#Putting it in Context, #Yearend 2015
India’s economic story in 2015, notwithstanding small hiccups, has been very encouraging to say the least. The GDP growth from 7 per cent in the second quarter to 7.4 per cent in the third ensured India retains its position as the fastest growing major economy in the world.
#Yearend 2015, #Guest Columns
Economic and commercial relations between India and Singapore have increased substantially in the twenty first century especially after the conclusion of the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement in 2005.
#September 2015, #Opinion
Groundbreaking attempts have been made by governments across the world to recoup more tax revenues than ever before.
#INDIA-UK, #Special Edition – May 2017
‘India Global Business’ analyses UK-India relations and identifies key areas of cooperation that the two countries must build upon and key areas of divergence that they must bridge in order to fulfil the potential of the relationship.
The potential of the relationship is massive, but India and the UK are barely scratching the surface. The optimism that the two countries would sign a trade deal in the immediate aftermath of Brexit and signal closer all round ties has waned considerably but leaders and analysts on both sides remain confident about the future.
#2016, #Special Edition - November 2016, #Other Highlights
Nirmala Sitharaman, India’s commerce minister, maintains a punishing 14-15 hour daily work schedule. Over the last two years, she has been in the thick of the action and has earned a reputation for being a tough task master and a committed reformer.
#2016, #October 2016, #Special Edition - November 2016, #Other Highlights, #More from this edition
In August 2016, the UK government issued further consultation on the rules affecting the taxation of non-UK domiciled individuals and inheritance tax on UK residential property. In the lead up to the final legislation which will follow the consultation, a tax expert delves into the impact on Global Indians.
Draft legislation includes details of wide-ranging changes to the tax landscape for so-called “non-doms” and UK residential property, due to take effect from 6 April 2017.
#May/June 2016, #2016, #Global Indians
Sudhir Ruparelia is among the wealthiest businessmen in Africa, with an estimated net worth of $800 million. The Ugandan-born entrepreneur and investor if the chairman and majority shareholder of the Ruparelia Group which has a wide investment span across banking, insurance, education, broadcasting, real estate, hotels and resorts. His story is unique in that his family was among those expelled by Ugandan dictator Idi Amin in the 1970s but decided to return to the country to set up his business empire.
#May/June 2016, #Africa, #2016
Uganda and India share a strong trading relationship but the country is now keen on redressing an imbalance with the help of greater Indian technological support. The country’s investment chief lays out the landscape of what future ties between the two trading nations can look like.