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A Critical Source Of Economic Growth- FDI In India

A Critical Source Of Economic Growth- FDI In India

Since opening up its economy to overseas investments in 1991, India has become one of the top destinations for foreign direct investments. Foreign investors take advantage of relatively lower wages, tax exemptions and FDI facilitating norms. Over the years, the government of India has made several reforms in foreign direct investment norms. More recently, the government approved several reforms in FDI regulations across several sectors such as digital media, single brands retail trade, coal mining, contract manufacturing, and aviation. These…

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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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Proposed FDI Hike To Drive Up M&A Deals

Proposed FDI Hike To Drive Up M&A Deals

In her maiden budget, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced reforms in FDI policies in order to encourage foreign investments in India. This proposed hike is expected to benefit the M&A sector as existing overseas investors would look to raise their stakes in their Indian joint venture companies. Sitharaman is her Budget speech said that the government is contemplating to further open up foreign direct investments in aviation, media (including animation, visual effects, gaming, and comics) and the insurance sector. Apart…

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FDI Equity Inflows Expected To Boost

FDI Equity Inflows Expected To Boost

India witnessed a dip in foreign direct investment equity inflows. Due to the 1 per cent decrease, the total FDI now stands at $44.4 billion. This dip seems to be a direct result of political uncertainty in the country, according to experts. However, now with the NDA forming the government with full majority, foreign direct investment is expected to boost. In 2014, when Narendra Modi be case the Prime Minister of India, one of his top priorities was to attract…

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