Large investments in specific investor-friendly Indian states have created regional hubs for major automobile manufacturing units and ancillary industries. We discuss the three main clusters located in south, west, and north India.
We discuss why India is such a strong auto components sourcing hub, and how firms invested in India save up to 10-25 percent on operational costs, compared to setting up in Latin America or Europe.
India’s mobile app economy is thriving, showing a 41 percent annual increase in growth in the first quarter of 2018 and leading global app downloads – ahead of US and China.
Industry is the second largest consumer of water in India after the agriculture sector. We discuss the challenge of industrial water sourcing in India and approximate costs by state.
Investment opportunities in India’s rapidly developing supply chain networks are growing – benefiting from planned infrastructure spending and indirect tax reforms. We discuss incentives, plans, and reforms impacting key areas.
India announced its plan to develop 175 GW of renewable energy by 2022.
We discuss the tax and fiscal incentives that have benefited investors and producers in India’s solar and wind sectors, and challenges of any roll-back.
India’s IT sector boasts of rapidly evolving technology and software capabilities, improving digital infrastructure, and various tax and fiscal incentives. We discuss the growing opportunities for SME investors.
Delhi’s restaurant industry is marked by intense competition, unclear laws, and high rental rates. Here we discuss the recent crackdown on non-compliance in the sector.