Foreign Investment & Exchange Control

The firm witnessed the invent of the FERA and then FEMA regulations when India opened its doors to foreign investment in 1991. We bear in mind the highly regulated and ever-evolving foreign investment landscape in India and have been advising clients, domestic and international, on inward foreign remittances into various sectors. We often provide comments and suggestions to the Ministry of Commerce and Industry in relation to the FDI policy in relation to investment in the e-commerce marketplace.

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