Best Investments for Indian Expats

After speaking about the best investments for Canadian and British expats, this article will discuss investment opportunities for non resident Indians (NRIs).

If you have any questions or are interested in expat-specific investing, you can use the chat function below or contact me using this form.

Introduction:

NRI — ‘NRIs’, also known as the ‘Non-Resident Indians’, are the people having Indian origin but are living somewhere else other than India. NRIs are technically Indian citizens. NRIs are the people who possess an Indian passport but have temporarily emigrated to any other country, whatever the purpose might be.

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