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‘Half of Fortune 500 companies choose to outsource from India’

80% of European and US outsourcing firms ranked India, their first preference as outsourcing destination. The National Association of Software & Service Companies (NASSCOM) also reported that almost half of all Fortune 500 companies choose to outsource to Indian firms. Even though many other countries have emerged as major competitors,   India has managed to […]

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USISPF Forum is making the right impact

U.S.-India Strategic Partnership Forum was established with a focused commitment to create the most powerful strategic partnership between the U.S. and India. Promoting bilateral trade has been an important part, but our mission at the outset extended beyond trade. The business and government need to come together in new ways to create meaningful opportunities that […]

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INDIA’S DEMOGRAPHIC DIVIDEND STRONGLY FAVORS THE GROWTH IN ECONOMY AND MANUFACTURING

Manufacturing has emerged as one of the high growth sectors in India. Indian Government had launched the ‘Make in India’ program to place India on the world map as a manufacturing hub and give global recognition to the Indian economy. It’s an initiative to (a) inspire confidence in India’s capabilities amongst potential partners abroad, the […]

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INDIAN MANUFACTURING LANDSCAPE

  During the past decade, the Indian economy focused on services rather than manufacturing. The manufacturing industry, including significant investment and development, is on the high priority list of the Indian government. This will make India an even more apt choice for manufacturing. The Indian legal system is based on British common law, which is […]

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THE BENEFITS OF MANUFACTURING IN INDIA

“India is the most logical candidate to replicate China’s success in becoming a manufacturing powerhouse.” Taneli Ruda Thomson Reuters India is going through significant reform in investment, and development. India is ranked among the top three manufacturing locations by 2020. If one is thinking to re-locating or move their manufacturing operations to India, there are […]

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Why India is the next China

US-China trade tensions are mounting, with fears of a trade war roiling markets.  Yet so far, tariffs have mostly been threatened but not yet imposed, except for some US steel, aluminium, and solar panel tariffs.  It’s reminiscent of the “Phoney War” of the late 1930s, when things quieted down for a while after the Nazi […]

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