India is one of the fastest-growing emerging economies in the world. In 2020, despite the blows from the Covid-triggered crisis, India attracted an FDI of USD 64 billion, significantly jumping from 2019, when a total FDI of USD 51 billion was invested in India.
India is one of the biggest IT markets in the world and sizable portions of the FDIs are invested in the growing ICT sector. Likewise, other emerging sectors such as manufacturing and retail are also increasingly attracting international investments in India.
Going forward, India will continue to consolidate its position as a global growth driver in the world economy. This will also entail increased international investments.
From starting a simple trade or liaison office to set up an LLP (limited liability company) or registering a company (Under Company Act, 2013), there are multiple ways through which international entities can enter India.
In this post, we will learn more about the various ways through which a foreign investor can set up in India.
Liaison Office / Representative Office
LLP (Limited Liability Partnership)
Pvt. Ltd Company
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