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Procedure for Filing FDI in India

Procedure for Filing FDI in India

FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) is a segment of investment by one company to a different economy with the objective of earning profit. It is a form of direct investment in a country (host country) by a company which is situated at a different country (foreign country). Most of the well reputed and prominent entrepreneurs usually follow this strategy of foreign direct investment in India in order to enhance their business operations for generating growth in business. Due to several business…

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How To Apply For FDI in India

How To Apply For FDI in India

India opened up the economy in 1991 and ever since then, the government has been introducing several reforms in foreign direct investment or FDI norms with the sole motive of attracting more and more investors to invest in domestic businesses. Just recently, the government of India made reforms in FDI rules and regulations across different sectors including digital media, contract manufacturing, coal mining, and single brand retail trade. Investors have always been interested in the Indian market because of relatively…

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