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We produce informative reports and white papers on the state of UK India trade, how to increase it, and the areas of opportunity for UK companies in India.

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UK India Business Council, with our partners KPMG, have come together to produce this significant report on opportunities in the Indian Aerospace and Defence Industry. India has one of the largest defence industrial complexes in the developing world, yet the country continues to be overwhelmingly dependent on arms and equipment imports. This low level of […]

White Paper on Removing Barriers to Sustainable Municipal Solid Waste Management using Anaerobic Digestion in India India is the 5th largest economy in the world today with an ambition to become a USD 3 trillion economy (making it the 3rd largest economy in the world) by 2025. Accompanied by this ambitious target is the fact […]

This report outlines the breadth of advocacy work that the UKIBC has delivered in the last twelve months and sets out our objectives and plans for 2020. 2019 was another important year, during which we secured a number of advocacy wins that enhance the UK-India bilateral relationship. These include reforms to increase the post-study work […]

With the UK developing policies to enable UK universities to expand their international engagement and India embarking on the largest reform of its higher education sector in a generation, the time is right to ask UK higher education institutions about the future with India. This report gathers the views of UK universities and business schools […]

This report marks the fifth annual ‘Doing Business in India’ Report by the UK India Business Council (UKIBC). Building on our previous reports, we asked UK companies and higher education institutions operating in India about India’s business environment, why they want to do business in India, the challenges they have faced, and their priorities for […]

The UK India Business Council’s formal submission on India’s New Education Policy on behalf of our UK higher education members, grounded in our report, ‘Beyond the Top 200’, published in November 2018. Our submission was made to Minister of State for Human Resource Development (MHRD), Shri Sanjay Shamrao Dhotre, by a delegation of UK higher […]

The Business Case for a UK-India Data Garage Grounded in extensive interactions with Government and business across the UK-India corridor, the UKIBC has prepared this Briefing Note to facilitate consultation on the promising future of the UK-India Tech Partnership. A Data Garage is a ‘’virtual innovation” facility that enables participants seeking to deliver digital innovation […]

The Business Case for India’s Personal Data Protection Bill Grounded in extensive interactions with Government and business across the UK-India corridor, the UK India Business Council has prepared this briefing note to facilitate consultation on the Government of India’s draft Personal Data Protection Bill 2018 and the promising future of the UK-India Tech Partnership. This […]

India is on the cusp of implementing legislation that will govern the use of immense personal data caches being generated by nearly a fifth of the world’s population. With the delivery of the JAM (Jan Dhan-Aadhaar-Mobile) trinity, the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST), online filing of taxes, and the explosion of social […]

The UK India Business Council (UKIBC) is the premier membership-led group supporting trade, business and investment between the UK and India for a reason. In a year that took us from the Indian Commerce Minister’s two-day visit to London for JETCO in January to the India-UK FutureTech Festival in Delhi this December via Prime Minster […]

This report, based on responses from companies representing a combined turnover of over USD 122 billion, marks the fourth annual study on ‘Doing Business in India’ by the UK India Business Council (UKIBC) and will be the last prior to India’s General Election in 2019. Launched at the start of Narendra Modi’s term in office, […]

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