The UK-India association goes back a long time in history. Despite the strong legacy it left behind in terms of language, culture, bureaucracy and judiciary, the share of the UK in India’s foreign trade has traditionally
lagged behind that of other countries. This document endeavors to provide insights and perspectives on a few
sectors that are relevant to the UK-India corridor. Both India and the UK possess several skills and experiences that can benefit the industry on either side. Investors are keen to collaborate, but they feel stifled with regulatory issues. This document charts some ideas that can drive industry solutions and also restore investor confidence. The ball is now in the policymakers’ court to bilaterally engage, discuss and resolve issues in the best interest of developing trust, confidence and enthusiasm among investors.