There was always going to be concern that 2017 would be an uncertain period, but what, exactly, will likely alter foreign investment decisions?
Prime ministers Narendra Modi and David Cameron met in London on 12-13 November. The two endorsed a “vision statement,” outlining a roadmap for deepening cooperation between the UK and India.
With new figures showing that foreign direct investment (FDI) into the UK has reached a record high of more than £1tn,David Cameron has suggested it shows "Britain is the place to do business".
Inward investment projects into the UK rose by 15 per cent last year, as it retained its position as Europe's foremost destination for global investors while simultaneously increasing its market share.
India is relaxing its rules on inward investment, opening its doors to British retailers.