Making India's Case

Gupte, Pranay
November 2006
Forbes Asia;11/27/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 20, p18
The article interviews Kamal Nath, India's Minister of Commerce & Industry, concerning different economic issues and a paradigm shift as an ambassador for foreign investment. Nath has led bilateral trade initiatives with the European Union, Japan and Latin American countries and is steering attention to the larger South Asia region. As a result of a comprehensive review of the country's foreign direct investment policy, 100% foreign investment is permitted in enterprises in several sectors, including construction.


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