Invest in India -Guidelines

The growth journey of India that started in 2014 paved way for a glorious 2015 and for the years to come as India surpasses US and China to becomes the ‘most attractive investment destination’.
Confirming this fact is EY’s report Ready, Set, Grow. This report, organized in early 2015, is based on a poll in which more than 500 decision makers from global and multinational corporations participated.
Report hints at the stability and relaxed policies as the main reason for the business leaders to sit up and take notice of India as a powerhouse and an investment attracting magnet. Factors like microeconomic, political and social stability along with relaxed FDI policy rates as the top most reasons.
Relaxed norms, when combined with initiatives like ‘Make in India’ and ‘Digital India’, ensured that India moves up the Global Competitiveness Index. The world now sees India as their preferred destination when it comes to investments and the possibilities of starting up their operation from India, supporting the above said campaigns. Implementation of Goods and Services Tax (GST) and legislation on land acquisition have also played an important role.
Compare this report with the 2014 report and one can clearly see how far India has come to be the super star it is! The number of respondents who believe that India is sure to evolve as a regional and global hub for operations has moved up to 21 per cent as compared to 9 per cent in the last year.
89 per cent of the respondents polled believe that investments in infrastructure projects and smart cities projects will be a key factor in ensuring that this dynamic growth is supported by the much needed improved infrastructure for the development that is sustainable for the years to come. While about 62 per cent said they were looking at manufacturing, both to serve the Indian and global markets from India.
Industrial Policy and Promotion Secretary Amitabh Kant said: “We are determined to make India an extremely easy and simple place to do business…Our first priority is to do away with the many procedures and rules, followed by bringing in consistency and clarity in all our policies and tax regime and developing a world-class infrastructure.”

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