How to Establish a Business in India: Choosing a Low-Risk Entry Model – New Issue of India Briefing Magazine
- India’s new eBiz Portal: All You Need to Know
- Establishing a Liaison Office in India
- The Advantages & Disadvantages of Running a Liaison Office in India
In the first article, we examine the government’s new eBiz portal. This portal provides single window processing for a number of essential government-to-business (G2B) services, including many registrations and licenses required for company set-up. Next, we provide a step-by-step guide for setting up a liaison office (LO) in India, an entity that allows foreign companies to establish a footprint while keeping their legal, financial and administrative commitments low. Finally, we conclude by examining the strengths and weaknesses of India’s LOs.
Doing business in India can be challenging, but foreign investors have good options to manage these challenges when entering the market for the first time. With support from local specialists, foreign investors can find the best path to India for their business.
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