The Japan-India Investment Corridor: Trends, challenges, and practical solutions

With historical links said to stretch back to the sixth century, the relationship between Japan and India encompasses more than simply economic interest, extending in recent times to long-term joint political and strategic goals. Following the signing of a free trade agreement in 2011, both countries have sought greater bilateral commercial trade and investment, these ties strengthening after the reopening of borders post-COVID-19. In this publication, we explore key drivers fuelling investment decisions, sectors of interest, and common challenges encountered when doing business in the Japan-India markets.



Authored by Jacky Scanlan Dyas, Biswajit Chatterjee, and Kaustubh George.

Jacky Scanlan-Dyas
Biswajit Chatterjee
Kaustubh George


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