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Doing Business in India by Dean Nelson

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Opening Global Gateways

Indian companies are fast becoming innovators, investing in research and development, but they are also globalizing—making foreign acquisitions to open new markets and buying research and design capacity. At the same time, European, American, and Asian corporations are becoming ever more interested in buying a stake in India’s firms and future—which may be an important gateway to all the emerging countries in the east.

Plugging in to the east

In 2006–2008, mergers and acquisitions between Indian organizations and international firms were a constant news story. In 2007 alone, the Indian corporate sector was involved in deals worth US$60 billion. The trend was led by Tata’s takeover of the Anglo–Dutch company Corus, and ...

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