Manufacturers, suppliers, and service providers associated with India’s drone industry are set to benefit from new regulatory reforms and PLI Scheme.
The electric vehicle industry in India benefits from 100% FDI allowed, new manufacturing incentives, and increased subsidies under FAME-II.
The account aggregator network enables efficient accessibility to financial data and empowers individuals with control over their personal financial data.
The Assam Electric Vehicle Policy, 2021 aims to achieve 25 percent EV market penetration by 2026 and includes incentives for manufacturers.
India allows up to 100 percent FDI under the automatic route for port and harbor construction projects.
Starting from 2023-24 for a 5-year period, it will benefit major steel players and downstream manufacturing MSMEs.
India has the third largest fintech ecosystem globally and 67 percent of more than 2,100 fintech entities in operation have been set up in the last five years.
The Maharashtra government facilitates adoption of electric vehicles through price drop incentives and subsidies for both consumers and manufacturers.