The Modi government in India recently went public with its latest Union Budget. Here are some implications for the defence sector, based on the address of the Finance Minister, Mr. Arun Jaitley.
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Building a joint venture in India as a foreign enterprise
A quick look at the pointers for foreign companies considering the possibilities of a joint venture with an Indian enterprise.
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We take a look at biometric technologies that are fast becoming the new way to ID people and grant secure access to sensitive areas.
IKEA's Custom Retail Strategy for India - Part 2
This is the concluding part of a two-part story on how IKEA is armed with knowledge designed to woo the Indian customer, as it readies to open the first of its megastores in Hyderabad.
How IKEA is Customising its Retail Strategy to Appeal to Indian Customers - Part 1
Taking a look at how IKEA is armed with knowledge designed to woo the Indian customer, as it readies to open the first of its megastores in Hyderabad.
Helicopters for Civilian Use in India
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The Trouble With MRP Labelling in India
Global single-brand manufacturers who sell products sourced directly from suppliers around the world, can no longer manipulate prices. In this context, MRP has become an unnecessary obligation that makes it difficult to do business in India.
A Look at India’s New and Improved Defence Procurement Policy: Part 2
Part 2 of our two-part series, which highlights some of the more significant changes to India’s Defence Procurement Policy (2016), and seeks to identify clauses of particular interest to foreign OEMs, who are interested in taking advantage of opportunities presented by India’s rapidly modernising defence sector.
A Look at India’s New and Improved Defence Procurement Policy - Part 1
India released a long-awaited, modified Defence Procurement Policy (DPP) in 2016 which includes several new measures that are likely to improve the ease of doing business here. The document outlines a roadmap for how India will go about acquiring new defence equipment, with a promise to review it on an ongoing basis.