New Issue of India Briefing Magazine: Setting Up in India
Mar. 11 – In the new issue of India Briefing, we take a look at setting up liaison offices, project offices, Branch offices and private limited companies in India.
Investment into India is booming. Following the reelection of the Congress Party to power in 2009, the country is reaping the benefits of the market reforms being brought to the table by the now emboldened central government. And as a result of India’s focus on development, the door has now been thrown wide open to large amounts of foreign investment. In this issue of India Briefing we examine how to set up several different types of legal entities in India: the liaison office, the project office and the private limited company. We also take a look at the advantages that setting up in India’s special economic zones and compare incorporation requirements and business costs between India and China.
In this issue
Establishment procedures for liaison, project and branch offices
Establishment procedures for private limited companies
India’s special economic zones
India’s labor laws
Indian tax considerations
China and India incorporation and business costs compared
The issue is available as a PDF download in the Asia Briefing Bookstore.
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