Indian investment in the emerging economies of the Mekong region has been rising since 2000, influenced by recent policy changes in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam. The existence of untapped natural resources and improving investor confidence in these countries has contributed to the upward trend.
Indian entrepreneurs and the government of India (GoI) have invested in several joint ventures and wholly owned subsidiaries, through debt and equity transactions. The GoI has also provided financial support to promote exports including projects from India…
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Note: Article extracted from DFDL India Desk publication in India Business Law Journal, September 2012, Volume 6, Issue 3, page 56-57.
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