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How can Foreign Investors Invest in Indian Businesses?

How can Foreign Investors Invest in Indian Businesses?

Foreign direct investment or FDI is an important factor for economic growth. It is a type of investment where a foreign investor (firm or individual) invests into a firm that is located is another country. In other words, one country invests in another country. FDI is often confused with FPI- foreign portfolio investment; however the two are fundamentally different. Unlike FPI, FDI does not simply mean the transfer of funds from the investor to the business. Instead, it is characterised…

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How to Apply for FDI in India?

How to Apply for FDI in India?

First let us begin by understanding what exactly is FDI or foreign direct investment? Foreign direct investment is when an investor living in one country invests in a business based in another country. Under FDI, the foreign investor (individual or business) owns 10 per cent of the company where the investment is being made. This 10 per cent is a safe figure as it gives the investor enough control to develop a lasting interest in the business through controlling ownership…

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Recent Initiatives by the Government for FDI in India

Recent Initiatives by the Government for FDI in India

Foreign direct investment is when an investor living in one country invests in a business based in another country. Under FDI, the foreign investor (individual or business) owns 10 per cent of the company where the investment is being made. If the investor owns less than 10 per cent, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) defines it as part of his or her stock portfolio. What is notable is that the investors not only bring in money but also new technology,…

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International Funding Agent in India

International Funding Agent in India

Foreign direct investment is an investment by an entity placed outside the country where the investment is being made. This type of investment is characterized by the notion of lasting interest that is ensured by the means of a controlling ownership. Thus, a foreign investor is given at least 10 per cent voting rights in the business. Over the years, India has emerged as an attractive opportunity for foreign investment thanks to its economic reforms and liberalized FDI policies. The…

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An Outline Of Recent Changes In FDI Norms By The Government

An Outline Of Recent Changes In FDI Norms By The Government

For the first time in six years, India witnessed a dip in foreign direct investment equity inflows into the country. According to data released by the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPITT), this decrease amounted to 1 per cent with the investment coming to a total of 44.4 billion in 2018-19. The government has recently passed several changes across different sectors like digital media, coal mining, contract manufacturing, single brand retail trade, aviation. These reforms in foreign…

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