In the yet another issue of EICC, we bring to you a new India with new governance and policies. Since the last Trade and Investment Partnership Summit, a lot has changed. From the time Prime Minister Narendra Modi took charge on May 26, he has launched several programmes and campaigns to improve the business climate here for both domestic and international investors. Make in India and Skill Development are the two key focus areas of the new government. The issue further talks about the India-EU relations discussing the challenges and prospects. Additionally, it elaborates upon the latest strategies and the relevant sectors promoting EU-India relationship.
For over 25 years, Anju Enterprises has brought in authentic Asian flavours to French and European market. Having built a strong distribution network across Europe, they take pride in the sturdy relations with each of their suppliers and customers. As the next generation now successfully brings its expertise to the business, the family sits together … Continue reading Anju Enterprises →
The year 2014 marks the 10th anniversary of the European Union-India Strategic Partnership Agreement signed during the Fifth EU-India Summit in The Hague. For EICC, this is significantly important as the Chamber was founded in the same year along with TIPS to promote trade and economic relations between India and the European Union. In analysing … Continue reading EU-India Partnership →
To attract foreign investment and spur India’s local manufacturing sector, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s pet campaign ‘Make in India’ was launched. Working on challenges such as the stringent land acquisition law for the international investors, the movement looks forwardd to upsurging growth and employment in the sector. The Independence Day speech by the new Prime … Continue reading Make in India →