India is the first country in the world to make corporate social responsibility (CSR) mandatory, following an amendment to The Company Act, 2013 in April 2014. Businesses spend over a billion dollars of their profits in areas such as education, poverty, gender equality, and hunger programs.
Liaison office is a popular option for foreign businesses looking to enter the Indian market. Here we discuss how to set up a liaison office in India.
India eased norms for single brand retail FDI, allowing them to fulfill their local sourcing requirements by procuring goods produced in SEZs.
Foreign investors entering into joint venture agreements with Indian partners should understand India’s regulatory and tax landscape as well as perform key due diligence checks before incorporation or agreeing to a partnership.
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Prospective companies and investors seeking to enter the Indian market must carefully consider their options for investment. Here, we outline the functions and requirements for setting up liaison offices in India.
The government of India has introduced new FDI norms for single-brand retail, coal mining, contract manufacturing, and digital media. In this article, we provide a roundup of all the changes.
Companies operating in India or planning to set up should pay close attention to the changes made to the Companies Act to understand legal implications as well as to ensure the smooth running of their business.