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Why Is FDI Important For The Agricultural Sector

Why Is FDI Important For The Agricultural Sector

Here we explore why FDI is necessary for a country’s economy and especially for India’s agricultural segment, which sustains the livelihood of the majority of India’s population. Agriculture is the central pillar on which the nation is built upon. It sustains the country’s entire population and contributes significantly to its income. To enhance this sector, FDI in agriculture sector in India has always been a primary focus of every government. An overview The agriculture sector accounts for nearly 19 percent…

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How to Expand Your Business Using Funding From Abroad

How to Expand Your Business Using Funding From Abroad

There is unrealized potential within every business. This is true for every nation, especially for businesses in a developing country like India. It remains that way due to a variety of reasons. For example :       Shortage of capital       Market sentiment       Laws and regulations       Capacity of the workforce Barring the factors you cannot directly affect, one way to address the lack of funds for your business is by gaining…

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India Is the Asia-pacific’s Second-largest Insurtech Market

India Is the Asia-pacific’s Second-largest Insurtech Market

As of FY18, India is the world’s 11th largest insurance market. However, it has low penetration and density. According to the FY21 Economic Survey report, the country’s insurance penetration increased from 3.30 percent in FY15 to 3.76 percent in FY20, but it remained considerably behind the global average of 7.23 percent. In FY21, India’s total gross premiums underwritten totaled US$100 billion. India presents a massive market opportunity for life and non-life insurance companies, with a population of 1.3 billion people,…

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Future of FDI in India

Future of FDI in India

Foreign Direct Investment or FDI is when some organization invests in some other country. FDI is one of the important ways for developing countries to enhance their economy and give that a push. FDI in India is one of the essential factors of growing economic globalization. Foreign direct investment (FDI) is a primary source of non-debt financial resources for India’s economic development, in addition to being a demanding driver of economic growth. Foreign companies invest in India to take advantage…

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Which Sector Attracts the Highest FDI in India?

Which Sector Attracts the Highest FDI in India?

During the fiscal year 2020-21, India received $81.72 billion in foreign direct investment (FDI), the enormous amount ever. According to the updated figures from the commerce and industry ministry, this represents a 10% increase year over year. According to the federal government, this growth in FDI inflow can link to several government-led facilitative policies and reforms to make India a preferred global investment destination. As a result, total FDI intake into India increased at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR)…

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