Make in India

Make in India · 04. March 2020
India has emerged as the fastest emerging global economy in the world and is also poised to enter the league of the top three super economic powers soon—supported by the government’s futuristic policies and growing foreign investments. According to a report, India registered GDP growth at 5% in 2019-2020. It is the world’s third largest startup base with a labour force expected to reach over 170 million by 2020. Additionally, India’s foreign exchange reserves were USD 448.59 billion...
Make in India · 04. March 2020
One of the largest foreign investments in a Greenfield setup in India was witnessed by Andhra Pradesh recently, when Indonesian paper giant, Asia Pulp & Paper, pledged $3.5 billion to building one of the biggest paper mills in the world. FDI investments into India continue to grow at an impressive rate. And a significant chunk of them are being dedicated to Greenfield projects. But setting up a new facility in India is filled with challenges of its own. The purpose behind setting up a...
Make in India · 04. March 2020
If you are a foreign organization which is unfamiliar with India, then business incubation is a great place to start. The challenges that outside businesses face when they arrive in India go beyond differences in culture. India is huge in terms of its diverse aggregation of cultures and consumer preferences, lengthy bureaucratic procedures, permits, licenses, approvals and tax compliance. That is why global entrepreneurs may often feel overwhelmed with the prospect of entering the Indian...
Make in India · 04. March 2020
The current version of the Union Budget was created in the backdrop of a rising fiscal deficit, stress on the financial sector, and lower-than-normal GST revenue. The Finance Minister’s strategy had to be a mixture of reform ambition and fiscal prudence. In that respect the intentions of Budget 2020 are clear and unambiguous. Despite the sizable challenge of growth hurdles, fiscal deficit has been limited to 3.8% in the last financial year. The target for FY 20-21 too, has been set at 3.5%...
Make in India · 03. February 2020
According to a new survey report, India’s production growth has seen tremendous growth during December 2019 owing to healthy demand conditions and new product drives. The IHS Markit India Manufacturing PMI claimed that the country’s manufacturing output increased at a significant pace in December 2019—which is the fastest in the last 10 months. The PMI reading increased to 52.7 in December 2019 from 51.2 in November 2019. As per the report, “an index reading of above 50 indicates...
Make in India · 03. February 2020
Entrepreneurship is rapidly evolving with time in India. Young prodigies are taking over the market with their revolutionary ideas while setting up futuristic business units in different parts of the country. As a result, manufacturing has now emerged as one of the most lucrative sectors backed by the government’s policies. However, manufacturing plant set up in India is way trickier than you might think due to a variety of factors. In-depth due diligence needs to be performed before taking...
Make in India · 07. January 2020
The Indian FMCG sector is slowly rolling the wheels down as it shifts gears to catch up with the growing trend of wellness in the country. This fad has had a large chunk of consumer population today who are ready to pay what it takes to see healthier options on their platter. It however isn’t even restricted to any particular class or group. Consumers are actually adjusting their budget to invest money on healthy food items. According to a report by Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce...
Make in India · 07. January 2020
India’s FMCG sector has undergone a substantial transformation in the past few decades owing to a number of factors such as rising income levels, changing consumer behavior, and urbanization. The future of the industry is quite positive also as major players seem to gain huge post GST implementation. The rural consumption has surpassed the industry expectation as modern retail is set to grow 3 times in the next 5 years. Increase in disposable income and change in lifestyle choices are two...
Make in India · 07. January 2020
The Indian pharmaceutical industry has a variety of characteristics that help it stand out from the rest. It has branded generics dominating the retail market with a share of about 70-80%. Local players are ruling the roost thanks to early investments and formulation development capabilities. And, last but not the least, low price levels driven by a really strong domestic competition. Enhanced medical infrastructure and growing income levels are two key factors that are driving the growth in...
Make in India · 20. December 2019
According to a recent report by Baker McKenzie, India is poised to mark M&A deals of over USD 52 billion in 2019. This proves that India’s mergers and acquisition scene is way more stable than other countries currently battling a stiff headwind. One of the major reasons behind M&A stability in India is growing private investments owing to promising business environment. Baker McKenzie’s Global Transaction forecast has also predicted that India’s GDP will grow by 7% between 2019...

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