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How can Foreign Investors Invest in Indian Businesses?

How can Foreign Investors Invest in Indian Businesses?

Foreign direct investment or FDI is an important factor for economic growth. It is a type of investment where a foreign investor (firm or individual) invests into a firm that is located is another country. In other words, one country invests in another country. FDI is often confused with FPI- foreign portfolio investment; however the two are fundamentally different. Unlike FPI, FDI does not simply mean the transfer of funds from the investor to the business. Instead, it is characterised…

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Soft Loan Explained

Soft Loan Explained

A soft loan is a loan with no interest or a  below-market interest rate (BMIR is a rate that is below the prevailing commercial bank interest rate in effect at a particular time).  Also called  “soft financing” or “concessional funding,” soft loans have relaxed terms, such as extended grace periods in which only interest or service charges are due, and interest holidays. Soft loans typically offer longer repayment (also known as amortization) schedules (in some cases up to 50 years)…

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Pros of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)

Pros of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)

A foreign direct investment (FDI) is an investment made by a firm or individual based in one country into a business located in another country. Under FDI, an investor does not simply purchase equities of foreign-based companies but establishes foreign business operations or acquires foreign business assets— the former is called foreign portfolio investments, which is differentiated from foreign direct investment in terms of lasting interest. What is notable is that the investors not only bring in money but also…

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Government Loans for Business in India

Government Loans for Business in India

One of the largest economies in the world, India has become an attractive destination for foreign direct investments. The ease of doing business in the country has encouraged many firms to set up base here. Micro, small and medium enterprises of the country are significant contributors to its business environment and economical growth. SME’s (Small and medium enterprises) contribute more than 40 per cent to the total GDP (gross domestic product) and is also a critical source of employment for…

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Government Reliefs for Industries in India

Government Reliefs for Industries in India

As you are aware, the Indian economy continues to reel from the unprecedented  coronavirus pandemic, the Government of India announced a 20-trillion-rupee (US$266 billion) relief plan for Asia’s third-largest economy. The P.M. of India has gone on record saying “The economic package will give a new momentum to India’s development journey and put India on the road to self-reliance. It is for the cottage, small and medium-scale industries.” The special economic package, equivalent to around 10 per cent of India’s…

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