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.
Delhi’s state government has promised to end its license permit raj for restaurants in the capital and abolish unnecessary charges and compliance requirements.
In India, industrial licensing norms are mandatory for only selected industries.
The Companies Fresh Start Scheme 2020 and revised LLP Settlement Scheme 2020 will facilitate entities to complete their filing requirements by September 30, 2020.
Foreign companies looking to do business in India should perform a due diligence check to identify or prepare against any possible risk exposure.
Conducting thorough due diligence before doing business in India is advised for all foreign investors given the country’s complex market and regulatory environment.