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  • Riding The Wave of Indias

    Growth & Transformation

    Doing Business Overseas Seminar Series

    30 November 2016

    JEM Auditorium

    The International Monetary Fund expects Indias GDP to grow more than 7% this year, making India one of the

    worlds fastest-growing economies. Powered by a middle class that is expected to more than triple to 89

    million households by 2025, India has an attractive long-term future and compares favourably with other emerging


    With the increasing trend in urbanisation and development programs like Smart Cities, Housing for All, and AM-

    RUT, there are many opportunities for Singapore companies in the construction industry in India.

    Shortage in skilled workforce, increasing demand for quality and on-time delivery, and the onset of the Real Estate

    Regulatory Bill are constituents for a game change in the industry. The introduction of Goods & Services Tax in

    2017 will ease tax-related complexities in the construction sector and bring with it a major spurt in activities and un-

    precedented growth in modern India.

    Join us at the seminar to find out more!

    Organised By:

    Date: 30 November 2016

    Time: 8.30am - 1.30pm

    Fee: S$50 (including GST)

    Venue: JEM Auditorium, Level 6,

    50 Jurong Gateway Road,

    Singapore 608549

    Registration Details

    Please complete the details below

    and email to Darren Lee at


    Confirmation and further details

    with be sent upon successful regis-


    Payment by cheque payable to

    Building and Construction Authority.

    Time Programme

    8.30am Registration and Networking

    9.00am Welcome Address by BCA

    9.15am Sustainability of Indias Growth and Benefits for Singapore Con-

    struction Companies

    Dr Amitendu Palit, Senior Research Fellow, Research Lead (Trade & Economic Policy), Institute of South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore

    9.45am Understanding Taxation Landscape And What Upcoming GST

    Means For Businesses

    Mr Gagan Malik, International Director (Asia Pacific Tax Centre - India Tax Desk), Ernst & Young, Singapore

    10.15am Financing Solutions For Your Overseas Projects in India

    Amit Sharma, Executive Director (India Corridor), Commercial Banking, Standard Chartered Bank, Singapore

    Vanessa Leung, Head, Commercial Banking, Standard Chartered Bank, Singapore

    10.45am Teabreak

    11.15am Project Opportunities

    Sharing by overseas developers

    1.30pm End of Seminar

    Networking Lunch

    *Program and topics may be subject to change without prior notice.

    Supporting Partners:


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