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Perceptions on Doing Business in Latin America: Cautious Optimism For Future Growth and Opportunities

Perceptions on Doing Business in Latin America: Cautious Optimism For Future Growth and Opportunities

In June 2020, the Biz Latin Hub team launched a survey asking for information about individuals’ perceptions about doing business in Latin America. In June 2020, the Biz Latin Hub team launched a survey asking for information about individuals’ perceptions about doing business in Latin America. We received a range of responses from 75 business owners, executives, government officials and other specialists operating in over 40 countries worldwide. 57.3% of respondents are considering expanding...

How to Get a New Zealand Business Visa from India

How to Get a New Zealand Business Visa from India

Find out how to apply for a New Zealand Business Visa from India in this overview and step-by-step guide. New Zealand not only attracts businesses with a high GDP per capita, a strong workforce, a reliable government and legal system; New Zealand’s biggest treasure might be the New Zealanders themselves - also referred to as Kiwis. After receiving your New Zealand Business Visa you will be able to discuss doing business with your local partner over a fine NZ wine.  More specifically, you...

Overview of India-Australia Business Activity

Overview of India-Australia Business Activity

Business activity between India and Australia is becoming more important and relevant for both countries. India was Australia’s eighth-largest trading partner and fifth-largest export market in 2018-19. This was mainly driven by coal and international education.  Two-way goods and services trade with India was US$30.3 billion in 2018-19. The level of two-way investment was US$30.7 billion in 2018. Australia has an ambitious agenda to broaden trade and economic relationship, as stated in...

Double Taxation Deal Improves Ease of Doing Business in Chile and India

Double Taxation Deal Improves Ease of Doing Business in Chile and India

On November 27, India’s Union Cabinet passed a Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) with Chile. This agreement removes the issue of people living in either country being taxed twice on any incomes they earn in the partner country. This is helpful for expatriate taxpayers and international business owners, who can enjoy an improved ease of doing business in Chile and India. Chile and India share close economic relations, and this is another step in the direction of strengthening the...

Closer Chile-India Ties Good News for Business

Closer Chile-India Ties Good News for Business

The global economic context is undergoing significant change in terms of emerging and shifting powers and trade conflict. As such, nations are poised to seek new, enduring partnerships to diversify trade channels and make the most of new potential. Chile and India demonstrate such opportunistic behaviour. Though the two established formal trade relations back in 1956, these countries didn’t place their bilateral relationship under the magnifying glass again until 2016, where a Preferential...

How Technology Can Reduce the Cost of International Expansion

How Technology Can Reduce the Cost of International Expansion

If you are a visionary local entrepreneur looking to expand your business globally, then you’re probably trying to figure out the most cost-effective option for doing so. Thankfully, all businesses and consumers have one of the most powerful international business expansion tools at your disposal: the internet. Thanks to technological growth, it is easier and more rewarding now to reach out to your prospective global clientele. With many social networks growing into massive marketing platforms...

Should Indian Companies Enter the Mexican Software and IT Sector? 4/4

Should Indian Companies Enter the Mexican Software and IT Sector? 4/4

In the last 3 articles of this exclusive series on business opportunities available for Indian and Mexican entrepreneurs, we have focused on the astounding diplomatic and economic relationship between the Latin and South Asian countries, as well as zeroing in on the details of the ceramic, energy and automotive industries. Each industry demonstrates interesting trends. The second two articles spoke about industries that are firmly established on Mexican soil, and represent an opportunity for...

Market-Entry Potential for Indian Companies in the Mexican Automotive Sector? 3/4

Market-Entry Potential for Indian Companies in the Mexican Automotive Sector? 3/4

The Indian community in Mexico is small but has had a disproportionately large and positive impact on the development of Mexico’s economy. A very tightknit community, of roughly 8,000 members, mostly concentrated within the Mexico City area, the Indian community of Mexico have successfully assimilated into Mexican society and have managed to integrate successful business in over 15 different states of the Latin nation. The presence of nearly 180 Indian owned companies in Mexico is a testament...

Opportunities for Indian Companies in the Mexican Oil and Energy Sector (2/4)

Opportunities for Indian Companies in the Mexican Oil and Energy Sector (2/4)

In the last decade, the outlook of Indian-Mexican relations has changed dramatically. The two emerging superpowers have both made openly, friendly diplomatic pledges to boost trade, political and business links for mutual benefit. Steps such as the Agreement on Visa Exemption on Diplomatic & Official Passports (2005) and the Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation in SMEs (2006) were indicative clues in the trajectory of the two countries who saw a high point in diplomatic relations in...

What Trade Opportunities Exist for Indian and Mexican Ceramic Companies? (1/4)

What Trade Opportunities Exist for Indian and Mexican Ceramic Companies? (1/4)

The South Asian superpower India and the emerging economy of Mexico may seem worlds apart at first glance, but in reality, they share remarkably positive commercial and political ties, boasting over 10 bilateral agreements. Perhaps as a result of an effort to bridge the gap between the Latin and Asian markets, traditionally exacerbated by geographic distance, Indian presence in Mexico has grown in unprecedented fashion in recent years. As of 2017, over USD$2 billion in foreign capital...

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