Singapore: Opportunities in India for Singapore builders

Singapore: Opportunities in India for builders

Liberalisation of the construction sector rules in India may afford opportunities for Singapore builders. Under the new rules, businesses can establish wholly owned companies without any conditions relating to minimum capitalisation and minimum area development provisions prior to entering India’s construction market.

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Accordingly, foreign investors—including companies from Singapore—that previously may have had to exit the market due to joint venture issues, may find the new rules beneficial.


Read a January 2016 report [PDF 289 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Singapore: New opportunities for Singapore builders in India’s building industry

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