INDIA’S SEAFOOD EXPORTS REACH RECORD HIGH IN FY 2023-24
Jun 21, 2024
Frozen shrimp continued to be the top export item, both in quantity and value India's seafood exports achieved a record high in volume for the financial year 2023-24.

INCHAM MEMBER SIGNS JOINT VENTURE WITH HCMF TO MANUFACTURE SUNROOFS IN INDIA
Jun 17, 2024
Minda Corp successfully signed a joint venture agreement with HCMF aimed at manufacturing sunroof and closure technology products for passenger cars by localisation in India.

INDIA TO REMAIN FASTEST-GROWING BIG ECONOMY IN 2024, WORLD BANK SAYS
Jun 14, 2024
India, despite a projected slowdown this year, will continue to be the world's fastest-growing large economy, according to the World Bank's latest Global Economic Prospects report.

INCHAM CORPORATE MEMBER ENTERS INDIAN MARKET WITH ACQUISITION OF CELIN & SEPTRAN
Jun 07, 2024
The Indian pharmaceutical market is flourishing, driven by strong R&D and a strategic focus on ASEAN and India for exporting to European and US markets. Leading this charge is RV Group, an INCHAM Corporate Member.

INCHAM CHAIRMAN LOOKS POSITIVELY ABOUT PROSPECTS OF VIETNAM'S HIGH-TECH SECTOR
Jun 04, 2024
Vietnam's high-tech sector has attracted global attention recently from world-leading tech giants like Intel and Samsung. Regarding its implications for Vietnam's burgeoning tech ecosystem, INCHAM Chairman - Mr. Indronil Sengupta, had a short interview with Vietnam Times Magazine.

INTRODUCING INDIA INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION CENTRE (IIAC)
May 30, 2024
India International Arbitration Centre (IIAC) is launded aimed at promoting India as a country of arbitration, given the cost effective, fair and timely resolution of dispute mechanism put in place by the Government of India.

INDIA SET TO REMAIN LEADING PLAYER IN GLOBAL RICE MARKET DESPITE RESTRICTIONS: USDA
May 14, 2024
The USDA said that India will contribute to a major part of the rice exports in the global market, however, it is anticipated to be much lower in comparison to 2021-22

ASEAN, INDIA RISE IN SUPPLY CHAIN PRIORITY: SURVEY
May 10, 2024
Global business leaders are increasingly looking to India and Southeast Asia as alternative supply chain destinations while trade relations between China and the US deteriorate, according to a poll by PwC published on May 9.