How to Establish a Business in India: Choosing a Low-Risk Entry Model

Posted on 07.31.15

How to Establish a Business in India: Choosing a Low-Risk Entry Model

India is well-positioned to take advantage of the rising cost of doing business in China and other countries in Asia. In contrast to many other Asian markets, foreign investors find government support for industry, low labor costs and a massive unified market in India. Foreign companies can take advantage of these conditions to reduce operating costs, diversify workforces or supply chains, and access new consumer markets.

Despite these bright prospects, India has earned a reputation as a difficult place to do business. While this reputation is not unfounded, business challenges in India are manageable. This issue of India Briefing Magazine explores the market entry options that allow foreign investors to test the water before diving into the Indian market.

In This Issue

  • India’s new eBiz Portal: All You Need to Know
  • Establishing a Liaison Office in India
  • The Advantages & Disadvantages of Running a Liaison Office in India

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India Briefing- July 2015









Dezan Shira & Associates is Asia’s largest independent business advisory and tax services consultancy, specializing in advising international businesses on their corporate structuring and on-going compliance for their Asian investments.

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This magazine was originally published by Asia Briefing.

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