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Why is India Imperative?

 

Why is India Imperative?

 

What makes it imperative for British firms to engage more fully in India now is the dramatic transformation of its position in the global economy. With annual growth forecast at around 8 percent for the next two decades and a young and growing population with rising income levels; the Indian market provides a large consumption base for almost every product or service, from low volume to luxury items.
 

Contact

Sanjay Thakkar

 

Sanjay Thakkar

 

Partner
KPMG LLP (UK)

 

020 7311 2755 sanjay.thakkar@kpmg.co.uk

As part of KPMG’s commitment to the UK-Indo corridor “The India Imperative” campaign will focus on seven growth sectors, also endorsed by the UK and Indian Governments as key areas of bilateral trade. To download India-related publications relevant to your sector and to access any further information please click on the relevant sector links listed in the right-hand column.

 

KPMG in the UK’s dedicated India Practice works with our clients to help them succeed in India. Our industry sector expertise and our vast experience of doing business in this exciting market, mean that KPMG has the credentials to advise UK companies on their India strategy. From market entry and identification of potential joint venture partners; to tax planning, market consolidation and expansion projects, we have somebody to help your business at every stage of its India journey.

 

Please email india@kpmg.co.uk for any further enquiries. 

 

Doing business in High Growth Markets

Doing business in High Growth Markets

 

Watch the compelling new KPMG film on High Growth Markets to gain further insight and hear from our clients and our people on what it takes to succeed in this exciting economy

International Strategy

International Strategy

International Strategy and internationalization means different things to different businesses - from exporting goods, to manufacturing goods for import; from supply chain management, to supplying booming consumer markets in High Growth Markets; from tax structuring to structuring transactions. There is no one-size-fits-all strategy which comes with the guarantee of success.