. In this article, Chris Devonshire-Ellis looks at India’s developing trade ties with Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Iran, Russia, the EEU, and the SCO.
India and Russia may be far apart from each other geographically, but there are increasing business opportunities between the two. Read to know about the opportunity sectors.
Businesses planning to import or export from India must understand the stages involved in the process, the regulatory framework and documentation required.
Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and Tamil Nadu are the leading investment destinations in India. This article gives an overview of the ports, SEZs, and the industrial incentives available for manufacturing activities in these states.