Country Desk

  • India Desk

    [:de]Contact us at:
    Tina Gujar - Senior Manager Digital Marketing
    Email - info@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    Introduction of India

    UJA advises second generation Indian companies wanting to grow globally. Visioning, strategic business planning are some of the tools to help them with a breakthrough from traditional structures.
    We provide market assessment entity formation, audit, taxation, legal, advisory and critical functions like HR, recruitment and marketing.
    A dynamic leadership and a vibrant team that is cross functional, multidisciplinary and domain experts help to ensure impeccable service to our clients.

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: info@uja.in
    [:ja]Contact us at:
    Tina Gujar - Senior Manager Digital Marketing
    Email - info@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    Introduction of India

    UJA advises second generation Indian companies wanting to grow globally. Visioning, strategic business planning are some of the tools to help them with a breakthrough from traditional structures.
    We provide market assessment entity formation, audit, taxation, legal, advisory and critical functions like HR, recruitment and marketing.
    A dynamic leadership and a vibrant team that is cross functional, multidisciplinary and domain experts help to ensure impeccable service to our clients.

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: info@uja.in
    [:it]Contact us at:
    Tina Gujar - Senior Manager Digital Marketing
    Email - info@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    Introduction of India

    UJA advises second generation Indian companies wanting to grow globally. Visioning, strategic business planning are some of the tools to help them with a breakthrough from traditional structures.
    We provide market assessment entity formation, audit, taxation, legal, advisory and critical functions like HR, recruitment and marketing.
    A dynamic leadership and a vibrant team that is cross functional, multidisciplinary and domain experts help to ensure impeccable service to our clients.

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: info@uja.in
    [:vi]Contact us at:
    Tina Gujar - Senior Manager Digital Marketing
    Email - info@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    Introduction of India

    UJA advises second generation Indian companies wanting to grow globally. Visioning, strategic business planning are some of the tools to help them with a breakthrough from traditional structures.
    We provide market assessment entity formation, audit, taxation, legal, advisory and critical functions like HR, recruitment and marketing.
    A dynamic leadership and a vibrant team that is cross functional, multidisciplinary and domain experts help to ensure impeccable service to our clients.

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: info@uja.in
    [:en]Contact us at:
    Tina Gujar, Senior Manager - Digital Marketing
    Email - info@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    Introduction of India

    UJA advises second generation Indian companies wanting to grow globally. Visioning, strategic business planning are some of the tools to help them with a breakthrough from traditional structures.
    We provide market assessment entity formation, audit, taxation, legal, advisory and critical functions like HR, recruitment and marketing.
    A dynamic leadership and a vibrant team that is cross functional, multidisciplinary and domain experts help to ensure impeccable service to our clients.

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: info@uja.in[:fr]Contact us at:
    Tina Gujar - Senior Manager Digital Marketing
    Email - info@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    Introduction of India

    UJA advises second generation Indian companies wanting to grow globally. Visioning, strategic business planning are some of the tools to help them with a breakthrough from traditional structures.
    We provide market assessment entity formation, audit, taxation, legal, advisory and critical functions like HR, recruitment and marketing.
    A dynamic leadership and a vibrant team that is cross functional, multidisciplinary and domain experts help to ensure impeccable service to our clients.

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: info@uja.in
    [:]

  • France Desk

    [:de]Contact us at:
    Pierrick Harant - Business Associate - France
    Email - France@uja.in
    Phone - +91 91 5832 4400

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-FRANCE
    Since Indian Independence, the relationship between the two countries has constantly improved, detaining its roots in a strong trust and affinity. In 1998 India and France have become Strategic Partners and a deep cooperation among the Nations was actively pursued, mainly in sectors such a defence, energy and security. As a matter of fact, India and France peacefully and periodically consult each other on major international matters on the base of mutual trust and respect. Regarding business agreement, a tax treaty was signed in 1992 in order to avoid double taxation. Furthermore both Indian and French Government agreed in 2012 to support jointly sustainable development and the pursuing of their good relationships has been illustrated by PM Narandra Modi visit in France in 2015 while President François Hollande flew to India in 2016.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    Economic relations between France and India are constantly growing, making France one of the largest foreign investor in India. Thus French cumulative investment into India has reached US$ 20 billion in 2015, with a stream of about US$2 billion per year expected until 2020. Therefore regarding the stream of investment France is the 9th largest investor in India that is to say almost 2% of FDI inflows. About 400 French mother-companies are present in India through more than 1,000 offices. All types of companies have set up there. Of course big corporations have widely invested in the South Asian country: 38 out of the CAC40 companies have set up here. But more than 50 SME and about 180 auto-entrepreneurs are also present. More important small business are becoming more and more numerous to invest due to incredible opportunities.
    Bilateral trade is growing fast. Trade in goods was worth € 8.54 billion, registering an increase of 7.91% from 2014. While French exports increased by 17.47% for an amount of € 3.17 billion, imports have reached € 5.37 (+2.96%). Most of French exports are in machinery & mechanical appliances and electrical equipment (27.47%), vehicles & aircraft (19.58%), chemical & allied products (14.63%) or optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring, checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments and apparatus thereof (10.05%).

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: france@uja.in
    [:ja]Contact us at:
    Pierrick Harant - Business Associate - France
    Email - France@uja.in
    Phone - +91 91 5832 4400

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-FRANCE
    Since Indian Independence, the relationship between the two countries has constantly improved, detaining its roots in a strong trust and affinity. In 1998 India and France have become Strategic Partners and a deep cooperation among the Nations was actively pursued, mainly in sectors such a defence, energy and security. As a matter of fact, India and France peacefully and periodically consult each other on major international matters on the base of mutual trust and respect. Regarding business agreement, a tax treaty was signed in 1992 in order to avoid double taxation. Furthermore both Indian and French Government agreed in 2012 to support jointly sustainable development and the pursuing of their good relationships has been illustrated by PM Narandra Modi visit in France in 2015 while President François Hollande flew to India in 2016.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    Economic relations between France and India are constantly growing, making France one of the largest foreign investor in India. Thus French cumulative investment into India has reached US$ 20 billion in 2015, with a stream of about US$2 billion per year expected until 2020. Therefore regarding the stream of investment France is the 9th largest investor in India that is to say almost 2% of FDI inflows. About 400 French mother-companies are present in India through more than 1,000 offices. All types of companies have set up there. Of course big corporations have widely invested in the South Asian country: 38 out of the CAC40 companies have set up here. But more than 50 SME and about 180 auto-entrepreneurs are also present. More important small business are becoming more and more numerous to invest due to incredible opportunities.
    Bilateral trade is growing fast. Trade in goods was worth € 8.54 billion, registering an increase of 7.91% from 2014. While French exports increased by 17.47% for an amount of € 3.17 billion, imports have reached € 5.37 (+2.96%). Most of French exports are in machinery & mechanical appliances and electrical equipment (27.47%), vehicles & aircraft (19.58%), chemical & allied products (14.63%) or optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring, checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments and apparatus thereof (10.05%).

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: france@uja.in
    [:it]Contact us at:
    Pierrick Harant - Business Associate - France
    Email - France@uja.in
    Phone - +91 91 5832 4400

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-FRANCE
    Since Indian Independence, the relationship between the two countries has constantly improved, detaining its roots in a strong trust and affinity. In 1998 India and France have become Strategic Partners and a deep cooperation among the Nations was actively pursued, mainly in sectors such a defence, energy and security. As a matter of fact, India and France peacefully and periodically consult each other on major international matters on the base of mutual trust and respect. Regarding business agreement, a tax treaty was signed in 1992 in order to avoid double taxation. Furthermore both Indian and French Government agreed in 2012 to support jointly sustainable development and the pursuing of their good relationships has been illustrated by PM Narandra Modi visit in France in 2015 while President François Hollande flew to India in 2016.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    Economic relations between France and India are constantly growing, making France one of the largest foreign investor in India. Thus French cumulative investment into India has reached US$ 20 billion in 2015, with a stream of about US$2 billion per year expected until 2020. Therefore regarding the stream of investment France is the 9th largest investor in India that is to say almost 2% of FDI inflows. About 400 French mother-companies are present in India through more than 1,000 offices. All types of companies have set up there. Of course big corporations have widely invested in the South Asian country: 38 out of the CAC40 companies have set up here. But more than 50 SME and about 180 auto-entrepreneurs are also present. More important small business are becoming more and more numerous to invest due to incredible opportunities.
    Bilateral trade is growing fast. Trade in goods was worth € 8.54 billion, registering an increase of 7.91% from 2014. While French exports increased by 17.47% for an amount of € 3.17 billion, imports have reached € 5.37 (+2.96%). Most of French exports are in machinery & mechanical appliances and electrical equipment (27.47%), vehicles & aircraft (19.58%), chemical & allied products (14.63%) or optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring, checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments and apparatus thereof (10.05%).

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: france@uja.in
    [:vi]Contact us at:
    Pierrick Harant - Business Associate - France
    Email - France@uja.in
    Phone - +91 91 5832 4400

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-FRANCE
    Since Indian Independence, the relationship between the two countries has constantly improved, detaining its roots in a strong trust and affinity. In 1998 India and France have become Strategic Partners and a deep cooperation among the Nations was actively pursued, mainly in sectors such a defence, energy and security. As a matter of fact, India and France peacefully and periodically consult each other on major international matters on the base of mutual trust and respect. Regarding business agreement, a tax treaty was signed in 1992 in order to avoid double taxation. Furthermore both Indian and French Government agreed in 2012 to support jointly sustainable development and the pursuing of their good relationships has been illustrated by PM Narandra Modi visit in France in 2015 while President François Hollande flew to India in 2016.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    Economic relations between France and India are constantly growing, making France one of the largest foreign investor in India. Thus French cumulative investment into India has reached US$ 20 billion in 2015, with a stream of about US$2 billion per year expected until 2020. Therefore regarding the stream of investment France is the 9th largest investor in India that is to say almost 2% of FDI inflows. About 400 French mother-companies are present in India through more than 1,000 offices. All types of companies have set up there. Of course big corporations have widely invested in the South Asian country: 38 out of the CAC40 companies have set up here. But more than 50 SME and about 180 auto-entrepreneurs are also present. More important small business are becoming more and more numerous to invest due to incredible opportunities.
    Bilateral trade is growing fast. Trade in goods was worth € 8.54 billion, registering an increase of 7.91% from 2014. While French exports increased by 17.47% for an amount of € 3.17 billion, imports have reached € 5.37 (+2.96%). Most of French exports are in machinery & mechanical appliances and electrical equipment (27.47%), vehicles & aircraft (19.58%), chemical & allied products (14.63%) or optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring, checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments and apparatus thereof (10.05%).

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: france@uja.in
    [:en]Contact us at:
    Pierrick Harant, Business Associate - France
    Phone - +91 91 5832 4400

    Email - france@uja.co.in

    Un proverbe indien annonce que “Tout européen qui vient en Inde acquiert la patience s’il n’en a pas et la perd s’il en a.”. Pas étonnant alors que faire des affaires en Inde soit si compliqué pour les Occidentaux. Entre un accent anglais on ne peut plus éloigné du posh britannique, un dodelinement de la tête qui ne signifie ni oui ni non et une conception erratique du temps, la communication est bien plus ardue qu’il n’y paraît.

    Pourtant, depuis l’époque des grandes découvertes, l’Inde n’a jamais été autant attractive qu’aujourd’hui. Quand les Conquistadors espagnols s’emparaient des Amériques, ils s’imaginaient à l’origine avoir atteint les Indes, ses épices et son or. Aujourd’hui, les investisseurs notent une croissance supérieure à 7% et des classes moyennes en plein essor. Ils attendent des retours sur investissement sans commune mesure avec ceux des pays industrialisés. L’Inde est devenue le nouvel Eldorado. Les réussites d’Airbus, de Cadbury ou de Thales en sont de parfaits symboles. Et les PME ne sont pas en reste. Des entreprises françaises comme ATC Tannery Chemicals (produits chimiques pour la tannerie), Lorina (limonade) ou Ultraconfidentiel (création de meubles et de décoration d’intérieur) ont réussi avec succès à s’implanter dans la péninsule.

    Le succès des entreprises de l’hexagone est le fruit de démarches longues et rigoureuses. Aux antipodes des missions vers l’inconnu des explorateurs, les organisations françaises qui réussissent sont celles qui ont savamment et méthodiquement planifié leurs projets. En effet, l’Inde est un relai de croissance incroyable pour les entreprises françaises. Son essor de long terme et ses bases économiques solides en font un vivier remarquable. Cependant, il s’agit d’un projet de longue haleine à mener avec des partenaires dignes de confiance.

     

    Pour toute question par rapport à l’Inde, n’hésitez pas à nous contacter : france@uja.co.in

     [:fr]Contact us at:
    Pierrick Harant - Business Associate - France
    Email - France@uja.in
    Phone - +91 91 5832 4400

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-FRANCE
    Since Indian Independence, the relationship between the two countries has constantly improved, detaining its roots in a strong trust and affinity. In 1998 India and France have become Strategic Partners and a deep cooperation among the Nations was actively pursued, mainly in sectors such a defence, energy and security. As a matter of fact, India and France peacefully and periodically consult each other on major international matters on the base of mutual trust and respect. Regarding business agreement, a tax treaty was signed in 1992 in order to avoid double taxation. Furthermore both Indian and French Government agreed in 2012 to support jointly sustainable development and the pursuing of their good relationships has been illustrated by PM Narandra Modi visit in France in 2015 while President François Hollande flew to India in 2016.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    Economic relations between France and India are constantly growing, making France one of the largest foreign investor in India. Thus French cumulative investment into India has reached US$ 20 billion in 2015, with a stream of about US$2 billion per year expected until 2020. Therefore regarding the stream of investment France is the 9th largest investor in India that is to say almost 2% of FDI inflows. About 400 French mother-companies are present in India through more than 1,000 offices. All types of companies have set up there. Of course big corporations have widely invested in the South Asian country: 38 out of the CAC40 companies have set up here. But more than 50 SME and about 180 auto-entrepreneurs are also present. More important small business are becoming more and more numerous to invest due to incredible opportunities.
    Bilateral trade is growing fast. Trade in goods was worth € 8.54 billion, registering an increase of 7.91% from 2014. While French exports increased by 17.47% for an amount of € 3.17 billion, imports have reached € 5.37 (+2.96%). Most of French exports are in machinery & mechanical appliances and electrical equipment (27.47%), vehicles & aircraft (19.58%), chemical & allied products (14.63%) or optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring, checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments and apparatus thereof (10.05%).

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: france@uja.in
    [:]

  • Germany Desk

    [:de]Contact Us at:
    Email - germany@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-GERMANY

    Bilateral relations between India and Germany are strong and based on common democratic principles. India was amongst the first countries to establish diplomatic ties with the Federal Republic of Germany after the Second World War and the relations among the two countries grew significantly following the reunification of Germany.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    • Germany is India’s largest trading partner in Europe and it has always been part of the group consisting of the ten global trade partners (6th in the rank).
    • In 2015 the Indo-German bilateral trade was valued at Eur 17.33 billion, increasing from a value of Eur 15.96 billion in 2014.
    • The exports from India have incremented as well: from a value of Eur 7.03 billion in 2014 to Eur 7.56 billion in 2015. Same situation for the imports from Germany, growing to Eur 9.77 billion from a total amount of Eur 8.92 billion.
    • India exports to Germany mainly textiles, metal & metal products, electro technology, leather & leather goods, food & beverages, machinery, pharmaceuticals, auto components, chemicals, gems & jewellery and rubber products
    • India imports from the European country principally machinery, electro technology, metal & metal products, chemicals, auto-components, measurement & control equipment, plastics, medical technology, pharmaceuticals, paper & printing materials
    • For what regards Indo-German FDI statistics, since 2000 Germany is the Indian 7th largest foreign direct investor, recording a total amount till March 2016 of US$ 8.64 billion. In 2015 these FDI reached a value of US$ 1.14 billion, signifying a relevant improvement
    • There exist over 1600 Indo-German collaborations and more than 600 Join Ventures formed between Indian and German companies
    • The German FDI can be recognized mainly in the transportation sector, electrical equipment sector, metallurgical industries, services sector (insurance especially), chemicals, construction activity, trading and automobiles sectors
    • Several German multinationals have already explored the Indian market. To name few, BMW, Volkswagen, Siemens, Metro, Etc. established assembly plants or other significant operations. However, there is a relevant present of SMEs as well, and these latter are showing more and more interest to invest on the Indian soil
    • Recently, also Indian entrepreneurs have recognized Germany as a feasible ground for investments and in the last few years more than US$ 7 billion have been invested in Germany from the counter side. Indeed, about 200 Indian companies can be found in the European country, such as Ranbaxy, Hinduja Group, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, Infosys, WIPRO and many others

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.

    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: germany@uja.in[:ja]Contact Us at:
    Email - germany@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-GERMANY

    Bilateral relations between India and Germany are strong and based on common democratic principles. India was amongst the first countries to establish diplomatic ties with the Federal Republic of Germany after the Second World War and the relations among the two countries grew significantly following the reunification of Germany.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    • Germany is India’s largest trading partner in Europe and it has always been part of the group consisting of the ten global trade partners (6th in the rank).
    • In 2015 the Indo-German bilateral trade was valued at Eur 17.33 billion, increasing from a value of Eur 15.96 billion in 2014.
    • The exports from India have incremented as well: from a value of Eur 7.03 billion in 2014 to Eur 7.56 billion in 2015. Same situation for the imports from Germany, growing to Eur 9.77 billion from a total amount of Eur 8.92 billion.
    • India exports to Germany mainly textiles, metal & metal products, electro technology, leather & leather goods, food & beverages, machinery, pharmaceuticals, auto components, chemicals, gems & jewellery and rubber products
    • India imports from the European country principally machinery, electro technology, metal & metal products, chemicals, auto-components, measurement & control equipment, plastics, medical technology, pharmaceuticals, paper & printing materials
    • For what regards Indo-German FDI statistics, since 2000 Germany is the Indian 7th largest foreign direct investor, recording a total amount till March 2016 of US$ 8.64 billion. In 2015 these FDI reached a value of US$ 1.14 billion, signifying a relevant improvement
    • There exist over 1600 Indo-German collaborations and more than 600 Join Ventures formed between Indian and German companies
    • The German FDI can be recognized mainly in the transportation sector, electrical equipment sector, metallurgical industries, services sector (insurance especially), chemicals, construction activity, trading and automobiles sectors
    • Several German multinationals have already explored the Indian market. To name few, BMW, Volkswagen, Siemens, Metro, Etc. established assembly plants or other significant operations. However, there is a relevant present of SMEs as well, and these latter are showing more and more interest to invest on the Indian soil
    • Recently, also Indian entrepreneurs have recognized Germany as a feasible ground for investments and in the last few years more than US$ 7 billion have been invested in Germany from the counter side. Indeed, about 200 Indian companies can be found in the European country, such as Ranbaxy, Hinduja Group, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, Infosys, WIPRO and many others

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.

    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: germany@uja.in[:it]Contact Us at:
    Email - germany@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-GERMANY

    Bilateral relations between India and Germany are strong and based on common democratic principles. India was amongst the first countries to establish diplomatic ties with the Federal Republic of Germany after the Second World War and the relations among the two countries grew significantly following the reunification of Germany.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    • Germany is India’s largest trading partner in Europe and it has always been part of the group consisting of the ten global trade partners (6th in the rank).
    • In 2015 the Indo-German bilateral trade was valued at Eur 17.33 billion, increasing from a value of Eur 15.96 billion in 2014.
    • The exports from India have incremented as well: from a value of Eur 7.03 billion in 2014 to Eur 7.56 billion in 2015. Same situation for the imports from Germany, growing to Eur 9.77 billion from a total amount of Eur 8.92 billion.
    • India exports to Germany mainly textiles, metal & metal products, electro technology, leather & leather goods, food & beverages, machinery, pharmaceuticals, auto components, chemicals, gems & jewellery and rubber products
    • India imports from the European country principally machinery, electro technology, metal & metal products, chemicals, auto-components, measurement & control equipment, plastics, medical technology, pharmaceuticals, paper & printing materials
    • For what regards Indo-German FDI statistics, since 2000 Germany is the Indian 7th largest foreign direct investor, recording a total amount till March 2016 of US$ 8.64 billion. In 2015 these FDI reached a value of US$ 1.14 billion, signifying a relevant improvement
    • There exist over 1600 Indo-German collaborations and more than 600 Join Ventures formed between Indian and German companies
    • The German FDI can be recognized mainly in the transportation sector, electrical equipment sector, metallurgical industries, services sector (insurance especially), chemicals, construction activity, trading and automobiles sectors
    • Several German multinationals have already explored the Indian market. To name few, BMW, Volkswagen, Siemens, Metro, Etc. established assembly plants or other significant operations. However, there is a relevant present of SMEs as well, and these latter are showing more and more interest to invest on the Indian soil
    • Recently, also Indian entrepreneurs have recognized Germany as a feasible ground for investments and in the last few years more than US$ 7 billion have been invested in Germany from the counter side. Indeed, about 200 Indian companies can be found in the European country, such as Ranbaxy, Hinduja Group, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, Infosys, WIPRO and many others

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.

    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: germany@uja.in[:vi]Contact Us at:
    Email - germany@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-GERMANY

    Bilateral relations between India and Germany are strong and based on common democratic principles. India was amongst the first countries to establish diplomatic ties with the Federal Republic of Germany after the Second World War and the relations among the two countries grew significantly following the reunification of Germany.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    • Germany is India’s largest trading partner in Europe and it has always been part of the group consisting of the ten global trade partners (6th in the rank).
    • In 2015 the Indo-German bilateral trade was valued at Eur 17.33 billion, increasing from a value of Eur 15.96 billion in 2014.
    • The exports from India have incremented as well: from a value of Eur 7.03 billion in 2014 to Eur 7.56 billion in 2015. Same situation for the imports from Germany, growing to Eur 9.77 billion from a total amount of Eur 8.92 billion.
    • India exports to Germany mainly textiles, metal & metal products, electro technology, leather & leather goods, food & beverages, machinery, pharmaceuticals, auto components, chemicals, gems & jewellery and rubber products
    • India imports from the European country principally machinery, electro technology, metal & metal products, chemicals, auto-components, measurement & control equipment, plastics, medical technology, pharmaceuticals, paper & printing materials
    • For what regards Indo-German FDI statistics, since 2000 Germany is the Indian 7th largest foreign direct investor, recording a total amount till March 2016 of US$ 8.64 billion. In 2015 these FDI reached a value of US$ 1.14 billion, signifying a relevant improvement
    • There exist over 1600 Indo-German collaborations and more than 600 Join Ventures formed between Indian and German companies
    • The German FDI can be recognized mainly in the transportation sector, electrical equipment sector, metallurgical industries, services sector (insurance especially), chemicals, construction activity, trading and automobiles sectors
    • Several German multinationals have already explored the Indian market. To name few, BMW, Volkswagen, Siemens, Metro, Etc. established assembly plants or other significant operations. However, there is a relevant present of SMEs as well, and these latter are showing more and more interest to invest on the Indian soil
    • Recently, also Indian entrepreneurs have recognized Germany as a feasible ground for investments and in the last few years more than US$ 7 billion have been invested in Germany from the counter side. Indeed, about 200 Indian companies can be found in the European country, such as Ranbaxy, Hinduja Group, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, Infosys, WIPRO and many others

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.

    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: germany@uja.in[:en]Contact Us at:

    Matthias Jürgens, Business Associate - Germany
    Email - germany@uja.co.in
    Mobile - +91 8408883321

    Indien als Investmentstandort! Hört sich für die meisten deutschen Unternehmer nach einem Risiko reichen Abenteuer in einem fremden Land an. Lohnt es sich wirklich nach Indien zu kommen?
    Indien ist ein Land was für seine große Bevölkerung bekannt ist und jeder spricht davon, dass hier ein Markt mit großen Erwartungen ist, aber ist dort auch ein Markt für mein Unternehmen?
    Die Frage ist, wie groß ist das Risiko für ein Investment in Indien und werden die Menschen hier auch wirklich mein Produkt kaufen oder meine Dienstleistung in Anspruch nehmen?
    Die Erfahrungen der letzten Jahre haben gezeigt, dass Indien ein großer Erfolg für viele Unternehmen ist. Deutsche Unternehmen sind zahlreich in Indien vertreten, jeder kennt hier Unternehmen wie VW, BMW, Mercedes (Daimler), ThyssenKrupp, ZF, zudem ist auch der deutsche Mittelstand sehr stark und erfolgreich in Indien vertreten.
    Der Indische Markt ist kein Markt für das schnelle Geld, man muss Geduld mitbringen. Wenn man jedoch diese Geduld mitbringt, kann dieser Markt ein sehr erfolgreiches Abenteuer werden. Wenn man mit einer guten Strategie, die sich vor Ort weiter entwickeln wird, nach Indien kommt und bereit ist sich an den indischen Markt anzupassen, steht dem Erfolg in Indien nichts mehr im Wege.
    Für weitere Informationen über Doing Business in India, schreiben Sie uns einfach eine Mail an matthias@uja.co.in.[:fr]Contact Us at:
    Email - germany@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-GERMANY

    Bilateral relations between India and Germany are strong and based on common democratic principles. India was amongst the first countries to establish diplomatic ties with the Federal Republic of Germany after the Second World War and the relations among the two countries grew significantly following the reunification of Germany.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    • Germany is India’s largest trading partner in Europe and it has always been part of the group consisting of the ten global trade partners (6th in the rank).
    • In 2015 the Indo-German bilateral trade was valued at Eur 17.33 billion, increasing from a value of Eur 15.96 billion in 2014.
    • The exports from India have incremented as well: from a value of Eur 7.03 billion in 2014 to Eur 7.56 billion in 2015. Same situation for the imports from Germany, growing to Eur 9.77 billion from a total amount of Eur 8.92 billion.
    • India exports to Germany mainly textiles, metal & metal products, electro technology, leather & leather goods, food & beverages, machinery, pharmaceuticals, auto components, chemicals, gems & jewellery and rubber products
    • India imports from the European country principally machinery, electro technology, metal & metal products, chemicals, auto-components, measurement & control equipment, plastics, medical technology, pharmaceuticals, paper & printing materials
    • For what regards Indo-German FDI statistics, since 2000 Germany is the Indian 7th largest foreign direct investor, recording a total amount till March 2016 of US$ 8.64 billion. In 2015 these FDI reached a value of US$ 1.14 billion, signifying a relevant improvement
    • There exist over 1600 Indo-German collaborations and more than 600 Join Ventures formed between Indian and German companies
    • The German FDI can be recognized mainly in the transportation sector, electrical equipment sector, metallurgical industries, services sector (insurance especially), chemicals, construction activity, trading and automobiles sectors
    • Several German multinationals have already explored the Indian market. To name few, BMW, Volkswagen, Siemens, Metro, Etc. established assembly plants or other significant operations. However, there is a relevant present of SMEs as well, and these latter are showing more and more interest to invest on the Indian soil
    • Recently, also Indian entrepreneurs have recognized Germany as a feasible ground for investments and in the last few years more than US$ 7 billion have been invested in Germany from the counter side. Indeed, about 200 Indian companies can be found in the European country, such as Ranbaxy, Hinduja Group, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, Infosys, WIPRO and many others

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.

    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: germany@uja.in[:]

  • Italy Desk

    [:de]Contact us at
    Cecilia Giannini - Business Manager Italy
    Email - italy@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9158325500

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-ITALY

    Both India and Italy are ancient civilizations but young states, which have interacted and traded with each other for more than 2000 years. It is interesting to note that the countries’ classical languages, Latin and Sanskrit, belong to the same root of the Indo European language family and that the merchant from Venice Marco Polo wrote about the Asian country, visited on the 13th century during his several travels, making his audience aware of the wonders of India.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS
    • India is Italy's 5th largest trading partner in the EU.
    • Italy is the 14th largest foreign investor in India, accounting for the 0.67% of the cumulative total FDI into the Indian soil for the period going from April 2000 to March 2016. The European countries possessing a greater rank are UK, Netherlands, Germany, Cyprus, France, Spain and Luxemburg.
    • The Indo-Italian bilateral trade has been constantly increasing, with the exception of the years 2012 and 2013 due the financial crisis and its drawbacks. However, in 2014 the bilateral trade has again displayed a positive growth of 3.65%, confirmed in 2015 with an increase of 2.12%.
    • India’s exports to Italy totalled € 4001.08 million (-3.79%), while Italian exports to India were valued at € 3350.75 million (10.2%).

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: italy@uja.in
    [:ja]Contact us at
    Cecilia Giannini - Business Manager Italy
    Email - italy@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9158325500

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-ITALY

    Both India and Italy are ancient civilizations but young states, which have interacted and traded with each other for more than 2000 years. It is interesting to note that the countries’ classical languages, Latin and Sanskrit, belong to the same root of the Indo European language family and that the merchant from Venice Marco Polo wrote about the Asian country, visited on the 13th century during his several travels, making his audience aware of the wonders of India.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS
    • India is Italy's 5th largest trading partner in the EU.
    • Italy is the 14th largest foreign investor in India, accounting for the 0.67% of the cumulative total FDI into the Indian soil for the period going from April 2000 to March 2016. The European countries possessing a greater rank are UK, Netherlands, Germany, Cyprus, France, Spain and Luxemburg.
    • The Indo-Italian bilateral trade has been constantly increasing, with the exception of the years 2012 and 2013 due the financial crisis and its drawbacks. However, in 2014 the bilateral trade has again displayed a positive growth of 3.65%, confirmed in 2015 with an increase of 2.12%.
    • India’s exports to Italy totalled € 4001.08 million (-3.79%), while Italian exports to India were valued at € 3350.75 million (10.2%).

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: italy@uja.in
    [:it]Contact us at
    Cecilia Giannini - Business Manager Italy
    Email - italy@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9158325500

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-ITALY

    Both India and Italy are ancient civilizations but young states, which have interacted and traded with each other for more than 2000 years. It is interesting to note that the countries’ classical languages, Latin and Sanskrit, belong to the same root of the Indo European language family and that the merchant from Venice Marco Polo wrote about the Asian country, visited on the 13th century during his several travels, making his audience aware of the wonders of India.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS
    • India is Italy's 5th largest trading partner in the EU.
    • Italy is the 14th largest foreign investor in India, accounting for the 0.67% of the cumulative total FDI into the Indian soil for the period going from April 2000 to March 2016. The European countries possessing a greater rank are UK, Netherlands, Germany, Cyprus, France, Spain and Luxemburg.
    • The Indo-Italian bilateral trade has been constantly increasing, with the exception of the years 2012 and 2013 due the financial crisis and its drawbacks. However, in 2014 the bilateral trade has again displayed a positive growth of 3.65%, confirmed in 2015 with an increase of 2.12%.
    • India’s exports to Italy totalled € 4001.08 million (-3.79%), while Italian exports to India were valued at € 3350.75 million (10.2%).

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: italy@uja.in
    [:vi]Contact us at
    Cecilia Giannini - Business Manager Italy
    Email - italy@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9158325500

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-ITALY

    Both India and Italy are ancient civilizations but young states, which have interacted and traded with each other for more than 2000 years. It is interesting to note that the countries’ classical languages, Latin and Sanskrit, belong to the same root of the Indo European language family and that the merchant from Venice Marco Polo wrote about the Asian country, visited on the 13th century during his several travels, making his audience aware of the wonders of India.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS
    • India is Italy's 5th largest trading partner in the EU.
    • Italy is the 14th largest foreign investor in India, accounting for the 0.67% of the cumulative total FDI into the Indian soil for the period going from April 2000 to March 2016. The European countries possessing a greater rank are UK, Netherlands, Germany, Cyprus, France, Spain and Luxemburg.
    • The Indo-Italian bilateral trade has been constantly increasing, with the exception of the years 2012 and 2013 due the financial crisis and its drawbacks. However, in 2014 the bilateral trade has again displayed a positive growth of 3.65%, confirmed in 2015 with an increase of 2.12%.
    • India’s exports to Italy totalled € 4001.08 million (-3.79%), while Italian exports to India were valued at € 3350.75 million (10.2%).

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: italy@uja.in
    [:en]Contact us at
    Cecilia Giannini, Business Manager Italy
    Email - italy@uja.co.in
    Mobile - +91 9158325500

     

    RELAZIONI BILATERALI: INDIA- ITALIA 

    India e Italia sono culle di antichissime civiltà, che interagiscono e commerciano tra loro da circa 2000 anni. Da sempre, infatti, gli audaci mercanti e i famosi scrittori hanno raccontato e hanno scritto in merito alle meraviglie e al fascino magnetico che il continente Indiano esercita, con i suoi colori e il suo misticismo.

    Nonostante si tratti di due realtà uniche e profondamente differenti, i due paesi sono i custodi di un patrimonio culturale incredibilmente ricco e per certi versi, simile.

    Per cominciare la lingua: latino e sanscrito condividono lo stesso ceppo di origine, quello indoeuropeo. Inoltre, entrambi i Paesi hanno da sempre coltivato le arti, quali l’architettura, la letteratura, il cinema e la poesia.

    Se in Italia si percepisce tutto il fascino dei borghi medievali e delle chiese, ci si stupisce di fronte alla magnificenza del Colosseo e ci si rilassa gustando un espresso, in India si è attratti dal magnetismo dei templi Indù, si è colpiti dall’imponenza del Taj Mahal e si è rinfrancati da un buon chai.

    Inoltre, ogni stato dell’India custodisce i proprio dialetti e le proprie tradizioni culinarie, proprio come le differenti e variopinte regioni d’Italia.

    Nonostante le differenze esistano e possano spesso essere incomprensibili, questi due paesi possono crescere insieme, con lo sguardo sempre rivolto al futuro e teso alla ricerca costante di ciò che può unirli.

    RAPPORTI ECONOMICI

    • All’interno dell’Unione Europea, l’Italia rappresenta il quinto partner commerciale dell’India.
    • L’Italia è il 14esimo maggior investitore estero per il territorio indiano.
    • Il commercio bilaterale Indo-Italiano sta continuamente crescendo, , a causa della crisi finanziaria e delle sue ripercussioni. In ogni modo, nel 2014 si è registrata una crescita positiva del 3.65%, confermata nel 2015 con un ulteriore aumento del 2.12%.
    • Le esportazioni Indiane in Italia sono state di 08 milioni di euro nel 2015, mentre le esportazioni dall’Italia verso l’India di 3350.75 milioni di euro nello stesso anno.
    • I principali settori in India ad attrarre investimenti dall’Italia sono il settore automobilistico, metallurgico, tessile, della trasformazione dei prodotti alimentari, della fabbricazione di componenti e macchine automatiche.
    • Nel 2016 erano presenti più di 500 aziende italiane sul suolo indiano di cui una grande percentuale rappresentata da piccole-medie imprese, sempre più interessate a cominciare attività di business in India.

    L’India offre ampie possibilità agli investitori stranieri, grazie al rapido sviluppo del mercato domestico, alla crescita della classe media e ad una politica favorevole nei confronti degli investimenti stranieri.

    Saremmo lieti di aiutarvi a scoprire il meglio di tutto ciò che l’India promette: non esitate a contattarci all’indirizzo mail: italy@uja.in[:fr]Contact us at
    Cecilia Giannini - Business Manager Italy
    Email - italy@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9158325500

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-ITALY

    Both India and Italy are ancient civilizations but young states, which have interacted and traded with each other for more than 2000 years. It is interesting to note that the countries’ classical languages, Latin and Sanskrit, belong to the same root of the Indo European language family and that the merchant from Venice Marco Polo wrote about the Asian country, visited on the 13th century during his several travels, making his audience aware of the wonders of India.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS
    • India is Italy's 5th largest trading partner in the EU.
    • Italy is the 14th largest foreign investor in India, accounting for the 0.67% of the cumulative total FDI into the Indian soil for the period going from April 2000 to March 2016. The European countries possessing a greater rank are UK, Netherlands, Germany, Cyprus, France, Spain and Luxemburg.
    • The Indo-Italian bilateral trade has been constantly increasing, with the exception of the years 2012 and 2013 due the financial crisis and its drawbacks. However, in 2014 the bilateral trade has again displayed a positive growth of 3.65%, confirmed in 2015 with an increase of 2.12%.
    • India’s exports to Italy totalled € 4001.08 million (-3.79%), while Italian exports to India were valued at € 3350.75 million (10.2%).

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: italy@uja.in
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  • Japan Desk

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    Email - Japan@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-JAPAN

    The year 2012 marked the 60th Anniversary of the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between Japan and India. During the visit of Prime Minister Modi to Japan in November 2016, the two Prime Ministers agreed to mark the year 2017 as a year of Japan-India friendly exchanges to further enhance people-to-people exchanges between Japan and India.

    Economic Relations

    Economic relations between India and Japan have vast potential for growth, given the obvious complementarities that exist between the two Asian economies. Japan's interest in India is increasing due to variety of reasons including India's huge and growing market and its resources, especially the human resources. The signing of the historic India-Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) and its implementation from August 2011 has accelerated economic and commercial relations between the two countries. During the visit of Prime Minister Modi to Japan in September 2014, PM Shinzo Abe pledged $35 billion in investment in India's public and private sectors over the next five years. The two countries also set a target of doubling Japanese FDI and the number of Japanese firms in India by the year 2019.
    2. Bilateral trade between the two countries more than doubled between 2006-07 and 2012-13. However, total trade has come down to $ 14.51 billion in 2015-16 from a peak of $ 18.5 billion in 2012-13. In 2015-16, India's exports to Japan were $ 4.66 billion while imports were $ 9.85 billion. The negative or slow growth in trade with Japan is a matter of concern for India in view of the fact that there is high potential for faster progress on goods and services trade. The share of India-Japan bilateral trade in Japan's total trade has been hovering around 1 per cent but it is in the range of 2.2 to 2.5 per cent of India's total trade.
    [:ja]Contact us at
    Email - Japan@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-JAPAN

    The year 2012 marked the 60th Anniversary of the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between Japan and India. During the visit of Prime Minister Modi to Japan in November 2016, the two Prime Ministers agreed to mark the year 2017 as a year of Japan-India friendly exchanges to further enhance people-to-people exchanges between Japan and India.

    Economic Relations

    Economic relations between India and Japan have vast potential for growth, given the obvious complementarities that exist between the two Asian economies. Japan's interest in India is increasing due to variety of reasons including India's huge and growing market and its resources, especially the human resources. The signing of the historic India-Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) and its implementation from August 2011 has accelerated economic and commercial relations between the two countries. During the visit of Prime Minister Modi to Japan in September 2014, PM Shinzo Abe pledged $35 billion in investment in India's public and private sectors over the next five years. The two countries also set a target of doubling Japanese FDI and the number of Japanese firms in India by the year 2019.
    2. Bilateral trade between the two countries more than doubled between 2006-07 and 2012-13. However, total trade has come down to $ 14.51 billion in 2015-16 from a peak of $ 18.5 billion in 2012-13. In 2015-16, India's exports to Japan were $ 4.66 billion while imports were $ 9.85 billion. The negative or slow growth in trade with Japan is a matter of concern for India in view of the fact that there is high potential for faster progress on goods and services trade. The share of India-Japan bilateral trade in Japan's total trade has been hovering around 1 per cent but it is in the range of 2.2 to 2.5 per cent of India's total trade.
    [:it]Contact us at
    Email - Japan@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-JAPAN

    The year 2012 marked the 60th Anniversary of the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between Japan and India. During the visit of Prime Minister Modi to Japan in November 2016, the two Prime Ministers agreed to mark the year 2017 as a year of Japan-India friendly exchanges to further enhance people-to-people exchanges between Japan and India.

    Economic Relations

    Economic relations between India and Japan have vast potential for growth, given the obvious complementarities that exist between the two Asian economies. Japan's interest in India is increasing due to variety of reasons including India's huge and growing market and its resources, especially the human resources. The signing of the historic India-Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) and its implementation from August 2011 has accelerated economic and commercial relations between the two countries. During the visit of Prime Minister Modi to Japan in September 2014, PM Shinzo Abe pledged $35 billion in investment in India's public and private sectors over the next five years. The two countries also set a target of doubling Japanese FDI and the number of Japanese firms in India by the year 2019.
    2. Bilateral trade between the two countries more than doubled between 2006-07 and 2012-13. However, total trade has come down to $ 14.51 billion in 2015-16 from a peak of $ 18.5 billion in 2012-13. In 2015-16, India's exports to Japan were $ 4.66 billion while imports were $ 9.85 billion. The negative or slow growth in trade with Japan is a matter of concern for India in view of the fact that there is high potential for faster progress on goods and services trade. The share of India-Japan bilateral trade in Japan's total trade has been hovering around 1 per cent but it is in the range of 2.2 to 2.5 per cent of India's total trade.
    [:vi]Contact us at
    Email - Japan@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-JAPAN

    The year 2012 marked the 60th Anniversary of the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between Japan and India. During the visit of Prime Minister Modi to Japan in November 2016, the two Prime Ministers agreed to mark the year 2017 as a year of Japan-India friendly exchanges to further enhance people-to-people exchanges between Japan and India.

    Economic Relations

    Economic relations between India and Japan have vast potential for growth, given the obvious complementarities that exist between the two Asian economies. Japan's interest in India is increasing due to variety of reasons including India's huge and growing market and its resources, especially the human resources. The signing of the historic India-Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) and its implementation from August 2011 has accelerated economic and commercial relations between the two countries. During the visit of Prime Minister Modi to Japan in September 2014, PM Shinzo Abe pledged $35 billion in investment in India's public and private sectors over the next five years. The two countries also set a target of doubling Japanese FDI and the number of Japanese firms in India by the year 2019.
    2. Bilateral trade between the two countries more than doubled between 2006-07 and 2012-13. However, total trade has come down to $ 14.51 billion in 2015-16 from a peak of $ 18.5 billion in 2012-13. In 2015-16, India's exports to Japan were $ 4.66 billion while imports were $ 9.85 billion. The negative or slow growth in trade with Japan is a matter of concern for India in view of the fact that there is high potential for faster progress on goods and services trade. The share of India-Japan bilateral trade in Japan's total trade has been hovering around 1 per cent but it is in the range of 2.2 to 2.5 per cent of India's total trade.
    [:en]Contact us at:

    Hidehito Araki, Director - Japanese Business
    Email - japan@uja.co.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-JAPAN

    The year 2012 marked the 60th Anniversary of the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between Japan and India. During the visit of Prime Minister Modi to Japan in November 2016, the two Prime Ministers agreed to mark the year 2017 as a year of Japan-India friendly exchanges to further enhance people-to-people exchanges between Japan and India.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    Economic relations between India and Japan have vast potential for growth, given the obvious complementarities that exist between the two Asian economies. Japan's interest in India is increasing due to variety of reasons including India's huge and growing market and its resources, especially the human resources. The signing of the historic India-Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) and its implementation from August 2011 has accelerated economic and commercial relations between the two countries. During the visit of Prime Minister Modi to Japan in September 2014, PM Shinzo Abe pledged $35 billion in investment in India's public and private sectors over the next five years. The two countries also set a target of doubling Japanese FDI and the number of Japanese firms in India by the year 2019.
    2. Bilateral trade between the two countries more than doubled between 2006-07 and 2012-13. However, total trade has come down to $ 14.51 billion in 2015-16 from a peak of $ 18.5 billion in 2012-13. In 2015-16, India's exports to Japan were $ 4.66 billion while imports were $ 9.85 billion. The negative or slow growth in trade with Japan is a matter of concern for India in view of the fact that there is high potential for faster progress on goods and services trade. The share of India-Japan bilateral trade in Japan's total trade has been hovering around 1 per cent but it is in the range of 2.2 to 2.5 per cent of India's total trade.[:fr]Contact us at
    Email - Japan@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-JAPAN

    The year 2012 marked the 60th Anniversary of the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between Japan and India. During the visit of Prime Minister Modi to Japan in November 2016, the two Prime Ministers agreed to mark the year 2017 as a year of Japan-India friendly exchanges to further enhance people-to-people exchanges between Japan and India.

    Economic Relations

    Economic relations between India and Japan have vast potential for growth, given the obvious complementarities that exist between the two Asian economies. Japan's interest in India is increasing due to variety of reasons including India's huge and growing market and its resources, especially the human resources. The signing of the historic India-Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) and its implementation from August 2011 has accelerated economic and commercial relations between the two countries. During the visit of Prime Minister Modi to Japan in September 2014, PM Shinzo Abe pledged $35 billion in investment in India's public and private sectors over the next five years. The two countries also set a target of doubling Japanese FDI and the number of Japanese firms in India by the year 2019.
    2. Bilateral trade between the two countries more than doubled between 2006-07 and 2012-13. However, total trade has come down to $ 14.51 billion in 2015-16 from a peak of $ 18.5 billion in 2012-13. In 2015-16, India's exports to Japan were $ 4.66 billion while imports were $ 9.85 billion. The negative or slow growth in trade with Japan is a matter of concern for India in view of the fact that there is high potential for faster progress on goods and services trade. The share of India-Japan bilateral trade in Japan's total trade has been hovering around 1 per cent but it is in the range of 2.2 to 2.5 per cent of India's total trade.
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  • Spain Desk

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    Email - spain@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-SPAIN

    Relations between India and Spain have been cordial since the establishment of diplomatic relations in 1956. A Mission headed by a Cd'A opened in Madrid in 1958. The first resident Ambassador of India was appointed in 1965.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    Bilateral Trade between India and Spain in 2015 (January to May) stood at around $ 3 billion; Spain's exports to India during the given period stood at $ 1.0 billion and India´s exports to Spain stood at $ 2.2 billion. Spain is India's 7th largest trading partner in the European Union. Given the infrastructure push that is planned in India in the areas of power, roads, ports, airports, telecom and urban infrastructure, especially as part of the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor and the Make in India campaign, the possibilities for cooperation are immense. India, on the other hand, could offer Spain quality options in the fields of IT and services, pharmaceuticals (particularly generics) and the chemicals sector.

    Spain is the 12th largest investor in India with $1.8 billion in FDI, mostly in infrastructure (Isolux Corsan, Grupo San Jose), renewable energy (Gamesa), auto components (Gestamp), water desalination (Abengoa) and single brand retail (Inditex – Zara/Mango) A total of around 200 Spanish companies have subsidiaries, joint ventures, projects or liaison offices and purchase offices in India. There are over 30 Indian companies in Spain, the most significant ones being in the areas of IT (TCS, Tech Mahindra), energy (Avantha) and automobiles (Mahindra). The stock of Indian investment in Spain is approximately 800 million euros.

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: spain@uja.in[:ja]Contact us at:
    Email - spain@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-SPAIN

    Relations between India and Spain have been cordial since the establishment of diplomatic relations in 1956. A Mission headed by a Cd'A opened in Madrid in 1958. The first resident Ambassador of India was appointed in 1965.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    Bilateral Trade between India and Spain in 2015 (January to May) stood at around $ 3 billion; Spain's exports to India during the given period stood at $ 1.0 billion and India´s exports to Spain stood at $ 2.2 billion. Spain is India's 7th largest trading partner in the European Union. Given the infrastructure push that is planned in India in the areas of power, roads, ports, airports, telecom and urban infrastructure, especially as part of the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor and the Make in India campaign, the possibilities for cooperation are immense. India, on the other hand, could offer Spain quality options in the fields of IT and services, pharmaceuticals (particularly generics) and the chemicals sector.

    Spain is the 12th largest investor in India with $1.8 billion in FDI, mostly in infrastructure (Isolux Corsan, Grupo San Jose), renewable energy (Gamesa), auto components (Gestamp), water desalination (Abengoa) and single brand retail (Inditex – Zara/Mango) A total of around 200 Spanish companies have subsidiaries, joint ventures, projects or liaison offices and purchase offices in India. There are over 30 Indian companies in Spain, the most significant ones being in the areas of IT (TCS, Tech Mahindra), energy (Avantha) and automobiles (Mahindra). The stock of Indian investment in Spain is approximately 800 million euros.

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: spain@uja.in[:it]Contact us at:
    Email - spain@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-SPAIN

    Relations between India and Spain have been cordial since the establishment of diplomatic relations in 1956. A Mission headed by a Cd'A opened in Madrid in 1958. The first resident Ambassador of India was appointed in 1965.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    Bilateral Trade between India and Spain in 2015 (January to May) stood at around $ 3 billion; Spain's exports to India during the given period stood at $ 1.0 billion and India´s exports to Spain stood at $ 2.2 billion. Spain is India's 7th largest trading partner in the European Union. Given the infrastructure push that is planned in India in the areas of power, roads, ports, airports, telecom and urban infrastructure, especially as part of the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor and the Make in India campaign, the possibilities for cooperation are immense. India, on the other hand, could offer Spain quality options in the fields of IT and services, pharmaceuticals (particularly generics) and the chemicals sector.

    Spain is the 12th largest investor in India with $1.8 billion in FDI, mostly in infrastructure (Isolux Corsan, Grupo San Jose), renewable energy (Gamesa), auto components (Gestamp), water desalination (Abengoa) and single brand retail (Inditex – Zara/Mango) A total of around 200 Spanish companies have subsidiaries, joint ventures, projects or liaison offices and purchase offices in India. There are over 30 Indian companies in Spain, the most significant ones being in the areas of IT (TCS, Tech Mahindra), energy (Avantha) and automobiles (Mahindra). The stock of Indian investment in Spain is approximately 800 million euros.

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: spain@uja.in[:vi]Contact us at:
    Email - spain@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-SPAIN

    Relations between India and Spain have been cordial since the establishment of diplomatic relations in 1956. A Mission headed by a Cd'A opened in Madrid in 1958. The first resident Ambassador of India was appointed in 1965.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    Bilateral Trade between India and Spain in 2015 (January to May) stood at around $ 3 billion; Spain's exports to India during the given period stood at $ 1.0 billion and India´s exports to Spain stood at $ 2.2 billion. Spain is India's 7th largest trading partner in the European Union. Given the infrastructure push that is planned in India in the areas of power, roads, ports, airports, telecom and urban infrastructure, especially as part of the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor and the Make in India campaign, the possibilities for cooperation are immense. India, on the other hand, could offer Spain quality options in the fields of IT and services, pharmaceuticals (particularly generics) and the chemicals sector.

    Spain is the 12th largest investor in India with $1.8 billion in FDI, mostly in infrastructure (Isolux Corsan, Grupo San Jose), renewable energy (Gamesa), auto components (Gestamp), water desalination (Abengoa) and single brand retail (Inditex – Zara/Mango) A total of around 200 Spanish companies have subsidiaries, joint ventures, projects or liaison offices and purchase offices in India. There are over 30 Indian companies in Spain, the most significant ones being in the areas of IT (TCS, Tech Mahindra), energy (Avantha) and automobiles (Mahindra). The stock of Indian investment in Spain is approximately 800 million euros.

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: spain@uja.in[:en]Contact us at:

    Virginia Estefania, Partner - Trebeki (Spain)
    Email - spain@uja.co.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-SPAIN

    Relations between India and Spain have been cordial since the establishment of diplomatic relations in 1956. A Mission headed by a Cd'A opened in Madrid in 1958. The first resident Ambassador of India was appointed in 1965.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    Bilateral Trade between India and Spain in 2015 (January to May) stood at around $ 3 billion; Spain's exports to India during the given period stood at $ 1.0 billion and India´s exports to Spain stood at $ 2.2 billion. Spain is India's 7th largest trading partner in the European Union. Given the infrastructure push that is planned in India in the areas of power, roads, ports, airports, telecom and urban infrastructure, especially as part of the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor and the Make in India campaign, the possibilities for cooperation are immense. India, on the other hand, could offer Spain quality options in the fields of IT and services, pharmaceuticals (particularly generics) and the chemicals sector.

    Spain is the 12th largest investor in India with $1.8 billion in FDI, mostly in infrastructure (Isolux Corsan, Grupo San Jose), renewable energy (Gamesa), auto components (Gestamp), water desalination (Abengoa) and single brand retail (Inditex – Zara/Mango) A total of around 200 Spanish companies have subsidiaries, joint ventures, projects or liaison offices and purchase offices in India. There are over 30 Indian companies in Spain, the most significant ones being in the areas of IT (TCS, Tech Mahindra), energy (Avantha) and automobiles (Mahindra). The stock of Indian investment in Spain is approximately 800 million euros.

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: spain@uja.co.in[:fr]Contact us at:
    Email - spain@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-SPAIN

    Relations between India and Spain have been cordial since the establishment of diplomatic relations in 1956. A Mission headed by a Cd'A opened in Madrid in 1958. The first resident Ambassador of India was appointed in 1965.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    Bilateral Trade between India and Spain in 2015 (January to May) stood at around $ 3 billion; Spain's exports to India during the given period stood at $ 1.0 billion and India´s exports to Spain stood at $ 2.2 billion. Spain is India's 7th largest trading partner in the European Union. Given the infrastructure push that is planned in India in the areas of power, roads, ports, airports, telecom and urban infrastructure, especially as part of the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor and the Make in India campaign, the possibilities for cooperation are immense. India, on the other hand, could offer Spain quality options in the fields of IT and services, pharmaceuticals (particularly generics) and the chemicals sector.

    Spain is the 12th largest investor in India with $1.8 billion in FDI, mostly in infrastructure (Isolux Corsan, Grupo San Jose), renewable energy (Gamesa), auto components (Gestamp), water desalination (Abengoa) and single brand retail (Inditex – Zara/Mango) A total of around 200 Spanish companies have subsidiaries, joint ventures, projects or liaison offices and purchase offices in India. There are over 30 Indian companies in Spain, the most significant ones being in the areas of IT (TCS, Tech Mahindra), energy (Avantha) and automobiles (Mahindra). The stock of Indian investment in Spain is approximately 800 million euros.

    India offers huge opportunities for foreign investors thanks to its domestic market and growing middle class, its leading position in the IT or pharmaceutical industries, the development of its infrastructure and its foreign investment friendly policy.
    We would be glad to help you get the best from the Indian Promise.
    Do not hesitate to contact us at: spain@uja.in[:]

  • UAE Desk

    [:de]Contact us at:
    Email - UAE@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-UAE

    The UAE’s economic, political and cultural links with India, which date back to more than a century ago, are matured and multi-dimensional. Bilateral trade has been steadily growing over the years and people-to-people contacts are constantly on the increase. Tourists from both sides are visiting for leisure and pleasure, and more and more UAE nationals are availing of healthcare and tourism facilities in India.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    In 2008-13, India emerged as one of the biggest trade partner of the UAE with bilateral trade between the two countries exceeding US$75 billion. UAE and India are one of each other's largest trading partners. The trade totals over $75 billion.

    An extensive framework of agreements, including economic, defence, security, law enforcement, culture, consular and people-to-people contacts constitute solid bedrock for elevating bilateral cooperation across the full spectrum of our relationship.

    Today, as India accelerates economic reforms and improves its investment and business environment, and UAE becomes an increasingly advanced and diversified economy, the two countries have the potential to build a transformative economic partnership, not only for sustained prosperity of their two countries, but to also advance progress in the region and help realise the vision of an Asian Century.

    Yet, their common vision of progress and prosperity faces challenges from many shared threats to peace, stability and security in the region. A shared endeavour to address these challenges, based on common ideals and convergent interests, is vital for the future of the two countries and their region.

    UAE is at the heart of the Persian Gulf and West Asia region and its major economic hub. India, with seven million citizens in the Persian Gulf area, also has major energy, trade and investment interests in the region. The two nations also share a commitment to openness, peaceful coexistence and social harmony that are based on their cultural traditions, spiritual values and shared heritage. UAE is a shining example of a multi-cultural society. India is a nation of unparalleled diversity, religious pluralism and a composite culture.[:ja]Contact us at:
    Email - UAE@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-UAE

    The UAE’s economic, political and cultural links with India, which date back to more than a century ago, are matured and multi-dimensional. Bilateral trade has been steadily growing over the years and people-to-people contacts are constantly on the increase. Tourists from both sides are visiting for leisure and pleasure, and more and more UAE nationals are availing of healthcare and tourism facilities in India.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    In 2008-13, India emerged as one of the biggest trade partner of the UAE with bilateral trade between the two countries exceeding US$75 billion. UAE and India are one of each other's largest trading partners. The trade totals over $75 billion.

    An extensive framework of agreements, including economic, defence, security, law enforcement, culture, consular and people-to-people contacts constitute solid bedrock for elevating bilateral cooperation across the full spectrum of our relationship.

    Today, as India accelerates economic reforms and improves its investment and business environment, and UAE becomes an increasingly advanced and diversified economy, the two countries have the potential to build a transformative economic partnership, not only for sustained prosperity of their two countries, but to also advance progress in the region and help realise the vision of an Asian Century.

    Yet, their common vision of progress and prosperity faces challenges from many shared threats to peace, stability and security in the region. A shared endeavour to address these challenges, based on common ideals and convergent interests, is vital for the future of the two countries and their region.

    UAE is at the heart of the Persian Gulf and West Asia region and its major economic hub. India, with seven million citizens in the Persian Gulf area, also has major energy, trade and investment interests in the region. The two nations also share a commitment to openness, peaceful coexistence and social harmony that are based on their cultural traditions, spiritual values and shared heritage. UAE is a shining example of a multi-cultural society. India is a nation of unparalleled diversity, religious pluralism and a composite culture.[:it]Contact us at:
    Email - UAE@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-UAE

    The UAE’s economic, political and cultural links with India, which date back to more than a century ago, are matured and multi-dimensional. Bilateral trade has been steadily growing over the years and people-to-people contacts are constantly on the increase. Tourists from both sides are visiting for leisure and pleasure, and more and more UAE nationals are availing of healthcare and tourism facilities in India.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    In 2008-13, India emerged as one of the biggest trade partner of the UAE with bilateral trade between the two countries exceeding US$75 billion. UAE and India are one of each other's largest trading partners. The trade totals over $75 billion.

    An extensive framework of agreements, including economic, defence, security, law enforcement, culture, consular and people-to-people contacts constitute solid bedrock for elevating bilateral cooperation across the full spectrum of our relationship.

    Today, as India accelerates economic reforms and improves its investment and business environment, and UAE becomes an increasingly advanced and diversified economy, the two countries have the potential to build a transformative economic partnership, not only for sustained prosperity of their two countries, but to also advance progress in the region and help realise the vision of an Asian Century.

    Yet, their common vision of progress and prosperity faces challenges from many shared threats to peace, stability and security in the region. A shared endeavour to address these challenges, based on common ideals and convergent interests, is vital for the future of the two countries and their region.

    UAE is at the heart of the Persian Gulf and West Asia region and its major economic hub. India, with seven million citizens in the Persian Gulf area, also has major energy, trade and investment interests in the region. The two nations also share a commitment to openness, peaceful coexistence and social harmony that are based on their cultural traditions, spiritual values and shared heritage. UAE is a shining example of a multi-cultural society. India is a nation of unparalleled diversity, religious pluralism and a composite culture.[:vi]Contact us at:
    Email - UAE@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-UAE

    The UAE’s economic, political and cultural links with India, which date back to more than a century ago, are matured and multi-dimensional. Bilateral trade has been steadily growing over the years and people-to-people contacts are constantly on the increase. Tourists from both sides are visiting for leisure and pleasure, and more and more UAE nationals are availing of healthcare and tourism facilities in India.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    In 2008-13, India emerged as one of the biggest trade partner of the UAE with bilateral trade between the two countries exceeding US$75 billion. UAE and India are one of each other's largest trading partners. The trade totals over $75 billion.

    An extensive framework of agreements, including economic, defence, security, law enforcement, culture, consular and people-to-people contacts constitute solid bedrock for elevating bilateral cooperation across the full spectrum of our relationship.

    Today, as India accelerates economic reforms and improves its investment and business environment, and UAE becomes an increasingly advanced and diversified economy, the two countries have the potential to build a transformative economic partnership, not only for sustained prosperity of their two countries, but to also advance progress in the region and help realise the vision of an Asian Century.

    Yet, their common vision of progress and prosperity faces challenges from many shared threats to peace, stability and security in the region. A shared endeavour to address these challenges, based on common ideals and convergent interests, is vital for the future of the two countries and their region.

    UAE is at the heart of the Persian Gulf and West Asia region and its major economic hub. India, with seven million citizens in the Persian Gulf area, also has major energy, trade and investment interests in the region. The two nations also share a commitment to openness, peaceful coexistence and social harmony that are based on their cultural traditions, spiritual values and shared heritage. UAE is a shining example of a multi-cultural society. India is a nation of unparalleled diversity, religious pluralism and a composite culture.[:en]Contact us at:

    Sajeev Sathyaseelan, Partner - T.C.A International FZE (UAE)
    Email - uae@uja.co.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-UAE

    The UAE’s economic, political and cultural links with India, which date back to more than a century ago, are matured and multi-dimensional. Bilateral trade has been steadily growing over the years and people-to-people contacts are constantly on the increase. Tourists from both sides are visiting for leisure and pleasure, and more and more UAE nationals are availing of healthcare and tourism facilities in India.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    In 2008-13, India emerged as one of the biggest trade partner of the UAE with bilateral trade between the two countries exceeding US$75 billion. UAE and India are one of each other's largest trading partners. The trade totals over $75 billion.

    An extensive framework of agreements, including economic, defence, security, law enforcement, culture, consular and people-to-people contacts constitute solid bedrock for elevating bilateral cooperation across the full spectrum of our relationship.

    Today, as India accelerates economic reforms and improves its investment and business environment, and UAE becomes an increasingly advanced and diversified economy, the two countries have the potential to build a transformative economic partnership, not only for sustained prosperity of their two countries, but to also advance progress in the region and help realise the vision of an Asian Century.

    Yet, their common vision of progress and prosperity faces challenges from many shared threats to peace, stability and security in the region. A shared endeavour to address these challenges, based on common ideals and convergent interests, is vital for the future of the two countries and their region.

    UAE is at the heart of the Persian Gulf and West Asia region and its major economic hub. India, with seven million citizens in the Persian Gulf area, also has major energy, trade and investment interests in the region. The two nations also share a commitment to openness, peaceful coexistence and social harmony that are based on their cultural traditions, spiritual values and shared heritage. UAE is a shining example of a multi-cultural society. India is a nation of unparalleled diversity, religious pluralism and a composite culture.[:fr]Contact us at:
    Email - UAE@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-UAE

    The UAE’s economic, political and cultural links with India, which date back to more than a century ago, are matured and multi-dimensional. Bilateral trade has been steadily growing over the years and people-to-people contacts are constantly on the increase. Tourists from both sides are visiting for leisure and pleasure, and more and more UAE nationals are availing of healthcare and tourism facilities in India.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONS

    In 2008-13, India emerged as one of the biggest trade partner of the UAE with bilateral trade between the two countries exceeding US$75 billion. UAE and India are one of each other's largest trading partners. The trade totals over $75 billion.

    An extensive framework of agreements, including economic, defence, security, law enforcement, culture, consular and people-to-people contacts constitute solid bedrock for elevating bilateral cooperation across the full spectrum of our relationship.

    Today, as India accelerates economic reforms and improves its investment and business environment, and UAE becomes an increasingly advanced and diversified economy, the two countries have the potential to build a transformative economic partnership, not only for sustained prosperity of their two countries, but to also advance progress in the region and help realise the vision of an Asian Century.

    Yet, their common vision of progress and prosperity faces challenges from many shared threats to peace, stability and security in the region. A shared endeavour to address these challenges, based on common ideals and convergent interests, is vital for the future of the two countries and their region.

    UAE is at the heart of the Persian Gulf and West Asia region and its major economic hub. India, with seven million citizens in the Persian Gulf area, also has major energy, trade and investment interests in the region. The two nations also share a commitment to openness, peaceful coexistence and social harmony that are based on their cultural traditions, spiritual values and shared heritage. UAE is a shining example of a multi-cultural society. India is a nation of unparalleled diversity, religious pluralism and a composite culture.[:]

  • Vietnam Desk

    [:de]Contact us at:
    Email - veitnam@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-VIETNAM

    In recent times, political contacts have strengthened as reflected in several high level visits by leaders from both sides. Trade and economic linkages continue to grow. India's thrust under the 'Look East' policy combined with Vietnam's growing engagement within the region and with India has paid rich dividends. Vietnam is an important regional partner in Southeast Asia. India and Vietnam closely cooperate in various regional forums such as ASEAN, East Asia Summit, Mekong Ganga Cooperation, Asia Europe Meeting (ASEM) besides UN and WTO.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONSHIPS

    India's relations with Vietnam are marked by growing economic and commercial engagement. India is now among the top ten trading partners of Vietnam. The 2nd meeting of the India-Vietnam Joint Sub-Commission on Trade led by Commerce Secretary was held in Hanoi on 20 January 2015. Bilateral trade between India and Vietnam has seen continuous growth over the past few years. India is now among the top ten trading partners of Vietnam. According to GOI data, trade volume crossed USD 8 bn in FY 2013-14, achieving the target of USD 7 bn by 2015 well in advance. Both sides have agreed on a new trade target of US$ 15 bn by 2020. Five key items exported to India were mobile phones and components, machinery, computers & electronic hardware, natural rubber, chemicals and coffee. The biggest products imported from India were meat and fishery products, corn, steel pharmaceuticals, cotton and machinery. In investment, India has 93 projects in Vietnam with total investment of about US$ 1 bn. Vietnam has three investment projects in India with total investment of US$ 23.6 million. In 2013, Tata Power was awarded a US$ 1.8 billion thermal power project in Soc Trang Province, which is the largest Indian investment project in Vietnam till date. Indian companies are investing in energy, mineral exploration, agro-processing, sugar manufacturing, agro-chemicals, IT, and agricultural processing.[:ja]Contact us at:
    Email - veitnam@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-VIETNAM

    In recent times, political contacts have strengthened as reflected in several high level visits by leaders from both sides. Trade and economic linkages continue to grow. India's thrust under the 'Look East' policy combined with Vietnam's growing engagement within the region and with India has paid rich dividends. Vietnam is an important regional partner in Southeast Asia. India and Vietnam closely cooperate in various regional forums such as ASEAN, East Asia Summit, Mekong Ganga Cooperation, Asia Europe Meeting (ASEM) besides UN and WTO.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONSHIPS

    India's relations with Vietnam are marked by growing economic and commercial engagement. India is now among the top ten trading partners of Vietnam. The 2nd meeting of the India-Vietnam Joint Sub-Commission on Trade led by Commerce Secretary was held in Hanoi on 20 January 2015. Bilateral trade between India and Vietnam has seen continuous growth over the past few years. India is now among the top ten trading partners of Vietnam. According to GOI data, trade volume crossed USD 8 bn in FY 2013-14, achieving the target of USD 7 bn by 2015 well in advance. Both sides have agreed on a new trade target of US$ 15 bn by 2020. Five key items exported to India were mobile phones and components, machinery, computers & electronic hardware, natural rubber, chemicals and coffee. The biggest products imported from India were meat and fishery products, corn, steel pharmaceuticals, cotton and machinery. In investment, India has 93 projects in Vietnam with total investment of about US$ 1 bn. Vietnam has three investment projects in India with total investment of US$ 23.6 million. In 2013, Tata Power was awarded a US$ 1.8 billion thermal power project in Soc Trang Province, which is the largest Indian investment project in Vietnam till date. Indian companies are investing in energy, mineral exploration, agro-processing, sugar manufacturing, agro-chemicals, IT, and agricultural processing.[:it]Contact us at:
    Email - veitnam@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-VIETNAM

    In recent times, political contacts have strengthened as reflected in several high level visits by leaders from both sides. Trade and economic linkages continue to grow. India's thrust under the 'Look East' policy combined with Vietnam's growing engagement within the region and with India has paid rich dividends. Vietnam is an important regional partner in Southeast Asia. India and Vietnam closely cooperate in various regional forums such as ASEAN, East Asia Summit, Mekong Ganga Cooperation, Asia Europe Meeting (ASEM) besides UN and WTO.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONSHIPS

    India's relations with Vietnam are marked by growing economic and commercial engagement. India is now among the top ten trading partners of Vietnam. The 2nd meeting of the India-Vietnam Joint Sub-Commission on Trade led by Commerce Secretary was held in Hanoi on 20 January 2015. Bilateral trade between India and Vietnam has seen continuous growth over the past few years. India is now among the top ten trading partners of Vietnam. According to GOI data, trade volume crossed USD 8 bn in FY 2013-14, achieving the target of USD 7 bn by 2015 well in advance. Both sides have agreed on a new trade target of US$ 15 bn by 2020. Five key items exported to India were mobile phones and components, machinery, computers & electronic hardware, natural rubber, chemicals and coffee. The biggest products imported from India were meat and fishery products, corn, steel pharmaceuticals, cotton and machinery. In investment, India has 93 projects in Vietnam with total investment of about US$ 1 bn. Vietnam has three investment projects in India with total investment of US$ 23.6 million. In 2013, Tata Power was awarded a US$ 1.8 billion thermal power project in Soc Trang Province, which is the largest Indian investment project in Vietnam till date. Indian companies are investing in energy, mineral exploration, agro-processing, sugar manufacturing, agro-chemicals, IT, and agricultural processing.[:vi]Contact us at:
    Email - veitnam@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-VIETNAM

    In recent times, political contacts have strengthened as reflected in several high level visits by leaders from both sides. Trade and economic linkages continue to grow. India's thrust under the 'Look East' policy combined with Vietnam's growing engagement within the region and with India has paid rich dividends. Vietnam is an important regional partner in Southeast Asia. India and Vietnam closely cooperate in various regional forums such as ASEAN, East Asia Summit, Mekong Ganga Cooperation, Asia Europe Meeting (ASEM) besides UN and WTO.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONSHIPS

    India's relations with Vietnam are marked by growing economic and commercial engagement. India is now among the top ten trading partners of Vietnam. The 2nd meeting of the India-Vietnam Joint Sub-Commission on Trade led by Commerce Secretary was held in Hanoi on 20 January 2015. Bilateral trade between India and Vietnam has seen continuous growth over the past few years. India is now among the top ten trading partners of Vietnam. According to GOI data, trade volume crossed USD 8 bn in FY 2013-14, achieving the target of USD 7 bn by 2015 well in advance. Both sides have agreed on a new trade target of US$ 15 bn by 2020. Five key items exported to India were mobile phones and components, machinery, computers & electronic hardware, natural rubber, chemicals and coffee. The biggest products imported from India were meat and fishery products, corn, steel pharmaceuticals, cotton and machinery. In investment, India has 93 projects in Vietnam with total investment of about US$ 1 bn. Vietnam has three investment projects in India with total investment of US$ 23.6 million. In 2013, Tata Power was awarded a US$ 1.8 billion thermal power project in Soc Trang Province, which is the largest Indian investment project in Vietnam till date. Indian companies are investing in energy, mineral exploration, agro-processing, sugar manufacturing, agro-chemicals, IT, and agricultural processing.[:en]Contact us at:

    Le Thi Thanh Binh, Partner - BHG (Vietnam)
    Email - vietnam@uja.co.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-VIETNAM

    In recent times, political contacts have strengthened as reflected in several high level visits by leaders from both sides. Trade and economic linkages continue to grow. India's thrust under the 'Look East' policy combined with Vietnam's growing engagement within the region and with India has paid rich dividends. Vietnam is an important regional partner in Southeast Asia. India and Vietnam closely cooperate in various regional forums such as ASEAN, East Asia Summit, Mekong Ganga Cooperation, Asia Europe Meeting (ASEM) besides UN and WTO.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONSHIPS

    India's relations with Vietnam are marked by growing economic and commercial engagement. India is now among the top ten trading partners of Vietnam. The 2nd meeting of the India-Vietnam Joint Sub-Commission on Trade led by Commerce Secretary was held in Hanoi on 20 January 2015. Bilateral trade between India and Vietnam has seen continuous growth over the past few years. India is now among the top ten trading partners of Vietnam. According to GOI data, trade volume crossed USD 8 bn in FY 2013-14, achieving the target of USD 7 bn by 2015 well in advance. Both sides have agreed on a new trade target of US$ 15 bn by 2020. Five key items exported to India were mobile phones and components, machinery, computers & electronic hardware, natural rubber, chemicals and coffee. The biggest products imported from India were meat and fishery products, corn, steel pharmaceuticals, cotton and machinery. In investment, India has 93 projects in Vietnam with total investment of about US$ 1 bn. Vietnam has three investment projects in India with total investment of US$ 23.6 million. In 2013, Tata Power was awarded a US$ 1.8 billion thermal power project in Soc Trang Province, which is the largest Indian investment project in Vietnam till date. Indian companies are investing in energy, mineral exploration, agro-processing, sugar manufacturing, agro-chemicals, IT, and agricultural processing.[:fr]Contact us at:
    Email - veitnam@uja.in
    Mobile - +91 9765856614

    BILATERAL RELATIONS: INDIA-VIETNAM

    In recent times, political contacts have strengthened as reflected in several high level visits by leaders from both sides. Trade and economic linkages continue to grow. India's thrust under the 'Look East' policy combined with Vietnam's growing engagement within the region and with India has paid rich dividends. Vietnam is an important regional partner in Southeast Asia. India and Vietnam closely cooperate in various regional forums such as ASEAN, East Asia Summit, Mekong Ganga Cooperation, Asia Europe Meeting (ASEM) besides UN and WTO.

    ECONOMIC RELATIONSHIPS

    India's relations with Vietnam are marked by growing economic and commercial engagement. India is now among the top ten trading partners of Vietnam. The 2nd meeting of the India-Vietnam Joint Sub-Commission on Trade led by Commerce Secretary was held in Hanoi on 20 January 2015. Bilateral trade between India and Vietnam has seen continuous growth over the past few years. India is now among the top ten trading partners of Vietnam. According to GOI data, trade volume crossed USD 8 bn in FY 2013-14, achieving the target of USD 7 bn by 2015 well in advance. Both sides have agreed on a new trade target of US$ 15 bn by 2020. Five key items exported to India were mobile phones and components, machinery, computers & electronic hardware, natural rubber, chemicals and coffee. The biggest products imported from India were meat and fishery products, corn, steel pharmaceuticals, cotton and machinery. In investment, India has 93 projects in Vietnam with total investment of about US$ 1 bn. Vietnam has three investment projects in India with total investment of US$ 23.6 million. In 2013, Tata Power was awarded a US$ 1.8 billion thermal power project in Soc Trang Province, which is the largest Indian investment project in Vietnam till date. Indian companies are investing in energy, mineral exploration, agro-processing, sugar manufacturing, agro-chemicals, IT, and agricultural processing.[:]