Doing business in India

Today, India is the world’s largest democracy and the second fastest growing major economy. Higher disposable incomes, emerging middle class, low cost but competitive and skilled workforce, all contribute towards India being an appropriate choice for investors.

It offers political stability that is vital to foreign investments. Government agencies, which have a pro-business attitude, work closely with the business sector to promote economic growth. Investors can leverage on India’s trade network with its regional and bilateral free trade agreements with many trading partners.

A significant investment in infrastructure is taking place in India, particularly in the metropolitan areas. Coupled with this, India offers good living standards with a robust transport system, superior healthcare facilities and firstclass entertainment centres. India offers a very competitive tax regime and comprehensive network of Tax Treaties.

India offers a highly-rated human capital base recognised for its skills, knowledge and talent. Its financial system is well regulated and offers a broad range of services. Businesses can also tap into its developed capital markets as an alternative source of financing. The legal and judicial system here is robust and efficient, thus, businesses can count on India’s rigorous enforcement of laws. India has great work ethics and a very professional way of operating.

In India, PwC comprehensive portfolio of Advisory and Tax Regulatory services presents a basket of finely defined deliverables. Providing organisations with the advice they need, wherever they may be located, our highly qualified, experienced professionals, with sound knowledge of the Indian business environment, listen to different points of view to help you solve business issues and identify and maximise the opportunities you seek. Our industry specialisation allows us to help co-create solutions with our clients for their sector of interest. We are located in Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi NCR, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai and Pune.

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