New Delhi - The U.S.-India Business Council (USIBC) led a series of discussions and meetings between top executives of the media industry and senior Government of India officials to discuss how opportunities can support the recent initiatives of ... Pocket News Alert.com, 2 hours ago
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S.-India Business Council Board of Directors announced Jan. 12 that Edward Monser, president of Emerson, and Punit Renjen, Indian American CEO of Deloitte Global, have been selected as USIBC Vice Chairs. Renjen and ...India-West, 3 weeks ago U.S.-India Business Council Appoints Edward Monser, Punit Renjen as Vice Chairs of Council Board > Washington, January 16, 2016 The SME Times, 3 weeks ago PTI - USIBC-VICECHAIR - Punit Renjen and Edward Monser selected as USIBC vice chairs Namibia Press Agency, 3 weeks ago Edward Monser, Punit Renjen join USIBC Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
The meeting saw participation from Nasscom member companies and five US Congress members -- Ami Bera, Brendan Boyle, Derek Kilmer, Billy Long and Juan Vargas.Times of India, 2 weeks ago USIBC, Nasscom meet US Congress members on visa fee hike Business Standard, 2 weeks ago USIBC, Nasscom Meet Congress Members on Visa Fee Hike India-West, 2 weeks ago Nasccom slams US move to hike work visa fee Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago
The US-India Business Council (USIBC) concluded its Medical Device Trade Mission to New Delhi recently. The delegation, led by Maulik Nanavanty, senior vice president and president for Neuromodulation at Boston Scientific, comprised of ...PharmaBiz, 1 month ago USIBC concludes talks with Centre on medical device investment Business Standard, 1 month ago US-India Business Council concludes Medical Device Trade Mission to New Delhi CPhI.cn, 1 month ago U.S.-India Business Council concludes successful talks with Government of India on Medical Device Investment Pocket News Alert.com, 1 month ago
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New Delhi, Jan 15 (ANI): The US-India Business Council (USIBC) in partnership with the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) and the Investment and Technology Promotion Division (ITP) of the Ministry of External Affairs organized a ...Yahoo! India, 3 weeks ago
The US-India Business Council (USIBC) has applauded the Indian government's latest reforms liberalising FDI norms in industries that are starved for capital and enable the ease of doing business in the country. "Putting more FDI proposals through the automatic route is clear signal that the government is living up to the mandate of minimum government and maximum governance," USIBC president Dr. Mukesh Aghi said. USIBC comprises 350 top-tier US and Indian companies. "India's recent rise in World Bank's Ease of Doing Business, the ruling on Minimum Alternative Tax (MAT), its efforts to modernise the railways network, lifting of FDI in the insurance sector are all significant achievements that will propel more investment and innovation in the country," he said. "USIBC member companies are encouraged by the Government's efforts to undertake economic reforms and stay away from politically driven distractions." "India continues to see increased FDI despite an uncertain global outlook. If the government continues on the current trajectory of bold (FDI and regulatory) reforms, then India will easily surpass the $41 billion in FDI from US companies," Aghi said. During Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Washington in Sep 2014, USIBC had identified upwards of $41 billion slated for investment from members over the next three years, based on a survey of 20 percent of USIBC's membership. Emphasizing the benefit of a more open economy, Aghi said, "Allowing a path to relax the norms for sourcing for single brand retailers who sell cutting edge technology will clear many of the challenges that high-tech companies have had when it comes to taking advantage of the 100 percent opening of the single brand retail sector." "In construction development, removal of two major conditions on minimum requirements area restriction of 20,000 sq. m. and capitalisation of US$ 5 million will provide much-needed boost to investment in the real estate development sector." The Council is keen on further reforms in these sectors and additional liberalisation that will aid the growth of bilateral trade, Aghi added, "FDI in business to e-commerce still remains restricted. As a result, smaller Indian e-commerce companies cannot seek the capital they need to grow their business and hire more employees. USIBC will continue to urge the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP) to allow at least 51 percent FDI in e-commerce," he said.
latest reforms liberalising FDI norms in industries that are starved for capital and enable the ease of doing business in the country. "Putting more FDI proposals through the automatic route is clear signal that the government is living up to the mandate of ...Silicon India, 2 months ago USIBC applauds India's FDI norms enabling ease of doing business DNA, 2 months ago US-India trade group welcomes liberalised FDI norms Prokerala, 2 months ago FDI reforms to boost investment in India: USIBC Money Control, 2 months ago
By ANI | ANI New York, Dec.4 (ANI): The U.S.-India Business Council (USIBC) and Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Dr. Raghuram Rajan met here for a discussion that focused on issues such as inflation and fiscal deficit management. Top ...Yahoo! India, 2 months ago USIBC,RBI Gov discuss investment in India, inflation, fiscal deficit management Financial Express, 2 months ago
After the USIBC (United States Indo Business Council) departed in May this year, now the US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) has taken up the project for the development of Ajmer as a smart city.Times of India, 2 months ago
The US-India Business Council (USIBC) has named Punit Renjen, CEO of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (Deloitte Global),and Edward Monser, President of Emerson, as USIBC Vice Chairs to further build on US-India relationship.The leading business advocacy ...Prokerala, 3 weeks ago
Ø Corporate Champion Award by U.S.-India Business Council (USIBC) Ø Women Leadership Award at the CMO Asia Awards Mumbai, 9th December, 2015: The Managing Director and CEO of Metropolis Healthcare Ltd Ms. Ameera Shah has added two more ...Pocket News Alert.com, 2 months ago
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