Invest in India News

  • Investment News India update & National Manufacturing and Investments Zones across India

    Investors in India have every reason to be confident with the Indian government. In a plan to encourage more investments, the government plans to set up National Manufacturing and Investments Zones across India. These Zones are meant to offer investors proper infrastructure, a dynamic exit strategy, green and clean technologies support, investment incentives and an environment that encourages business with a friendly approval mechanism. The commerce and industry ministry hopes to be able to achieve greater manufacturing potential that can create jobs.

  • Foreign Direct Investment in Andhra Pradesh, India

    Andhra Pradesh attracts foreign direct investments in India in the Property, petrochemicals, Automotive, textiles, Aerospace, renewable energy, food processing and the leather sectors. Its employment intensive sectors of the economy aim at ameliorating the imbalances that exist. A policy framework aimed at invigorating the MSME sector in the state is geared towards attracting green energy investments. With readily available resources, prominence in Andhra Pradesh has been laid on small scale industries that generate employment.

  • Foreign Direct Investment in India consistent

    Foreign Direct Investment in India is mainly being brought by increased consumer confidence and positive sentiment around the world. India remains the third largest country in terms of direct FDI.  The Indian government confirmed today that it won’t review its FDI policies for its banking sector. It had been widely expected to pronounce changes in the Indian banking sector. With this refusal to review its FDI, some entities such as HDFC have had to do with their foreign entity status.  These banks had earlier requested a clarification of the issue.

  • wind-power project in Gujarat by Vestas India and Sustainable Energy Australasia

    Vestas India and Sustainable Energy Australasia Limited are in discussion to set up wind-power projects in India. At this time Vestas have proposed a 6.6 Megawatt wind farm to be jointly developed in Vandhiya, Gujarat.

    Gujarat state has a total power generation capacity of 13565 MW with thermal power accounting for 78% of the generation. Renewable energy sources account for 12% of the State's power capacity. The state government recently unveiled a new policy to enourage further solar and wind energy development.

  • Indian corporates' sports passion

    The Indian sports scene has changed dramatically on the back of the Indian Premier League. Coupled with the trend taking place in the United Kingdom and other countries, it has become somewhat of a status symbol for wealthy individuals to own sporting teams.