Recently the Economist Intelligence Unit stated that: "The general election that concluded on 13 May resulted in the formation of a new coalition Government that is stronger than was expected, and this outcome will provide a significant boost to India's political and economic prospects". Since the election, we have also had the formation of a new government and the union budget on 6 July. What does this all mean for British and European businesses and their advisers, especially lawyers?
Since the general election in India on 13 May, what does the future hold for the liberalisation of the country's legal sector? Alan Jenkins reports on the growing opportunities for foreign lawyers Recently...
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