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Impact of COVID-19 on EU businesses in India in sectors of on-going EU-India policy dialogues

The on-going pandemic has significantly disrupted the global economy, including the business ecosystem for EU companies in India. Given the persisting uncertainty, processing, analysing and applying relevant information can be instrumental for businesses to effectively mitigate risks and alter their operations and strategies.

This Impact Review Report is designed to help EU businesses to understand the impact of COVID-19 in India across various evolving scenarios and the nature, intensity and duration of economic and developmental rebound and will help identify business opportunities in the sectors of:
• Renewable Energy
• Water Management
• Waste Management
• Sustainable Urbanisation (including mobility and urban infrastructure)
• ICT based solutions

Link to the review on the impact of COVID-19 on EU businesses in India. This review equips you with succinct market analyses, sectoral insights and analyses on the challenges and opportunities that might be ahead.

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