#July/August 2016, #2016, #Brexit Special
The India-UK economic relationship is an important one, and would continue to go from strength to strength as the UK exits from the EU, according to the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).
CII reaffirms its commitment to building trade and investment ties and positively enhancing business linkages with the UK.
There is an increasing level of Indian investment into the UK, and many of these Indian businesses are doing extremely well. A recent Grant Thornton/CII ‘India Meets Britain’ report noted that the number of Indian companies growing at over 10 per cent per year in the UK has jumped to 62 from 36 in the previous year. Telecom and technology companies have achieved phenomenal growth, for example HCL Technologies recorded a growth of 728 per cent.
#May/June 2016, #2016, #Commonwealth Watch
As the debate around Britain’s membership of the European Union (EU) enters its final few weeks before the June 23 referendum, our expert columnist flags up the reasons why India must take on a more decisive leadership role of another important collective – the Commonwealth.
#Year, #2016, #Global Indian
, Narendra Modi
, Make in India
, Ernst & Young
, Cobra Beer
, Lord Karan Bilimoria
India Inc. speaks exclusively to Lord Karan Bilimoria, the founder and Chairman of Cobra Beer, on his entrepreneurial journey and his experiences along the way as part of the Global Indian series.
#March/April 2016, #Putting it in context, #Year, #2016
, Narendra Modi
, David Cameron
, Boris Johnson
Uncertainty is the only certainty in these uncertain times. That is the reality of the European Union (EU) today. And that is a worry for the region and for a globally engaged India.