Franchising in India — key considerations for franchisors seeking to grow their brands

By Abhishek Dubé and Erik B Wulff

India recently staged the largest free democratic election in world history, bringing to power the National Democratic Alliance, led by the Bharatiya Janata Party, and with it a fresh sense of optimism about India’s economic future.

The new (and strongly pro-business) prime minister, Narendra Modi, campaigned to revive India’s economy, create millions of new jobs, tame persistently high inflation, improve trade ties between India and the US and, over time, lift restrictions on US exports in a broad range of industries…

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