“India and Italy today (October 30) inked six pacts to boost cooperation in key sectors, including energy and trade, after detailed talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Italian counterpart Paolo Gentiloni on ways to strengthen ties and countering terrorism.
They also called on all countries to work towards rooting out terrorist safe havens, their infrastructure and networks and halting cross-border movement of terrorists, a joint statement issued after the meeting said, in a veiled reference to Pakistan. (…)”
Source: The Economic Times
It is true that the United States remains the favorite destination for Indian investors, also because the investor visa is the easiest way to bring their children to US universities. However, it is likely that during his visit to India, President Gentiloni also illustrated Italy’s new opportunities for investors: an entry visa, a residence permit, and favorable tax treatment.
To learn more about these new opportunities, read our information on the new investor visa.