Several Indian companies have planned investments in Sri Lanka in the coming years. According to data from the High Commission of Sri Lanka in India, some big Indian companies operating in the Sri Lankan market include CEAT, Gujarat Glass, Indian Oil Corporation, Neelkamal Plastics, Gujarat Ambuja, Bharti Airtel, National Thermal Power Corporation, Welcome Hotels, Larsen & Toubro, Carin India, and Mphasis, among others
Expanding presence in Delhi-NCR, the Tata Group’s real estate arm Tata Housing has forayed into the Noida market. The company has entered the Noida residential market through a partnership with Lotus Greens. As per reports, it recently signed an agreement with Lotus Greens for the development of a 20 acre project in Sector 150, Noida.
Kenya is an important trade and investment partner for India. Bilateral trade was $4.235 billion during 2014-15. And India´s exports were worth nearly $4.12 billion. In 2003, RA Goenka was appointed as Honorary Consul of the Republic of Kenya