Sannam S4’s Research & Partnerships Division presents this monthly newsletter with key updates from India on economy & reforms, manufacturing, doing business in India and recent developments with respect to Make in India.
Economy & Reforms
India aspires to and moving towards a $5 trillion economy: PM Narendra Modi
Food ministry proposes hike in sugar import duty to 100%
Govt approves $4 million arms purchase plan
Maharashtra government’s policy: One-hundred-twenty-five logistics parks to come up across state
Wipro to set up $34 million manufacturing unit in Telangana
India attracting big aerospace manufacturers
China’s LONGi to invest $309 million in Andhra Pradesh solar manufacturing facility
Keen on manufacturing F-16V fighter jets in India: Lockheed
Doing Business in India (Market Entry, Mergers & Acquisition and Joint Ventures)
Amazon becomes first foreign e-commerce firm to enter food retail venture in India
World’s largest wheel maker, Maxion Wheels to invest $100 million in Indian arm
Crystal completes acquisition of Cytec India facility
Kia Motors may speed up India entry
Reliance Brands pips FirstCry.com to acquire Mothercare India rights
American chicken could finally gain entry into the Indian market
UK-based FinTech firms eyeing entry to India
Adidas ventures further into lifestyle gear with Zound deal
Source: The Hindu Business Line
Source: Outlook The News Scroll
Boost for Make in India
BMW Motorrad Sees India As Key Future Market
Huawei begins manufacturing Honor 7X in India under make in India initiative
British water filtration company ‘nkd’ to invest $5 million in setting up plant in India
India could be the first country to get Hyperloop One, Mumbai-Pune travel time to come down to 25 minutes
Research & Partnerships Division
Sannam S4’s in-house Research & Partnerships team is completely focused on supporting customers explore new markets. Our research involves going out to the market and talking to companies, potential consumers and partners to give you a clear view on the opportunities.
The combination of our sector, business and in-market expertise then ensures you build a business model that is sustainable in the country by undertaking validation reviews of your local costs, margins and sales potential.
We create realistic and achievable market research road-maps for the companies who are looking for Explore Enter Expand into India.
For more info on the range of our work, click on our Research & Partnerships flyer or contact a member of the team.
Head of Research & Partnerships
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