India, with its large market and high growth rate, represents an important opportunity for EU companies and in particular EU SMEs. Currently, the EU is India’s largest trading partner and India is the EU’s 9th largest trading partner. The European Union is also the largest investor in India. Nonetheless, EU commercial organisations and enterprises, notably SMEs, experience various challenges when operating in India relating to market access, non-tariff barriers to trade and investment, lack of accurate information about the regulatory frameworks, as well as practical restrictions and obstacles pertaining to commercial establishment.
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