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Why India

India is the world's seventh-largest economy by nominal GDP and the third-largest by purchasing power parity. According to the IMF, on a per capita income basis, India ranked 139th by GDP and 118th by GDP in 2018.

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India Resources
We've compiled some of the most compelling, informative and relevant reports, articles, case studies and white papers from leading research firms, legal experts and universities on doing business in India.

  • Understanding impact on consumer behaviour due to COVID-19

    Many organisations across industries such as tech, auto and transportation saw ripple effect of supply chain disruption on day to day operations and earnings while many industries such as retail and banking, responded quickly by pivoting
    to digital channels to maintain
    their connect with customers.

  • Start-Ups: What you need to know

    A startup is faced with a number of issues that have to be dealt with in order to grow into a successful organization. Apart from planning the most effective business strategy for the company, the startup needs to look at the regulatory environment, various legal issues, and the laws of the country where the start-up is proposed to be set up. In addition to this, the startup will also need to examine the regulatory and tax regimes of locations it plans to do business in.

  • Global Technology Governance Report 2021:Harnessing Fourth Industrial Revolution Technologies in a COVID-19 World

    The emerging technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution have a vital role to play as we recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and rebuild our economies. While these technologies can help drive enormous social breakthroughs and economic value, they can also potentially be misused.

  • EASE OF DOING BUSINESS REFORMS IN INDIA: RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE LEGAL PERSPECTIVE

    Regulatory and policy reforms have been at the top of the agenda for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the NDA government since 2014. Over the past five years, the government has carried out numerous reforms aimed at improving the ease of doing business in India.

  • ECONOMIC SURVEY 2020-21 VOL.1

    Economic Survey 2020-21 is an ardent tribute to the immortal human spirit of grit and compassion encapsulated by the tireless battle against the pandemic by our frontline COVID-19 warriors.

  • ECONOMIC SURVEY 2020-21 VOL.2

    Economic Survey 2020-21 is an ardent tribute to the immortal human spirit of grit and compassion encapsulated by the tireless battle against the pandemic by our frontline COVID-19 warriors.

  • North east india: Land of rising opportunities

    The North East (NE) of India comprising of the eight states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Sikkim, is a reservoir of rich natural resources and a beautiful amalgamation of different people and cultures.

  • Invest India: Research, Policies and Reports

    The Strategic Investment Research Unit (SIRU) is the research and analysis backbone of Invest India. SIRU is in-charge of creating a knowledge repository which is served as information resource to the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) and in the outreach and facilitation work of Invest India. SIRU’s primary task is creating a series of research reports and developing intellectual resources, both on-ground and online, that are at the cutting-edge of economic research.

  • Roadmap to 500 Billion Report

    $500 billion in two-way trade has come to be a shorthand for the aspirations of policymakers and industry leaders focused on growing the U.S.-India commercial partnership. USIBC Chairman Terry McGraw first unveiled the $500 billion target in 2012, and the idea took on momentum following then-Vice President Joe Biden’s visit to the Mumbai Stock Exchange in 2013. The timing was no accident—U.S.-India trade figures quintupled in the first decade of the 2000s, demonstrating the relationship’s vast potential.

  • 50 reasons to partner with india

    50 reasoms to partner with India.

  • India now business and economy. the connected consumer

    India is one of the largest trading partners of United Arab Emirates (UAE) with merchandise trade at US$ 53 billion and engineering trade at US$ 6.3 billion in 2017. UAE is the second largest destination for Indian engineering exports with ships, boats, and floating structures; iron and steel and its products; copper and its products, and electric machinery being the major exported product groups. In order to further push the engineering exports from India, EEPC India led a delegation of over 50 Indian companies to Big 5 2018 in Dubai.

  • India Now Business and Economy. The Luxe Edge

    As a founding member of the WTO, India has remained a strong votary of the multilateral trading system, with its principles of consensus, inclusivity, and transparency. The country has been strongly taking forward issues under the Doha Round of trade negotiations since 2001. India retains its stance on the need for openness and transparency in global trade amidst the growing global trend towards protectionism. T

  • India Now Business and Economy. Rural India The Next Growth Destination.

    India's textile sector is one of the oldest industries in the country's economy, and it dates back several centuries. With close linkages to the agriculture sector, India's textile sector has strengths across the spectrum, from hand-spun and hand-woven textiles to capital-intensive, sophisticated mills.