Will Modi’s Moves Lead to the ‘Next China’?

“COVID-19 taught global manufacturing companies the dangers of depending on any single country for their operations. Multinationals are reviewing their global footprints and diversifying away from China. Is India the first step?” wrote Tractus India Senior Consultant Sreehari Marar and Tractus USA Research Analyst Apoorva Handigol for Site Selection Magazine. “India is positioning itself for restructuring of global supply and value chains in the post-COVID-19 world. It’s beginning to work.”

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