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.
India’s medical devices industry can attract up to 100 percent FDI. However, companies should be careful when planning their entry strategy and must have a thorough understanding of the industry’s regulations.
In this edition of the India Briefing magazine, we make the case for why now is the right time for foreign firms to invest in India’s IT sector. India is the world’s leading outsourcing destination, and is updating its SMAC capabilities and up-skilling the existing IT labor pool.
In this week’s Market Watch, we discuss the boost to India’s retail segments coming from the long festive season from September, the country’s ranking by the WEF, and India’s push for making and using electric vehicles.
Manufacturers, entrepreneurs, and India’s tech industry are investing in artificial intelligence and automation technologies to enhance productivity and streamline work processes. Here, we discuss what is AI, how is it a disruptor for industry, and its role in India’s future economy.
In India, industrial licenses are regulated by the IDRA, 1951 Act, This article serves as a primer about the scope of the Act as well as industrial licensing norms, which are mandatory for only selected industries in India since the liberalization and deregulation of its economy in 1991.
Given the ongoing rapid spread of internet connectivity and smartphone usage in India, the country’s digital payments industry has become more attractive for investors. This article illustrates the major factors shaping the online cash and payments sector in India.