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Investment Climate & Economic Development Practice - EY - India

Government & public sector

Investment Climate & Economic Development

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Trade & investment are the backbone of a country's economy. We at EY understand your business needs and try to provide a fitted solution to your needs.

You can benefit from our dedicated and experienced investment & trade promotion team with experience across 26 sectors. Our continuous engagement with Investors and Investment Promotion Agencies gives us a deep understanding of the investor's decision- making process in one hand and the investment promotion process on the other, which augments our ability to deliver suitable solutions to your needs.

Our Investment Climate and Economic Development practice focuses on helping our clients in evaluating, developing and encouraging the potential for enhanced trade, investment and employment. We offer services to:

  • Central and state governments
  • Multilateral funding agencies
  • Investment promotion and economic development agencies

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We also support Governments in developing and implementing social and economic reform programs, providing sustainable livelihood and enhanced trade and investments. Some of our areas of focus are health, education, rural development, poverty reduction and industries.

We work with government agencies and provide implementation support that encompasses people, process and technology.

Some of our key solutions are:

  • Policy advocacy
  • Project management
  • Capacity building
  • Monitoring and evaluation
  • Regulatory simplification
  • Investment and trade promotion
 

Our services



Contact our Government & public sector leader
Rohan Malik
Partner & Markets Leader
Advisory Services
+91 124 464 4521


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Reaching towards its true potential - EY's 2011 India attractiveness survey

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