UK Edition – October 2018

/Tag: UK Edition – October 2018

Can Jeremy Corbyn put ties with India back on track?

2018-10-26T14:27:34+00:00October 26th, 2018|2017/2018, UK Edition – October 2018|

India and Indian companies have a massive stake in the Brexit negotiations and their outcome. A long-awaited trade deal between the UK and India is still nowhere on the horizon, caught up in wrangles over immigration and market access. Should Indian companies plan for a scenario where they may have to deal with a Jeremy Corbyn led government? The United Kingdom is currently in the midst of what B-schools call scenario planning. If Brexit takes place with Deal A, then [...]

Britain must address the trust deficit with India

2020-03-24T11:06:43+00:00October 26th, 2018|2017/2018, UK Edition – October 2018|

A leading Opposition politician in the UK believes the Indian diaspora has a lot to offer post-Brexit Britain if only its value is fully utilised by the government. The United Kingdom and India have a long, shared history, and the ties that bind our two great nations, be they diplomatic, economic or cultural, go back through the generations. As we move ever closer to the UK leaving the European Union (EU), these links are important now more than ever. Like [...]

Indian students coming to the UK is good for both countries

2018-10-26T15:45:03+00:00October 26th, 2018|2017/2018, Home Page, UK Edition – October 2018|

A leading sector champion explains why UK university chiefs are calling for a new visa making it easier for Indian students to work in the UK after their studies. When Malav Sanghavi came to the UK from India to study at Imperial College London he was focused on his academic and career ambitions, rather than any bureaucratic hurdles. While studying, Malav unlocked a passion for entrepreneurship and started businesses around the low-cost baby incubator and artificial limb smart sockets he [...]

Ontario: A great destination for Indian investors

2018-11-23T14:11:21+00:00October 26th, 2018|2017/2018, UK Edition – October 2018|

The Trade Minister of the Canadian province of Ontario lays out the credentials for Indian companies to invest in the economically vibrant region. Our government wants the world to know we are open for business. The province of Ontario  accounts for 40 per cent of Canada’s economy. We’re located in the heart of North America, with access to 14 road border crossings into the United States and 142 million consumers within a day’s drive. We also lead the nation in [...]