India's leading private carrier, Jet Airways, plans to expand its European operations by flying to Amsterdam. The airline is also looking to increase the number of flights that it currently operates to Bangkok, Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Singapore.
Britain's leading oil and natural gas company, BG Group, announced a major agreement for the long-term sale of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to India, signifying one of the largest trade deals between the two countries.
A new pan-India network of British Business Centres, with an initial investment of over £1.1 million, was green lit on the back of British Prime Minister David Cameron's announcement in India last month.
One of India's chief economic strategists has stressed that India remains wide open for business despite a slowing growth rate.
The entry of foreign airlines into India's domestic sector became a reality with approval for a new airline – AirAsia India.
The Indian finance minister presented the country's annual Budget for 2013-14 with a clear signal for foreign investors.
British Prime Minister David Cameron began his three-day mega visit to India with the promise of same-day visas for Indian businessmen, enhancing the "special relationship".
India's leading private carrier, Jet Airways, has inched close to a deal with Etihad to pick up a 24 per cent stake for an estimated $330 million.
Close on the heels of Swedish firm Ikea getting the go-ahead to set up its stores in India, Walmart confirmed the country was high on its investment list.