Chinese investment in India has been held up in several sectors as proposals remain subject to tightened scrutiny. Here’s what we know of the latest developments.
We explain India’s standard operating procedure for foreign direct investment proposals requiring mandatory government approval.
Foreign direct investment in limited liability partnership (LLP) has opened new avenues of opportunities for many foreign companies to enter India.
Karnataka will now have an affidavit-based approval system, which is part of the amended Karnataka Industrial (Facilitation) Act.
India has relaxed certain provisions with regards to hiring independent directors on boards of entities – benefiting both private sector and state-owned enterprises.
Maharashtra has rolled out several incentives, including single-window clearance, to attract foreign investments into its green/orange/red zone industries.
India’s Consolidated FDI Policy, 2020 came into effect October 15, 2020 and formally includes all the changes introduced since the last policy was rolled out in 2017.
We explain how India’s FDI policy change will impact the approval route for investments from China.