Market Entry News Bytes
Sannam S4’s Research & Partnerships Division presents this monthly newsletter with key updates from India on economy & reforms, manufacturing, and other recent developments with respect to market entry, mergers & acquisition and joint ventures in India and other updates on Make in India affairs.
Please feel free to contact us if you are doing or exploring business opportunities in India. We offer a fully integrated suite of services delivered by one firm, to ensure continuity and business success in the market.

Bharat Rampal

Bharat Rampal
Head of Research & Partnerships
bharat.rampal@sannams4.com

Economy & Reforms

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India replaces France as world’s 6th biggest economy.

India, Uganda agree to boost economic, defence cooperation.

Make in India: Incentives for Electronic System and Design Manufacturing.

PM MODI inaugurates various healthcare projects at AIIMS.

Source: Livemint

Source: India Briefing

Source: India Today

Manufacturing

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India to start manufacturing bulk solar cells to power satellites in space.

Maruti Suzuki’s 2 crore (20 million) Make-In-India cars.

Mace India plans to set up manufacturing unit.

Make in India: Wistron to setup mega apple iphone factory in Kolar, the golden city of Karnataka.

Doing Business in India

(Market Entry, Mergers & Acquisition and Joint Ventures)

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Belarus looks to invest in India for spare parts, chemical manufacturers.

USG Boral invests $39 million in new manufacturing plant in India.

VW Group announces €1 billion investment in India.

Ferring Pharma to set up $250 million R&D, manufacturing facility.

Boost for Make in India

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This Rs 8,000 crore ($1.167 billion) solar scheme may help Indian firms boost manufacturing.

$1.6 billion respite for Indian polyester fibre and yarn manufacturers.

With United States trade under a cloud, China opens to Indian pharma.

Ericsson will make India its manufacturing hub.

About Sannam S4’s Research & Partnerships Division

Sannam S4’s in-house Research & Partnerships team is focused on supporting customers explore new markets. Our research involves strategically targeting potential consumers and partners to give you a clear view of the opportunities in the market.

The combination of our sector, business and in-market expertise, ensure you build a business model that is sustainable in the country by undertaking validation reviews of your local costs, margins and sales potential. The service differentiates itself from traditional research services in being fully bespoke and highly practical in nature.

For more info on the range of our work, click on our Research & Partnerships flyer or contact a member of the team.