Market Update: Manufacturing In India

India is revisiting its policies to make foreign investment and manufacturing seamless for international companies through focus on land acquisition, labor laws and infrastructure
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The GCA Market Update Manufacturing in India is tailored to the needs of busy executives and investors seeking a comprehensive overview of the M&A and valuation landscape, trend analyses and insights into the current transaction environment.

Key developments were:

  • Companies are looking to build resilience in their supply chains. While global supply chains have traditionally been reliant on China as the primary manufacturing base, since the beginning of 2019, companies have been impacted by factors such as rising labor rates in China and the US-China trade war
  • COVID-19 has exacerbated the situation. Companies are keen to de-risk their supply chains and reduce over reliance on a particular country and are hence evaluating alternatives to China for their current or new capacities
  • India intends to address this opportunity and position itself as a viable alternative and in the process, play a larger role in global supply chains
  • India is revisiting its policies to make foreign investment and manufacturing seamless for international companies through focus on land acquisition, labor laws and infrastructure
  • The central & state governments are working in close coordination to bring about changes on the ground
  • This document provides an overview of the changes that have been proposed by the government recently and how GCA can help companies establish a manufacturing presence in India

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