India is one of the world’s fastest growing economies. The country offers many opportunities to invest.
India continues to experience a climate of pioneering and optimism. With the “Make in India” campaign, the Indian government wishes to attract foreign investors to the country and create an upturn in the Indian economy. The country is rapidly opening up its markets to foreign investors, offering them attractive conditions and subsidy programs. Combined with a campaign to simplify its bureaucracy, the largest democracy in the world is facilitating market entry for European investors.
With more than 1.2 billion people, India is one of the world’s fastest-growing economies. The country offers an incredible range of possibilities, but is also faced with difficult challenges. The growth of the Indian economy has enabled an increasing number of Indian companies to invest in Europe for purposes of their own diversification and sustainable growth. Germany, with a recorded trade volume of EUR 16.1 billion, is one of India's most important EU trading partners and an attractive target country. Indian investors are warmly welcomed in Germany.
The German legal system turns out to be one of the most complex and comprehensive legal systems in the world. "Doing Better Business in Germany" provides an initial overview and gives readers the information needed to better judge and prepare the demand for tax and legal advice regarding their investment and exporting projects.
Foreign investors need to be aware of certain particulars of the German market. An overview can be found in our brochure "Cross-border Mergers & Acquisitions in Germany - A Transaction Guide for Foreign Investors."
In addition to the legal aspects, the brochure also deals with cultural differences and possible pitfalls that may occur during a transaction.