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E-COMMERCE IN INDIA - A GAME CHANGER FOR THE ECONOMY

SEPT 2016- e-Commerce has transformed the way business is done in India. With attractive and convenient shopping options at the core of the consumer facing business, the e-Commerce industry offers the power to create innovative, sustainable, consistent and seamless shopping experience across all channels. In the last 4 years, while the e-Commerce B2C segment has grown significantly leading to creation of many Unicorns, the focus of the Investors going forward seems to have shifted to profitable growth to achieve a stabilization of the economic model. This seems to be resulting in collaborations and partnerships across the value chain with the aim to optimize the costs. Simultaneously, the e-Commerce B2B segment is showing signs of rapid digital adoption which is likely to feed the significant rise of MSMEs and entrepreneurs from the Indian hinterland.



REPORT: THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY IN INDIA

JULY 2016- The Indian Chemical Industry is an integral part of Indian economy . The industry has key linkages with several other downstream industries such as agriculture, infrastructure, textiles, food processing etc. This report on Indian Chemical and Petrochemical Industry is a part of FICCI and TATA Strategic Management Group (TSMG) Chemical Practice's endeavor to highlight the utility of Chemicals in day-to-day life.



THE ITALIAN FOOD MAGAZINE FOR INSIGHTS ON ITALIAN PRODUCTS IN FOREIGN MARKET

JULY 2016- The Italian Food Magazine is an electronic magazine showcasing Italian companies and their products on foreign markets. Available on the link below is the e-book with insights on food waste, cheese exports and on palm oil.



FDI MONITOR - GREENFIELD AND BROWNFIELD INVESTMENTS IN ITALY

The study, besides highlighting the importance of FDIs for the Italian economy, also provides a snapshot of the attractiveness of Italy as a system, tracking both the number and the source of incoming FDIs before, during and after the financial crisis. A particular emphasis is dedicated to Lombardy and Milan, which remain by far the preferred point of entry for multinational companies wishing to penetrate the Italian market. The study has been carried out, taking into consideration trends and sectors of FDIs registered over almost a decade. Both Greenfield and Brownfield Investments have been thoroughly examined so as to determine their source as well as their potential future paths of development. For more information please contact at mumbai@ice.it

WHY INVEST IN ITALY

In the last two decades, bilateral trade between India and Italy has grown 12 times from 708 million EUR to 8.5 billion EUR, however in 2012 total trade decreased to 7.1 billion EUR due to Eurozone crisis, strong depreciation of Indian rupee and the slowing down of Indian economy. Italy is the 5th commercial partner of India in the EU after Germany, Belgium, United Kingdom and France. Italian exports to India are led by machines and machine tools and metal and metal products. Indian exports to Italy are led by textile products and garments. For more information please contact at mumbai@ice.it