Investment opportunities in India


Invest in India

India is a land of opportunities

Earn from the land of opportunities

 

 
 

 

 

 

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Indian market today is reshaping the world’s economy. India’s gross domestic product (GDP) has crossed the trillion dollar mark in 2007 and is currently in 4th position (PPP) after US, China and Japan. Investment in almost every sector (Education, Food, Energy, Health Care and Retail) of the Indian economy has a promise of high returns that has caught the attention of investors and businesses across the world.

India offers a stable, prosperous foundation to grow one’s business. It offers rich business opportunities and markets to non-resident Indians (NRIs) for new products and services. It is one of the fastest, easiest and lucrative investment destinations in the world to set up business. India is the second-most profitable destination, according to UNCTAD’s World Investment Prospects Survey 2010-2012.

“India is clearly becoming a more and more important player on the world stage in G20 context, in terms of its role in the global economy. It is very useful for us to exchange ideas and build the basis for future collaboration,” according to Mr Ben Bernanke, Chairman, US Federal Reserve

 

“India is clearly becoming a more and more important player on the world stage in G20 context, in terms of its role in the global economy. It is very useful for us to exchange ideas and build the basis for future collaboration,” according to Mr Ben Bernanke, Chairman, US Federal Reserve

 

India is also expected to be the second largest manufacturing country in the next five years, followed by Brazil as the third ranked country, as per Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Ltd (Deloitte).

The Government of India has relaxed foreign direct investment (FDI) regime in sectors including multi-brand retail, single-brand retail, commodity exchanges, power exchanges, broadcasting, non-banking financial institutions (NBFCs) and asset reconstruction companies (ARCs) in 2012 to attract more and more direct investments.

 

The continuous upsurge in foreign direct investments (FDI) in India, allowed across the industries and sectors, has proven that foreign investors have faith in the resilience of Indian markets figuring significant facts of India.

 

During 2012-13, India attracted FDI worth US$ 22.42 billion. Hotels and tourism, pharmaceuticals, services, chemicals, real-estate, construction, etc., received the highest amount of FDI. The major contributors to the Indian FDI were Singapore, Mauritius, the
Netherlands and the US.

 

The Government of India liberalised the FDI regime in about a dozen sectors, including telecom, power etc and have also relaxed investment norms in multi-brand retailing. The foreign direct investment (FDI) is attracted considering the significant facts of India . India would require around $1 trillion in the next five years to overhaul its infrastructure sector such as ports, airports and highways to boost growth. Opportunities in Indian Industry is a key factor to become a destination of foreign investors.

 

Entry Strategies for Foreign Investors

 

STARTING OPERATIONS IN INDIA NEED FORMATION OF COMPANY

 

The company can be formed:

 

AS AN INDIAN COMPANY

 

 

A foreign company planning to set up business operations in India has the following options

 

  • Joint Ventures

                  or

  • Wholly Owned Subsidiaries

 

AS A FOREIGN COMPANY

 

Foreign Companies can set up their  operations in India through

  • Liaison Office/Representative Office
  • Project Office
  • Branch Office

FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI) POLICY

 

FDI under automatic route is now allowed in all sectors, including the services sector, except a few sectors where the existing and notified sectoral policy does not permit FDI beyond a ceiling.

 

Automatic Route:

 

No prior approval is required for FDI under the Automatic Route. Only information to the RBI within 30days of inward remittances or issue of shares to Non Residents is required.  RBI has prescribed  a new form, Form FC-GPR (instead of earlier FC-RBI) for reporting shares issued to the Foreign Investors by an Indian company.

 

Government Approval:

 

Foreign Investment proposed not covered under the ‘Automatic Route’  are considered for Governmental Approval on the recommendations of the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB).

 

Foreign Investors

Non Resident Indians

Application for such cases are to be submitted in FC/IL form or on plain paper to Foreign Investment Promotion   Board (FIPB) in Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India North Block, New Delhi 110 001.

Non Resident Indians are required to submit their proposals to the Secretariat for Industrial Assistance (SIA) Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, Government of India for consideration of FIPB.

 

 

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Pre investing guideline:

 

Foreign investors are required to seek governmental approval before investing in India. Some approvals are automatic, though application is required for those approvals. Special Permission could be obtained to invest over and above the regular percentage allowed. See our FDI in India Sector wise Guide for more information on various conditions of investing in India.

 

 

Our Services

 

FDI & Related Legal Matters

 

All foreign investments or businesses set-up in India have to adhere to various legal compliances and statutory procedures mandated by the Indian Laws. We provide comprehensive Planning, Advisory and Structuring services along with assistance in preparation and execution of documents and compliance of statutory procedures and formalities under the following statutory provisions –

  • FEMA – Foreign Exchange Management Act – regulating the inflow and outflow of foreign exchange.

 

  • RBI – Reserve Bank of India – regulating the deficit or excesses in foreign exchange reserves and overall money market.     

 

  • FIPB – Foreign Investment Promotion Board – a specific regulatory authority for considering foreign investment (FDI) proposals into India.

 

  • SIA – Secretariat of Industrial Assistance – appropriate statutory body considering FDI proposals requiring certain industrial clearances.

 

  • DIPP – Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion – policy making and implementation authority for industries including industries through foreign investments.

 

  • Industrial Licensing Act – statutory body considering and sanctioning industrial licenseswherever applicable.

 

  • SEZ/EOU – Special Economic Zones / Export Oriented Unit – or free zones – are given special benefits and tax holidays and other fiscal incentives.

 

Contact us For :

All legal services regarding Doing Business in India

  • Incorporating in a company in India
  • Opening a Branch Office
  • Opening a Project Office
  • Setting up Joint Ventures in India
  • Setting up a Subsidiary in India
  • Negotiating Agreements
  • Setting up Outsourcing in India
  • Drafting Agreements
  • Negotiating Agreements
  • Setting up Outsourcing in India
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Arbitration proceeding
  • Real estate project

 

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