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Is Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Necessary For India?

Is Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Necessary For India?

An integral part of a country’s economic development, foreign direct investment has a direct positive impact on domestic capital, productivity, and employment. This is the reason why FDI has become an indispensable tool for initiating economic growth for countries. In order to facilitate economic development, the government of India had decided to liberalize norms and policies for overseas investments in 1991. FDI in India has effectively contributed to the overall growth of the economy. Apart from being a critical driver…

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What Are FDI Equity Inflows?

What Are FDI Equity Inflows?

Foreign direct equity inflows are the sum of inward direct investments into a country by non-resident or foreign investors. A foreign direct investment is an investment made by an entity not residing in the country the investment is being made in. This investment is characterized by a controlling ownership in a business. FDI is, therefore, different from foreign portfolio investment (FPI) by the notion of direct control. Foreign direct investment typically includes “mergers and acquisitions, building new facilities, reinventing profits…

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FDI In India: An Overview For Fiscal Year 2019

FDI In India: An Overview For Fiscal Year 2019

What Is Foreign Direct Investment? In its most basic definition, Foreign Direct Investment is an investment in one country by an entity based in another country. Merely putting money into the assets of another country does not constitute FDI.  Foreign direct investment is characterized by direct control and lasting interest. The intent to actively participate in the day to day operations of the business is what distinguishes it from foreign portfolio investment. Therefore, it is safe to say that FDI…

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Economic Changes In India: An Overview

Economic Changes In India: An Overview

India witnessed a change in economic policies in the year 1991. Although the economy of the country was stable, it saw no real growth. In order to make the existing economy more market and service oriented and to increase the role of private and foreign investment, economic liberalisation was initiated. During the 1980s and 90s as the entire world was going through major changes, organizations like the World Bank and IMF were emerging in the global economy. Most of the…

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Local Sourcing Norms For FDI In Single Brand Retail To Be Eased: Piyush Goyal

Local Sourcing Norms For FDI In Single Brand Retail To Be Eased: Piyush Goyal

India is all set to ease mandatory local sourcing norms for foreign direct investment (FDI) in single brand retail trading in the coming few weeks. While addressing CEO’s multi- national companies in the UK-India Joint Economic and Trade Committee (JETCO) meeting held in London, Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal said, “India has opened up opportunities for single brand retail and is easing some detrimental clauses of the policy in next few weeks which will help single brand retail come…

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