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The Telecom Sector: an Exciting Prospect for Businesses and Investors

The Telecom Sector: an Exciting Prospect for Businesses and Investors

The telecom industry is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world. With more and more people buying smartphones, the sector will only see growth in the coming years. FDI in telecom sector in India contributes significantly to the industry’s growth in our developing nation. It has further enhanced due to advancements in technology and a slew of investor-friendly reforms. Overview: The telecommunications industry in India is the second-largest globally, with a total subscriber base of 1.17 billion. The total…

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Biotechnology: How India Plays a Pivotal Role in the Global Ecosystem

Biotechnology: How India Plays a Pivotal Role in the Global Ecosystem

India is gradually emerging as a key contributor in the worldwide biotech environment. FDI in biotechnology in India puts the country among the top 12 favorable destinations for foreign direct investment (FDI) globally and makes it the third-largest in the Asia-Pacific region. It is fast becoming the foremost hub for contract research, clinical trials, and biotech manufacturing. It will be a crucial contributor to India’s goal of becoming a $5 trillion economy by 2024. Biotech industry classification The Indian biotech…

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A Comprehensive Guide to the Merits of FDI in the Retail Sector

A Comprehensive Guide to the Merits of FDI in the Retail Sector

India’s retail sector is the fourth-largest in the world in terms of economic value. It is one of the most competitive market segments and requires a large amount of capital to maintain its growth. The retail sector contributes 10% to India’s GDP and employs 8% of the country’s population. Some of the key reasons for India being one of the fastest-growing retail markets globally are Rising consumer population Increasing urbanization of villages and cities More connections with rural consumers Higher…

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Why Is FDI Important For The Agricultural Sector

Why Is FDI Important For The Agricultural Sector

Here we explore why FDI is necessary for a country’s economy and especially for India’s agricultural segment, which sustains the livelihood of the majority of India’s population. Agriculture is the central pillar on which the nation is built upon. It sustains the country’s entire population and contributes significantly to its income. To enhance this sector, FDI in agriculture sector in India has always been a primary focus of every government. An overview The agriculture sector accounts for nearly 19 percent…

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How to Expand Your Business Using Funding From Abroad

How to Expand Your Business Using Funding From Abroad

There is unrealized potential within every business. This is true for every nation, especially for businesses in a developing country like India. It remains that way due to a variety of reasons. For example :       Shortage of capital       Market sentiment       Laws and regulations       Capacity of the workforce Barring the factors you cannot directly affect, one way to address the lack of funds for your business is by gaining…

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