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How is FDI relevant for India’s foreign trade growth?

How is FDI relevant for India’s foreign trade growth?

India’s economic growth is dependent on productive investment as it is increasing largely. India is a labor-surplus economy with a scarcity of production capital. Maintaining a balanced source of investment is crucial for the industrial development of the country and productive growth. India’s Foreign Direct Investment has observed significant growth in November 2020. According to the Commerce Ministry, FDI in November 2020 raised to 81% to %10.15 billion from $5.6 billion in November 2019. India has captivated a total FDI…

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How Did India Achieve Record FDI in FY21 Despite Pandemic?

How Did India Achieve Record FDI in FY21 Despite Pandemic?

FDI increased by 40 per cent to $51.4 billion in April-December 2020-21 as per the official data, which depicts the biggest jump in the foreign investment in Indian companies after Narendra Modi came into power. FDI in India had increased to 30 per cent in 2015-16, but it has got a mixed response in recent years, it has raised to 12.6 per cent in 2019-20 after the shrink of 11 per cent in the previous fiscal year. The recent development…

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How to Focus on FDI Can Recover From Covid-19?

How to Focus on FDI Can Recover From Covid-19?

The Covid-19 crises have brought light to the role of FDI agencies, who had to illustrate sharpness and reactiveness in supporting the requirement of the investors. According to the UNCTAD report, 77% of the national IPAs worldwide has offered Covid related information and services and a specialized platform. It is anticipated that FDI activity might fall up to 77% due to the economic crises caused by the pandemic. While it gives an idea that it is a bad knock for…

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Changing the View of FDI in India

Changing the View of FDI in India

With the perspective to avoid opportunistic amalgamation of the Indian organization crippled by the Covid-19 pandemic, the government of India made some alteration in the FDI policy, which has made government approval for receiving FDI from the neighbouring countries. While this would affect the various countries sharing borders with the nation. China was adversely affected as it has been investing in the country in the last few years. Non-Residents investing in India are needed to adhere to India’s FDI policy….

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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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