This case is of a large U.S. manufacturing company considering if they should move their production from China to India, in order to remain globally competitive, especially for sale in the U.S. market. This case study examines in detail the recent (2003-2010) economic performance of India, including changes in government policy towards foreign investment in India. The case review of recent financial market and product developments in India. Finally, the case study also describes i … Read more »

This case is of a large U.S. manufacturing company considering if they should move their production from China to India, in order to remain globally competitive, especially for sale in the U.S. market. This case study examines in detail the recent (2003-2010) economic performance of India, including changes in government policy towards foreign investment in India. The case review of recent financial market and product developments in India. Finally, the case study also describes, illustrates and applies a process of risk analysis for foreign companies considering investing in a fast-growing developing country like India.
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F. John Mathis,
Paul G. Keat
Source: Thunderbird School of Global Management
17 pages.
Release Date: 23 May 2011. Prod #: TB0265-PDF-ENG
India: The promising future HBR case solution

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