India has identified specific manufacturing sectors where selected beneficiaries (mix of local and global firms) can tap into production-linked incentives.
Given the upcoming Virtual India-ASEAN Healthcare Trade Fair, we briefly look at the potential for trade and investment partnerships in the two regions.
India is forceast to become the third largest construction market in the world by 2025 as it seeks to modernize infrastructure, ensure affordable housing for all, and create ‘smart cities’.
We briefly profile the key segments open to foreign investors in India’s healthcare industry, including hospitals and medical tourism, diagnostics, and health insurance.
Telangana’s new electric vehicle policy will mobilize greater investment into EV component manufacturing and developing energy storage solutions.
Several policies rolled out this year support the capacity for manufacturing toys in India, including import hikes, QC checks, and setting up SEZs and hubs.
The Delhi Electric Vehicles Policy, 2020 will be valid for a period of three years and offers a range of incentives to promote widespread adoption and facilitate demand.
India is pushing for greater local production capacity and movement up the value chain in its medical device industry by improving incentives, regulation.