FSSAI Food License

  FSSAI License or FSSAI Registration is permitted to run a food business across India. FSSAI stands for the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India and established as per provision Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006. FSSAI is the sole authority to issue food licenses in India and regulate monitor and control food business…

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FAQ ON ADVERTISEMENT OF FOOD PRODUCTS

Frequently Asked Questions regarding Advertising & Claims on Food Products Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has notified FSS (Advertising & Claims) Regulations pertaining to claims and advertisements by food business operators in respect of their food products. What is the purpose of these FASSAI regulations? These policies are aimed toward establishing fairness…

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Invest in Indian Companies

How a company registered in India can receive foreign investment? The company registered in India can receive foreign funding/investment under following routes. There is only two way to receive foreign investment after following the guidelines and procedure issued by the Reserve Bank of India. The courses under which c company registered in India can receive…

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PROHIBITED SECTOR UNDER FDI

Foreign Investment in India and disallow sector and person for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Disallow sectors Andy kind of foreign capital contribution by a person non-resident person is Disallow in the following business sectors: Business of Lottery online or offline lotteries. Casinos, gambling and betting. Chit funds Business. Public Company as Nidhi Company . Investment…

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FDI IN LLP

As per the provision of FEMA, any individual none resident people or corporation registered outside India can invest in India by way of acquisition transfer of profit shares in the capital structure of an LLP under FDI. However, there is some person who cannot make an investment or cannot contribute foreign capital in the Indian…

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TOP JAPANESE SECTORS IN INDIA

TOP JAPANESE SECTORS IN INDIA The Japanese presence in India spans across a wide range of sectors including, but not limited to, automobiles, chemicals, textiles, and renewable energy. Japanese companies operating in these sectors have not only been immensely successful in India but have also reaped rich dividends on their investments made into the Indian…

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