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US Companies hit by Donald Trump’s tariffs Eager to relocate to India from China

The organization, which encourages bilateral business and commerce relations between both nations, has received enquiries from these firms about how to invest in India and they’ve got a possibility of bringing in $21 billion in investments to India, Aghi said through an interactive session in Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K. Palaniswami’s meeting with investors on Tuesday.

India’s Consul General Sandeep Chakravorty also stated there was lots of attention from US businesses to relocate from China into India and he expected that Tamil Nadu is rolling out the red carpet for them.

US President Donald Trump’s trade war with China, the issues with protecting intellectual property and limitations on conducting business have prompted many US companies to search for other areas to expand or move operations.

By investing in different nations such businesses might have the ability to avoid the high tariffs levied by Trump, a few of which went into effect in September.

Wisner reported that the Centre must reform labor legislation to produce the state of employment of employees simple, empower the acquisition of property simpler, produce reliable tax strategies and set a solid financial industry which can fuel investment.

The obligation of the nation is to offer”a frame of welcome” to get copanies wishing to relocate or spend by helping them locate land easing clearances, and conducting interference with Delhi, said Wisner, who’s currently International Affairs Adviser to the international law firm, Squire Patton Boggs.

He added that the nation also must supply”the sorts of health and educational infrastructure that’s required not just for workforce, but also for managerial ability”.