For anyone interested in investing overseas, the statistics regarding predicted growth in India are impressive. Goldman Sachs, the global investment bank, predict that in terms of purchasing power the Indian economy will be the third largest in the world falling closely behind the US and China by 2035. The International Monetary Fund has suggested in a recent report that the Indian economy is projected to grow at 8.8 percent. India has of course been on the up for a while. The Economic Liberalization introduced by the Government of India in 1991, proved to be the stepping-stone for Indian economic reform movements. Trade liberalization, financial liberalization, tax reforms and opening up to foreign investments were some of the important steps which helped the Indian economy to gain momentum and get to where it is today. India has undergone a paradigm shift owing to its competitive stand in the world. The Indian economy is on a robust growth trajectory and boasts of rising foreign exchange reserves and booming capital markets with returns on investment of more than 79% in 2009. India, with its consistent growth performance and abundant highly skilled manpower provides enormous opportunities for investments. India's foreign trade policy has been designed with a view to encourage foreign direct investment (FDI) in India. The FDI policy rationalization and liberalization measures taken by the Government has resulted in increased inflows of FDI. For example foreign direct investment flows to India were valued at 20.92 billion US Dollars between April and December 2009. Singhania UK offer advice on issues relating to Indian investment as well as personal and corporate Indian laws. For further information on issues relating to investing in India, personal or corporate and Indian laws in general please contact Manish Khandelwal by email: or phone: 0207 233 5511.