Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (second right) with South Korean President Moon Jae-in beside him, at the inauguration of Samsung’s smartphone factory in Uttar Pradesh in 2018. India has long nursed an ambition to be a world manufacturing hub. Photo: Reuters Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (second right) with South Korean President Moon Jae-in beside him, at the inauguration of Samsung’s smartphone factory in Uttar Pradesh in 2018. India has long nursed an ambition to be a world manufacturing hub. Photo: Reuters
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (second right) with South Korean President Moon Jae-in beside him, at the inauguration of Samsung’s smartphone factory in Uttar Pradesh in 2018. India has long nursed an ambition to be a world manufacturing hub. Photo: Reuters
Rahul Nath Choudhury
Opinion

Opinion

Eye on Asia by Rahul Nath Choudhury and Moinak Maiti

As India rolls out the welcome mat to manufacturers looking to leave China, what does it have to offer?

  • On top of India’s large, ready market, its latest targeted campaign comes after years of investor-friendly moves in easing land acquisition, introducing a bankruptcy code, and simplifying and cutting taxes

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (second right) with South Korean President Moon Jae-in beside him, at the inauguration of Samsung’s smartphone factory in Uttar Pradesh in 2018. India has long nursed an ambition to be a world manufacturing hub. Photo: Reuters Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (second right) with South Korean President Moon Jae-in beside him, at the inauguration of Samsung’s smartphone factory in Uttar Pradesh in 2018. India has long nursed an ambition to be a world manufacturing hub. Photo: Reuters
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (second right) with South Korean President Moon Jae-in beside him, at the inauguration of Samsung’s smartphone factory in Uttar Pradesh in 2018. India has long nursed an ambition to be a world manufacturing hub. Photo: Reuters
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