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India is one of the world’s fastest growing major economies. The high return on investment makes India a credible investment destination, as well as a key investing country in a global economy.

RSM's India desk is staffed with professionals who have a depth of experience working with India-based companies looking to enter the United States as well as U.S. companies looking to move into or expand in the India market. Working with our India desk, companies can have the confidence that they have the resources needed to successfully navigate local customs and regulations on both sides of a transaction.

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