Placement
Real Estate
Export of Formulation of Pharma Products
Export of Dermatological Creams
Import of Used Oil
Food Products
Chips for Cold Storage and Mobiles

 

Overseas investors are looking at India as an attractive investment destination owing to the prospects of high returns. A number of Corporates and Multi National Companies from all over the world have established business in India and have expanded over the years.

India has witnessed a number of success stories - both Indian and multinational firms have registered higher profits, increased turnover and higher sales over the years. This has induced them to reinvest profits and inject fresh capital into their processes in order to reap the benefits of the India growth story.

Investments have been made by corporates across the board and almost all the sectors have seen inflow of funds. Global players such as Daimler Chrysler, General Motors, Ford, LG Electronics, Samsung, Sony, Amway, Tupperware, Pepsico, McDonald's, IBM, Oracle, Microsoft, Aviva, Nortel, Nokia among others have benefited from their operations in India and have made expansion plans for the country. The companies plan to expand by way of product diversification, setting up manufacturing base in India, increasing the existing production capacity, establishing research centres in India, etc.

The reform process initiated during the late eighties and early nineties have begun to show their impact and India is taking huge strides in the course of growth and development. However, recognizing that there is no room for complacency, Indian policy makers are moving ahead with due caution and at the same time integrating India with the global economy.

Advantage India

* World's largest democracy
* Stable political environment and responsive administrative set up
* Land of abundant natural resources and diverse climatic conditions
* Second most attractive FDI location in the world
* Healthy macro-economic fundamentals
* Cost competitiveness; low labour costs
* Large pool of skilled manpower reforms; strong knowledge base with significant English speaking population
* Young country with a median age of 30 years by 2025
* Huge untapped market potential
* Investor friendly policies and incentive based schemes
* Progressive simplification and rationalization of direct and indirect tax structures
* Reduction in import tariffs
* Full current account convertibility
* Compliance with WTO norms
* Well established judiciary
* Robust banks and financial institutions.