Cleaners come to dust and arrange fresh flowers every day.handles a custard cream. Most of my clients are Indian, but they trust the British link. There’s still a lot of goodwill towards the English here.They associate Britishness with honesty, integrity. His room is watched over by pictures of Ganesh, the elephant-headed Hindu god known as ‘The Remover of Obstacles’ – a popular deity with businessmen.It’s the same here.’One success story has turned spectacularly sour.
‘This is a country that has given the investor a return on assets of 20 per cent a year.
For the past decade, the growth of the economy has been as much as nine per cent per annum.
The Warwick University graduate set up an Indian PR firm in 2001 and became a leading figure in the industry.
Among her clients were some of the richest men in India, including Ratan Tata of the Tata group of companies that owns Tetley Tea, Corus, Jaguar and Land Rover. Britain has benefited hugely from the brain drain of recent decades.
A meal in a good restaurant can be had for just £9 a head. A loaf of bread is 25p.‘The move to Goa is about change of opportunity, change of life.