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E- Pharmacy – A New Tool in Indian Healthcare

E- Pharmacy – A New Tool in Indian Healthcare

Over the past year, when covid-19 find its way to the world, the whole healthcare industry got disrupt. None of the countries were prepared for this, nor had the resources to deal with it. So it was when India realized its true face of healthcare and how much improvement it needs. By 2023, the Indian health tech business is anticipated to be worth $5 billion. According to a survey by The Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) and management…

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Why Do People Prefer to Invest in India’s Real Estate Market?

Why Do People Prefer to Invest in India’s Real Estate Market?

The real estate sector is one of the attractive sectors globally. If we look from the perspective of India, it is one of the pillars of the country’s economy with the second highest employment generator sector after agriculture. There are as many as 220 related industries in the industry. The sector currently contributes over 7% to the economy and is expected to increase to 13% by 2025 if the reform ideas proposed are correctly implemented. The business has evolved into…

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Impact of FDI on Indian Economy?

Impact of FDI on Indian Economy?

India has been attracting a lot of foreign attention when it comes to financial investments from the beginning. This is because since the day our government opened up the country’s economy in 1991 and started the liberalized investment policies along with many other initiatives that were implemented over the years, has made India a hub of opportunities in the international market. FDI India plays a major role in the economic development of India by being the main monetary source. We…

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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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How Can A Foreign Investor Invest His Funds?

How Can A Foreign Investor Invest His Funds?

A non-resident individual can, except in prohibited sectors or activities, easily invest in India. These investments are carried out as per the regulations of the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) and the policy of FDI, including sectoral limits. FDI can be obtained by an Indian company through: Automatic route: FDI is permitted in sectors defined in the FDI policy without prior approval by either the government or the RBI. These are, usually long-term strategic investments. Government route: FDI activities not…

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