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FDI Regulations 2020

FDI Regulations 2020

The Indian government has mandated that neighboring countries approve foreign direct investment (FDI). The revised foreign direct investment policy aims to curb opportunistic acquisitions/acquisitions by Indian companies caused by the current Covid-19 pandemic. In India, foreign direct investment is allowed in two ways-through automatic channels (the company does not need government approval) or through government channels (the company needs approval from the center). According to the new policy related to FDI in India: National entities that have land borders with…

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How To Get An International Loan In India?

How To Get An International Loan In India?

International Loan is different from FDI. Foreign Direct Investment is when a foreign entity invests in a business based outside the home country, whereas loan is when a business or an individual asks for monetary help that he or she is provided on a fixed rate of interest. Can a resident of India borrow money from an NRI? Yes, Reserve Bank of India allows borrowing money from NRI, with some restrictions implied, as per the Foreign Exchange Management Regulations. However,…

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FDI for Existing Businesses

FDI for Existing Businesses

FDI or Foreign Direct Investment is an investment that is made by an individual or a firm in one country, towards a business in another country. FDI usually takes place when the investor acquires foreign business assets or establishes business operations. However, FDIs is different from portfolio investment options. What are the rules for FDI? On 17th April 2020, India made some changed to the FDI in India policy. The idea behind the alterations was to ensure that Indian companies…

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How Does A Foreign Company Invest In India?

How Does A Foreign Company Invest In India?

Foreign companies and businesses or for that matter, any company, wishes to expand its horizon. To do so, they opt different methods and paths. NRIs or Foreign Companies are allowed to take part in enhancing the capital of Indian Companies by the following routes: Investing in the shares under Portfolio Investment Route on Recognized Stock Exchanges. Foreign Direct Investment is another important source of funds for Indian Companies. FDI or Foreign Direct Investment is when an individual or an entity…

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Top Contributing Sectors For FDI In India In 2020

Top Contributing Sectors For FDI In India In 2020

India is an open and transparent democracy that is working towards development. Like-minded developed nations like USA and some other certain members of the European Union extend a lending hand to the Government of India. The main aim is to bridge the gap that stands in the way of democratic system. This can be achieved with free flow of investments to India. The country has high growth prospects with requisite capacities and potential to help turn around the falling economies…

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