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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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Foreign Direct Investment Opportunities Decoded for NRIs

Foreign Direct Investment Opportunities Decoded for NRIs

An individual who has been studying in the US for the past couple of years with an Indian passport becomes an NRI and even an individual who has moved to Australia and is now a permanent resident is called an NRI. But, given that India does not allow dual citizenship, there is a difference between the two (simultaneously having an Indian and a foreign country citizenship). Broadly speaking, an Indian citizen who usually resides outside India and holds an Indian…

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Why Is FDI Needed in India?

Why Is FDI Needed in India?

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is the investment of funds by a company from one country to another.  There are many ways in which FDI benefits the recipient nation: Employment and Economic Growth – Development of work is the most apparent benefit of FDI. It is also one of the key reasons why a country, in particular a developing country, is trying to attract FDIs. Increased FDI enhances both the development industry and the services sector. In exchange, this increases opportunities…

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How will FDI Growth be In 2021?

How will FDI Growth be In 2021?

When it comes to the high growth history of foreign Direct Investment in India, it is sure to “go well” in the year which is 2021, as well. With an increment in the concerns amongst the foreign investors in the country, there have been some ongoing government reform initiatives that have further boosted the market ambience. This has come regardless of the global economic slowdown that India faced due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A global recession hit the surface of…

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Learnings about the Growth of FDI in the Indian Economy by Far

Learnings about the Growth of FDI in the Indian Economy by Far

For India’s economic development, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is a significant driver of economic growth and an important source of non-debt financing. It was the government’s initiative to put an encouraging and investor-friendly FDI policy in place. All this was intended to make the FDI policy more investor-friendly and eliminate the policy bottlenecks that have hampered the inflows of investment into the country. As is evident from the ever growing volumes of FDI inflows being received into the country, the…

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