India is located in South Asia, seventh in size in terms of area, and with a population of 1.2 billion it is the second-most densely populated country in the world. To its south are the great expanses of the Indian Ocean, to its southwest is the Arabian Sea, and to its southeast is the Bay of Bengal. Its northern borders are shared with Pakistan, China, Nepal, Bhutan, Burma, and Bangladesh. India is a great, diverse, and fascinating country in terms of culture, demography, economy, and geography. It has the fastest growth rate currently in the world, and it is developing massive markets in many different fields, from infrastructure and communications to food products and financial services. This growing economy may prove an important consideration when deciding to establish a company in India, providing entrepreneurs significant advantages in certain business activities.
The capital of India is New Delhi, and its largest city is Mumbai, with a population of 12.5 million. Its official languages are Hindi and English, so establishing and incorporating a company in India does not require overcoming language barriers. The country was under British rule for many years, and gained its independence only in 1947. This is a vast and complex country, but also one that is developing rapidly and attracting huge international investments, with foreign entrepreneurs now being received more efficiently and agreeably than ever before.For Viewing India in Google Maps - Click Here
India is counted among the most fascinating, complex and fast-growing economies in the world today. In 2014 it reported 8% growth, exceeding China. It is globally currently ranked as seventh in economy size, and certain forecasts predict it will climb to third place by the year 2030. Indian economy draws both local and foreign investments on a grand scale and in a long list of areas, with mega-corporations such as IBM and Microsoft having established central development and support centers there. There are also Israeli companies in India, such as Amdocs and Ness, with their own R&D centers. Lately the government has been working to facilitate company registration for foreign entrepreneurs wanting to do business locally.
Its major economic sectors include a huge financial services sector, contributing to roughly a third of GDP, industry and also agriculture. International entrepreneurs considering establishing a company in India will be happy to know that the local financial sector is developed and extremely efficient, there are many international banks active there, and many government incentives for foreign investments.
Mellius has a great deal of experience in providing solutions for clients wishing to establish businesses in India, tailor-made to client needs and type of activity.
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