doing business in india
1) For doing business in India, what are the various business structures in India?
Currently the process to get a PAN in India is semi-automated. An online application can be made by using the link https://tin.tin.nsdl.com/pan/form49AA.html. Please be careful in mentioning particulars exactly same as per your identity proof, address proof etc.
Though I personally don't feel that Startup India Action Plan will bring any significant changes in India's entrepreneur eco-system, but here is a chart to see if your company is eligible to benefit from this action plan.
India's Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi launched startup India Action Plan on 16th January 2016.
The new Companies Bill proposes seminal changes in the manner in which Companies are governed and regulated in India & brings easy and efficient way of doing business in India, better governance, improves levels of transparency while enhancing accountability, inculcating self compliance and making Corporate socially responsible. The bill could potentially trigger a spate of domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, strategic alliances and make Indian firms more attractive to PE investors. We are briefly discussing the changes impacting Mergers & Acquisitions.
the liberalization of FDI policy 2013, most restrictions on foreign
investment have been removed and procedures have been simplified. Today,
there are very few industries where foreign investment is prohibited.
Moreover, investment ceilings, which are applicable in certain cases,
are gradually being removed or phased out. Government of India on a
yearly basis formulates a consolidated FDI Policy, with the intent and
objective to promote FDI through a policy framework, which is
transparent, predictable, simple and reduces regulatory burden.
Driven by a growth rate of over 8% in 2010 and a 350 million strong middle-class with growing purchasing power and appetite to spend, the Indian market is reshaping the world’s economy. Investment in almost every sector (Education, Food, Energy, Health care and Retail) of the Indian economy has a promise of high returns that has caught the attention of investors and businesses across the world.