India will soon be in the midst of its most significant tax revolution since 1947. Here is a primer as to how the coming of this new structure will transform business as usual for Indian companies and foreign firms.A small car helped French carmaker Renault make a big impact in India. Compact hatchback Kwid became a runaway success as soon as it launched in late 2015 and helped ...

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As an international trade consultancy firm, with clients abroad, we have helped pave the way for many foreign products into the Indian market. One of our areas of passion is introducing sustainable products and solutions in the hospitality industry.The hospitality industry, in particular, is infamous for its exorbitant pressure on resources as it caters to thousands of guests e ...

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On Tuesday, 21st March, the Arsha Consulting team attended the ‘Invest in India’ conference. The event, jointly organised by the Canadian Consulate and the ICBC, was part of a road show covering 4 major Indian cities, starting with Bangalore, then Pune, Mumbai, and finally Delhi.The Canadian Consul General in Bangalore, Jennifer Daubeny, gave the welcome speech, after which Bri ...

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The Invest in Canada conference will take place tomorrow, 21st March in Bangalore and is jointly organised by the Canadian Consulate in Bangalore, the Indo-Canadian Chamber of Commerce (ICBC) and the Bangalore Chamber of Industry and Commerce (BCIC).This event will present to Indian companies, the possibilities of investing in Canada and how to access this market. The conferenc ...

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India is a country that’s racing into its tomorrow, growing at a dizzying pace in every respect. Its burgeoning economy is contained in the stark reality of its ever-growing cities. Each year millions migrate from the country’s rural parts to its cities in search of jobs and a better life. According to estimates by 2030 India’s cities will be home to 40% of its population and w ...

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It is the world’s cities that are today the hub of human activity. More than half of the world’s population lives in cities now and this number is only surging further. So, how our cities grow under this tremendous pressure is a concern that affects us all.It is no wonder then that cities were a topic of discussion at the World Economic Forum that saw business and political lea ...

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Jean-Marc Ayrault, French Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development is currently in Bangalore on a four-day official visit to India. He began his visit on Sunday, with a meeting with Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi with the aim to strengthen bilateral ties between India and France. They discussed various issues concerning the two countries including defence ...

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International players have increasingly made their presence known in the Indian hospitality sector. Even as the global hospitality industry experiences a lethargic growth, and China, that huge Asian market, shows very grim promise of growth, India is becoming the go-to destination in Asia.In fact, of all the growth in the hospitality space in India, international hotel chains i ...

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In an economic milestone, India, the world’s largest democracy has overtaken Britain to become the world’s sixth largest economy now. The country has achieved this lead over the UK for the first time in 150 years. Its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is only behind that of the US, China, Japan, Germany and France.A key reason for this development has been the slump in the English e ...

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Earlier this month two of the world’s largest democracies – India and the United States–exchanged strategic ‘handshakes’ even as India was designated as a ‘Major Defence Partner’ of the US. The outgoing US Secretary of Defence Ashton Carter was in India where this unique status was bestowed on it strengthening bilateral ties between the countries. The status will mean deeper co ...

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