Peruvian companies have facilities to develop and grow from India to the world. India worked to reduce the time to register a business from 27 days to one day
The Embassy of India and INCHAM-Chamber of Commerce of India in Peru, officially launched the campaign in India make in Peru.
The Ambassador of India, Mr. Manpreet Vohra, jointly with Mr. Ravi Krishna, President of INCHAM-Indian Chamber of Commerce in Peru, gave details about the release.
The campaign (Make in India) is a campaign that was launched by our Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in New Delhi on 25 September this year. He has been one of the most successful presidents of the Indian state for over 10 years, with its focus on turning India into the largest in the world for manufacturing hub.
The launch of this campaign is being carried out in all countries of the world, through the sales offices of the embassies.
The event held in turn in our country, attended by distinguished entrepreneurs from Peru and India.
Also, in order to make India a better place to do business, the government worked to reduce the time to register a business from 27 days to one day. To this end, he has joined a number of measures, such as the single record for all labor laws, the revision of the tax system, reducing the number of permits required, rising to a record of the property, free fast electrical and property registration - measures that are expected to be a destination country more investment friendly
Currently, India has a reputation for being a difficult place to do business. According to "Ease of Doing Business" index of the World Bank, in 2014 India ranked 134th out of 189 countries, behind China (ranked 96), Pakistan (110th) and Bangladesh (position 130).
At the launch in New Delhi "Make in India", Narendra Modi said his government will take steps to place the country in the ranking in the top 50.
Are expected to have these changes implemented, within 3 to 6 months.
Report: Daniela Giraldo Loechle, INCHAM-Indian Chamber of Commerce in Peru-Chamber of Commerce of India in Peru
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