Doing Business in India
The Embassy provides Icelandic companies and investors various information on how to do business in India, in order to facilitate further trade between the two countries. Through its presence in New Delhi, the Embassy aims at building up solid knowledge of the current status and future prospects of different sectors of the Indian economy; monitor the development of the legal framework for bilateral trade and investment; and gain practical experience of the cultural aspects of doing business in India.
Practical advice for Icelanders travelling to India (PDF).
Understanding of the cultural setting and business etiquette is important for all trade-related activities in India (PDF).
The Embassy´s partners in India include:
- Confederation of Indian Industry
- Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI)
- NASSCOM (Trade Body and Chamber of Commerce of the IT-BPO industries).
Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM)
The Indian Ministry of Commerce and Industry provides detailed information on foreign direct investments and rules and regulations.