Make in India: Together We can Win Globally

Partner with One of the Most Awarded Investment Programs in World

Invest India is the National Investment Promotion Agency that helps
investors looking to invest in this country. The agency incentivizes
manufacturers and service roviders to quickly set up manufacturing
plants and service operations in India.
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The Invest India Agency, initiated by the government of India in 2009, is one of the most recognized investment promotion agencies in the world today. The Invest India economic development program was the winner of the United Nations Investment Promotion Award, 2020, as declared by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Developement (UNCTAD).

This award recognises the extraordinary successes of the world’s top investment promotion agencies. Invest India was also given the best investment project award by the UAE’s AIM 2020. India has won this award for 5 years in a row, from 2016-2020! These awards come as no surprise because India is among the fastest-growing economies in the world. In addition, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has projected India to be the fastest growing economy for 2021-2022

Facts on the Ground Prove India’s Growth

India’s place on the World Bank’s
Doing Business Report (DBR) of 190
countries has improved from the
142nd position (in 2014) to 63rd
position (in 2020).

It has been among the world’s top 10
ease of doing business promoters for
three continuous years. It’s also
among the top 5 manufacturing
nations in the world.

FDI equity inflow grew by 168% in the
first three months of FY 2021-22 (US$
17.57 bn) compared to the inflow
during the same period of the
previous year (US$ 6.56 bn).

Between 2019 and 2020, the foreign direct investment (FDI) in India jumped by nearly 26%. This has increased further in the post-pandemic scenario.

Investments in
Defence Sector Manufacturing

India is situated in a complex geopolitical security environment, which highlights the importance of
modernising its defence. From building its own fighter aircraft to manufacturing the French multirole
C295 aircraft from Airbus, India is incentivizing defence manufacturers like never before.
Foreign defence manufacturers will be given top priority and fast clearances to set up shop, of any size, immediately. As India continues to diversify into indigenization of defence products, such as artillery guns, automatic rifles, missiles, next-gen fighter aircraft, submarines, transport planes, and so on, global manufacturers in this domain are invited and assisted towards being a part of this new revolution.
With its highly-skilled, cost-competitive labour force, global players can invest in India for healthy domestic sales and brisk exports. Incentives in this sector include Capex and R&D subsidies, tax exemptions, cheaper finance, and a one-stop-shop for all registration formalities to speed up clearances. Come and be a part of this $64 billion market, which is growing fast.

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Foreign defence manufacturers can invest in 100% owned subsidiaries in India.

A Wide Array of
Opportunities in the Civilian Sector

The make in India program was initiated 5 years ago to promote manufacturing.

It aims to grow India’s manufacturing sectorby about 14% every year.

The program aims to ensure that manufacturing contributes at least 25% to India’s GDP.

The present state and central governments are going all out to achieve this goal by heavily incentivizing manufacturing units, both new and existing. The sectors earmarked for promotion and incentives under this program include automobiles and auto parts, aviation and space tech, biotech, chemicals, electricals and electronics, electric vehicles and renewable energy, railways and rapid transit, infrastructure, textiles, pharma, and healthcare. The make in India program offers easy insolvency or bankruptcy procedures, reclaiming a part of the Capex, incentives to modernize existing units, and subsidies to proprietorships.

Serious about Sustainability

The Indian government has made commitments at the highest level to reduce global warming.
The Hon. Prime of India Mr Narendra Modi committed to net zero emissions by 2070 at the UN climate conference (COP26) 2021, Glasgow. This involves achieving a non-fossil fuel energy capacity of 500 GW by 2030, meeting 50% of the energy requirements through renewables, and reducing carbon emissions by 1 million tons by 2020. To achieve these goals, India is investing in modern technology and machinery. Be a part of India’s great initiative to restore the health of our planet and generate healthy profits for your business at the same time.

Invest India, the country’s investment promotion body has won the UN Award for excellence (2018) for promoting investments in sustainable development.

Minimal Red Tape, Fast Tracking Investments of all Sizes

For small or large investments, the Indian government has committed itself to ensuring minimal red tape and swift clearances under the make in India program.
Moreover, the government has simplified the permits and licenses to start a manufacturing business of any size. The government is also committed to providing adequate infrastructure to manufacturing companies under this scheme. In this regard, several industrial corridors are being developed, with considerable investments in railways, ports, airports, power plants, telecom, renewables, and roads.

The government is also fast-tracking the digitization of private and public services to ensure technology acts as a catalyst for industrial development.

Country-Specific Investment Desks Assure Personalized Services to Foreign Investors

The Indian government and developmental agencies offer personalized services to foreign investors.

India understands the cultural differences between investors based on their country of origin and accordingly addresses the unique needs of investors from different countries. Dedicated investor desks are available for several countries including, but not limited to, the USA, Japan, Korea, Israel, the UK, France, Germany, Australia, Canada, the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Australia, among others.