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FDI in Retail in India: Will it help in Logistics?

FDI in Retail in India: Will it help in Logistics?

The retail industry in India is flourishing at a great pace over the last few years. Indian retail is ranked as the fifth largest on the globe. It is contributing to 5% of the GDP of the nation. India consists of several investment destinations among the 30 emerging markets. FDI in India between April 2000 to April 2010 to single-brand retailing settled at $195 billion. Several measures on the potential growth of the retail industry are available in the market….

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Changing the View of FDI in India

Changing the View of FDI in India

With the perspective to avoid opportunistic amalgamation of the Indian organization crippled by the Covid-19 pandemic, the government of India made some alteration in the FDI policy, which has made government approval for receiving FDI from the neighbouring countries. While this would affect the various countries sharing borders with the nation. China was adversely affected as it has been investing in the country in the last few years. Non-Residents investing in India are needed to adhere to India’s FDI policy….

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FDI In Retail: Good Message

FDI In Retail: Good Message

In the contemporary market economy, retailing is a connection between the producer and consumer. To maintain a strong relationship between the two, retailers not only offer a variety of products but also offer the utmost services to the customers. The retail sector is one of the powerful pillars of the Indian economy which is flourishing in the market at pace. India is considered as the place for shopkeepers as more than 15 million retailers are set up in the country….

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Reasons FDI Policies Polarize In India

Reasons FDI Policies Polarize In India

India has represented a strong economic track record despite the pandemic and new FDI policy to ease the market access and business opportunities to boost the economy. Besides the enhancement of the business climate, it has introduced new sectors for foreign investment. India’s digital economy has offered bright prospects with 300 billion subscribers. The country consists of a wide range of industries and market consumption. India is looking forward to permitting 26% FDI from the countries which it shares borders…

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The Logic Behind The New FDI Policy

The Logic Behind The New FDI Policy

India’s Department for the Promotion and Industry Trade (DPIIT) has modified its FDI policy to restrain the possibilities of predatory foreign investment capitalizing on the financial distress of Covid-19 affecting Indian organizations. The establishment of India’s FDI policy now needs any investment from the nations which share a border with India via the government. Even shifting ownership of the existing or future FDI to such organizations which requires government approval. Since the government has approved FDI from Bangladesh and Pakistan,…

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