Vietnam-India bilateral trade reached $15 billion for the first time in 2022, making India Vietnam’s 8th largest trading partner. However, the two sides still have a lot of potentials and room to develop, given the two countries’ large markets and their goods having a good complement to each other. Hence, the above results are still not commensurate with the potential and expectations. One of the major reasons is the lack of presence of Vietnamese enterprises in India.
Recently, many Vietnamese businesses have expressed interest and studied the steps to establish a business in India. However, due to different legal systems, language barriers and complex procedures, the number of Vietnamese enterprises present in India is limited.
Meeting the needs of businesses, on February 8, the Vietnam Trade Office in India in collaboration with related units will organize a Webinar themed “Regulations and procedures for establishing foreign enterprises in India”. The keynote speaker of the program was Mr. Manan Agarwal, director of KrayMan Consultants LLP, who has extensive professional experience in corporate law, regulations on business establishment, tax and customs procedures; Representatives of Indian banks exchange procedures related to payment, opening bank accounts, paying taxes, etc.
The Vietnam Trade Office in India would like to invite businesses, researchers, university students and interested individuals to attend the seminar under the following program:
Time: 15:30-16:45 (Vietnam time) Wednesday, February 08
Format: Online on Zoom Meeting platform
Language: English, with Vietnamese translation supported
Meeting ID: 910 6237 7373
Contact information: Mr. Do Duy Khanh, Viber/zalo: +84983088133; WhatsApp +919667811986. Email email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org.