The Times of India
May 29, 2016
Nexsen Pruet attorney Tushar V Chikhliker spoke with attorneys from major media outlets in India, including The Times of India, recently in Columbia regarding Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) and economic development in South Carolina.
Chikhliker was quoted in an article in The Times of India, May 29th Edition, "Getting more queries from Indian companies: South Carolina Department of Commerce."
"The market is huge in India and there are additional business coming overseas. South Carolina has been paying more attention to India than before especially with governor Haley in office. We can organize a business in the state in a matter of hours however licenses coming in may take days. The process has been very seamless with no levels of bureaucracy to move through," says Chikhliker.
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As head of Nexsen Pruet’s economic development group and a key member of the its public finance group, Tushar Chikhliker works to negotiate and implement financial transactions aimed at sparking new success, or bolstering established success, for his clients in the South Carolina communities where they choose to invest.