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India Outlook Summit on 5th December in London

PR Newswire | 25 Oct, 2013
MUMBAI, India: UBM, in association with Financial Times and FDI Magazine announces the launch of the India Outlook Summit on the 5th of December, 2013 in London. The event will take place across London, Singapore and Dubai.

Courtney Fingar, Editor, fDi Magazine continues to say, "Its concurrent emergence as an economic power has kept the country front of mind. Yet China has outpaced it in attracting greenfield investment and other emerging markets are catching up quickly. Lingering problems in the business environment, such as excessive red tape, unfriendly legislation, tax uncertainties and inadequate intellectual property protection, are holding India back from reaching its full FDI potential."

With escalating market demand and increasing purchase power, across industries, India has emerged as a viable business and investment attraction. Courtney highlights this fact, "India remains competitive because of the sheer scale of business opportunity it possesses. But now is the time for India to move to the next level, and further boost its appeal to investors."

India Outlook Summit is a multiple destination, international conference, that will focus on the assessment, challenges, and opportunities for investment within the Indian economy.

The conference will bring together economy influencers, decision makers and business leaders to lead attendees in a discussion on future investment prospects in India. The event's line up of keynote and executive speakers will present both a domestic and global perspective.

Key Issues to be addressed during the Conference:

    Defining the current status of the Indian economy and its future outlook
    Reviewing the future of Indian FDI and potential future opportunities
    Assessing future economic and regulatory trends
    Identifying key tax and regulatory challenges when investing in India
    Evaluating key sectors for lucrative investment and business opportunities
    Understanding successful investment and business strategies for India
    Restoring investor confidence in tomorrow's Indian market

For more information, please http://www.indiainvestmentoutlook.com/pr

About UBM

UBM plc is a leading global events-led marketing services and communications company. They help businesses do business, bringing the world's buyers and sellers together at events, online and in print. Their 5,500 staff in more than 30 countries are organised into specialist teams which serve commercial and professional communities, helping them to do business and their markets to work effectively and efficiently.

For more information, go to http://www.ubm.com; follow them on Twitter at @UBM_plc to get the latest UBM corporate news; follow @UBMNews for news from all UBM's businesses; follow @UBM for a flavour of UBM from selected members of UBM's Twitterati.

About FDI Magazine

fDi Magazine is an English-language bi-monthly news and foreign direct investment publication, providing an up-to-date review of global investment activity. The A4 glossy pages reach a circulation of 14,969 ABC audited active corporate and cross border investment professionals across the world.

fDi Magazine is a central part of the fDi Intelligence portfolio of investment products and services from the Financial Times.

For more information, please http://www.indiainvestmentoutlook.com/pr

For further information please contact Mr Sean Palanna, Marketing Manager, UBM India: T: +91-(022)6172-7072/ +91-(0)9920-857525, e-mail: sean.palanna@ubm.com

 
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