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Types of FDI in India

Types of FDI in India

No business can stay afloat without funds. At some point or the other, a business requires investments to either stay in business or expand it. Start-ups, a growing culture in India are also founded on the strong foundation of investments. More and more established or aspiring business people are turning towards obtaining funds from outside India. One reason to do so is the high rate of interests of funds. Another reason that accompanies these high rate of interest is the…

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Methods of FDI in India

Methods of FDI in India

Today, India is one of the most attractive destinations for foreign direct investment. The county’s stable economy and liberalized FDI policies makes it the perfect destination for investments. The Government of India has liberalised Foreign Direct Investment policies and norms for NRI’s (non-resident Indian) and PIO’s (person of Indian origin) in order to encourage capital flows into the country. Foreign direct investment is when a party from one county invests in a business based in another country with the intention…

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How to Get Money from Foreign Country?

How to Get Money from Foreign Country?

Every business at some given point requires investment. While a start-up might be looking for funds to establish an idea, a functioning, old business may require funds to further expand. A business has the option of borrowing funds from either within the country or from an entity placed outside the country. Given the guidelines and regulatory processes, raising funds from within the country may be a more complicated task than it seems. In such a situation, business owners often tend…

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Documents Required For FDI Approval in India

Documents Required For FDI Approval in India

FDI or foreign direct investment occurs when a foreign entity (individual or firm) invests in a business that is based in another country. Now, FDI does not simply mean the transfer of monetary funds from one country to another; it is characterized by the notion of lasting interest. This lasting interest in a business that is situated in another country is ensured when the foreign investor is given a minimum of 10 per cent voting rights in the company. In…

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Who Can Invest In India?

Who Can Invest In India?

Foreign direct investment or FDI is when an investor based in one country makes an investment in a business of another country. A main characteristic of this type of investment is the notion of ‘lasting interest’. Lasting interest is ensured with a controlling ownership. Under foreign direct investment, the foreign investor gets a minimum of 10 per cent voting rights in the company. The notion of controlling ownership differentiates foreign direct investment with foreign portfolio investment. India, over the years…

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