India Eases Foreign Investment Rules for Retail

The Indian government recently liberalized its Foreign Direct Investment policy, which will ease local sourcing requirements and the approval process for foreign investment in single brand retail, among other major reforms.

BaldiaSonia PhotoThese reforms are aimed at streamlining the entire foreign investment environment by opening up sectors and removing obstacles to doing business with and investing in India.

Baker & McKenzie Partner Sonia Baldia, who brings more than 17 years of sourcing, technology and intellectual property experience, provides insights on what has changed, what hasn’t, and the implications for global retail brands.  Click here to read more.