Sannam S4’s Research & Partnerships Division presents this monthly newsletter with key updates from India on economy & reforms, doing business in India and recent developments with respect to Make in India.
Economy & Reforms
Cabinet okays 100 % FDI in single brand retail via automatic route
Govt mulls allowing 100 % FDI in private banks
Ease of doing business: Government targets 90 reforms to climb rank in World Bank’s report
Government estimates 9-11 percent IRR for renewable projects
Source: The Hindu Business Line
Source: Money Control
Chinese electric bus makers look to set up operations in India
Lava to invest over Rs 2,600 crore in manufacturing units in five years
With domestic market booming, Dell may expand manufacturing operations
Hindalco subsidiary Novelis to invest $300 million in auto aluminium sheet manufacturing plant in Kentucky
Doing Business in India (Market Entry, Mergers & Acquisition and Joint Ventures)
MPEDA and Swiss company tie-up develop organic aqua farming in 1000 hectares in Kerala
India’s first-ever FDI in fertiliser sector: Yara completes acquisition of Tata Chemicals urea plant
GoPro CEO Nick Woodman: New entry-level camera coming soon, will be ideal for India
Modi apples from Italy enter India through IG International
Naspers may partner Tencent to deliver $200 million to Swiggy
Eveready to form JV with Indonesia’s Universal Wellbeing
Adani to invest Rs 750 crore in edible oil refinery in West Bengal
Eveready plans to foray into confectionery segment
Lixil acquires Sentini Sanitarywares, to invest $65 million in Indian market
Future acquires Snapdeal’s logistics arm Vulcan Express for Rs35 crore
Samvardhana Motherson buys MS Group’s India business
Piramal Enterprises explores re-entry into Indian formulations business
Boost for Make in India
Trump Tower debuts in NCR with Gurugram project
Bosch group may open home appliance stores
Chinese bicycle sharing unicorn Ofo partners with Paytm for India services
Mahindra to make vehicles in Detroit from March
Research & Partnerships Division
Sannam S4’s in-house Research & Partnerships team is completely focused on supporting customers Explore new markets. Our research involves going out to the market and talking to companies, potential consumers and partners to give you a clear view on the opportunities.
The combination of our sector, business and in-market expertise then ensures you build a business model that is sustainable in the country by undertaking validation reviews of your local costs, margins and sales potential.
We create realistic and achievable market research road-maps for the companies who are looking for Explore Enter Expand into India.
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Head of Research & Partnerships
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