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Stressing upon artificial intelligence, the NITI Aayog CEO said it can help to add $957 billion to the Indian economy by 2035
Given India's abundance in raw materials, low cost of labour and skills, and entrepreneurial abilities, the prospects to develop and make India a manufacturing hub are huge
Anti-Chinese sentiment followed by border clashes in LAC and implementation of FDI norms has left Chinese startup investors in a tight spot, but investors from elsewhere in the world are making big bets on India
The restrictions notably include investments from China. The immediate cause for bringing this amendment is to curb opportunistic takeovers or acquisitions of Indian companies during to the current COVID-19 pandemic.
The PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry will be hosting Indian-ASEAN Business Summit which will see participation from five out of 10 RCEP countries
The Indian government has been actively taking steps to transform the business landscape in the country. Recently, the government allowed 100% FDI in several sectors, including Oil, Energy and Infrastructure.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that "Democracy, Demography, Demand and Decisiveness" make India reliable for investors
Overseas Investment Destination: Why Foreign Industries are Looking for Joint Ventures with Indian Companies
Sectors where 100% FDI isn't allowed in India, a Joint Venture (JV) is the best route--giving a low-risk possibility for firms keen on entering the diverse Indian market, with multiple opportunities
Union Cabinet has opened doors for foreign investors to create employment opportunities in various sectors and stabilizing Indian economy through FDI influx
FDI laws have been changed to preserve MSME community which has been grappling to uphold the business
Though the tweak or clarification in the policy will reportedly hurt Amazon and Walmart-owned Flipkart the most, domestic e-commerce players have welcomed this move as the level playing field
We don't want India to be recognized as a country having a cheap labour force but as a country manufacturing world class goods