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FDI Initiatives in India

FDI Initiatives in India

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.

Over the years, the Indian government has liberalised its foreign direct investment policy in order to attract more and more investors. This is because, FDI is a critical driver of economic growth and is a significant non-debt financial resource for a developing country like India. On the other hand, foreign investors are willing to invest in the Indian market due to relatively lower wages and special investment privileges such as tax exemptions, etc.

Apart from contributing to economic development, FDI equity inflows also bring in technological know-how, managerial skills, new technology, employment, and better infrastructure. The favourable FDI policies of the Indian government ensure foreign funds keep flowing into the country.

As per the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT), foreign direct investment into the country amounted to USD 456.79 billion during April 2000 to December 2019.

Some initiatives towards FDI in india are outlined below:

Social media giant Facebook is all set to invest Rs. 43,574 crore into Reliance Jio for a 9.99 per cent stake, This is the largest foreign direct investment in tech sector.

In March 2020, government permitted non-resident Indians (NRIs) to acquire up to 100 per cent stake in Air India.

Amazon India announced in January 2020 an investment of USD 1 billion for digitising small and medium businesses and creating one million jobs by 2025.

The same month, Mastercard shared its plan to pour in up to USD 1 bn in the Indian market over the next 5 years.

French oil and gas giant Total S.A., in October last year, acquired a 37.4 per cent stake in Adani Gas Ltd for Rs 5,662 crore (USD 810 million) making it the largest Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in India’s city gas distribution (CGD) sector.

In August 2019, Reliance Industries (RIL) announced its FDI deal with Saudi Aramco, where the latter will buy a 20 per cent stake in Reliance’s oil-to-chemicals (OTC) business at an enterprise value of USD 75 billion.

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