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Why Is China Upset With India’s Stringent Fdi Rules?

Why Is China Upset With India’s Stringent Fdi Rules?

India has recently modified its Foreign Direct Investment Policy intending to prevent ‘opportunistic takeover of the companies affected by the Covid-19 outbreak. The initiative has upset China which has defined as disobeying the international trade principal. This is also anticipated to decrease the investment flow in new companies as well as collaboration and acquisition scenario in the country. According to the press note, FDI will have a significant impact on listed organizations. There are three ways how Chinese money comes…

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Rein on FDI: Creating a ‘Great wall for China’?

Rein on FDI: Creating a ‘Great wall for China’?

With the effect of Covid-19 across the globe, China is facing a backlash that could destabilize the tenancy as the world’s favorable destination. India has recognized the opportunity and looking forward to capturing the space as sooner or later China will vacate it. China’s refuted global position is a ‘blessing in disguise for India to captivate investment. The northern state of Uttar Pradesh has a population of the size of Brazil is already constructing an economic task force to attract…

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How is FDI relevant for India’s foreign trade growth?

How is FDI relevant for India’s foreign trade growth?

India’s economic growth is dependent on productive investment as it is increasing largely. India is a labor-surplus economy with a scarcity of production capital. Maintaining a balanced source of investment is crucial for the industrial development of the country and productive growth. India’s Foreign Direct Investment has observed significant growth in November 2020. According to the Commerce Ministry, FDI in November 2020 raised to 81% to %10.15 billion from $5.6 billion in November 2019. India has captivated a total FDI…

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How revised FDI policies can be a good driver for the Indian Economy?

How revised FDI policies can be a good driver for the Indian Economy?

Intending to prevent opportunistic takeover on Indian organizations shrunk due to the covid-19 pandemic, the Indian government recently made some modifications in its FDI policy where it is mandatory to have government approval for foreign investment from other nations sharing borders with India. While this would affect numerous nations which are sharing a border with India. China is most affected by the changes as it is aggressively investing in India for the past many years. These FDI policy modifications have…

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Impact of FDI on Indian Economy?

Impact of FDI on Indian Economy?

India has been attracting a lot of foreign attention when it comes to financial investments from the beginning. This is because since the day our government opened up the country’s economy in 1991 and started the liberalized investment policies along with many other initiatives that were implemented over the years, has made India a hub of opportunities in the international market. FDI India plays a major role in the economic development of India by being the main monetary source. We…

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