Post-liberalisation in 1991, India pronounced itself a destination for global business by opening its international borders for trade and commerce. Following this, India experienced unprecedented growth and has become an integral part of the global economy and a preferred destination for services and outsourcing.
The growth in the Indian economy is led by an expanding middle class, rapid urbanisation, poverty alleviation and building much-needed physical and human infrastructure; these factors contribute to being significant opportunities for foreign investors and MNCs to expand their markets and be part of a booming economy.
To help global companies understand the Indian business landscape and to assist them as they evaluate business opportunities in India, BDO in India is pleased to present 'DOING BUSINESS IN INDIA - A Tax & Regulatory Guide', encompassing several important dimensions of the regulatory environment and indicators for setting up a business in India.
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