You’ve shortlisted India as a potential new market. Understanding its entry requirements, business laws in India, taxes in India, and customs considerations is key to ensuring success in the Indian market.1
India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world. The UK is the third largest investor in this country, exporting goods worth £6.35 billion, and services valued at £2.24 billion in 2014. English is widely spoken, and rising personal incomes are creating a new middle-class consumer market.
Take advantage of the opportunities in India by understanding the tax and legal requirements of doing business there.
The Department of International Trade (DIT) has created an easy-to-use guide to doing business worldwide. Its information on India includes:
- Getting finance to fulfil an export contract
- Getting paid
- Legal considerations
- Shipping your goods
- Entry requirements
- DIT contacts
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