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How Can I Recover my NPA?

How Can I Recover my NPA?

NPA or Non Performing Assets can be a loan or an advance where principal or interest amounts are either late or haven’t been paid. Once that happens, the lending bank can regard the loan or the advance as NPA, if they have not received an interest payment for three months. Other reasons for your loan to get classified into NPA can be when there is no activity or operation in the account or if the unit is inoperative. There are…

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What is Inward Direct Investment and its Benefits

What is Inward Direct Investment and its Benefits

Under inward direct investment, foreign entities (individual or business) invest in a firm that is based in a different country than the investors. Foreign direct investment is a type of inward investment, consisting of mergers and acquisitions or establishing new operations for existing businesses. According to the United Nations Conference for Trade and Development (UNCTAD), FDI is ‘investment made to acquire lasting interest in enterprises operating outside of the economy of the investor.’ Inward investments into a country are important…

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What is NPA and types of NPA?

What is NPA and types of NPA?

NPA or Non Performing Asset is those kinds of loans or advances that are in default or in arrears. In other words, these are those kinds of loans wherein principal or interest amounts are late or have not been paid. These are also the kinds of loans where the lender considers the loan agreement to be broken and the receiver of the loan is unable to pay back the loan amount. In simpler terms, if the customers do not repay…

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Examples of Foreign Direct Investment

Examples of Foreign Direct Investment

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. The foreign investor is given at least 10 per cent voting rights in the…

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Why is FDI so important?

Why is FDI so important?

Foreign direct investment is when an investor living in one country invests in a business based in another country. Under FDI, the foreign investor (individual or business) owns 10 per cent of the company where the investment is being made. If the investor owns less than 10 per cent, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) defines it as part of his or her stock portfolio. A 10 per cent ownership is a safe bet because it does not give the investor…

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