Germany follows a system known as the ‘Social Market Economy’, which in India is called ’Inclusive Growth’.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) aims at a social and ecologically sustainable way of running business. In Germany, which already has a set of high mandatory social and ecological standards, CSR is an instrument to improve sustainability even further.
Here are some guidelines regarding rules & regulations for non-EU nationals who want to work in Germany & information on various topics like validity of your driving licence, finding an accomodation, a job as well as commonly used phrases & expressions in German.
Bilateral trade volume between India & Germany has grown dynamically during the last few years. This has led to an increase in the exchange of professionals from both countries, thereby creating a need to simplify regulations on social security between the two countries.
The initiative iMOVE was established by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) in 2001, in order to promote business relations of German training providers with international public and private organisations.