• Ventura Pranas: Accounting without Borders
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    Ventura Pranas: Accounting without Borders

    The bilateral trade channel between the U.S. and India is one of the busiest international business corridors. With thousands of HNIs & entrepreneurs continuing to take their business beyond the borders, the trade between the two global powers is estimated to have jumped substantially from $118 billion in 2016 to $140 billion in 2017. Of late, the Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has made it clear that the goal of increasing the annual trade between the U.S. and India to $500 billion is no more a ‘distant dream’. This makes further sense while thinking about India’s recent improvement (by 23 positions) in the World Bank’s ease of doing business index, not to mention the increasing number of Indian entrepreneurs expanding/migrating their operations to the U.S.


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