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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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When Was FDI in Retail Introduced in India?

When Was FDI in Retail Introduced in India?

FDI in the global economic landscape has been one of the most noticeable changes in the previous two decades. It is because FDI creates a win-win situation for both the host and home countries. The fast expansion of FDI by multinational corporations during the mid-1980s can be attributed to considerable technological advancements, increased trade, investment liberalization, deregulation, and privatization of markets in many countries, including developing countries like India. India is one of the most significant countries to invest in…

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Rein on FDI: Creating a ‘Great wall for China’?

Rein on FDI: Creating a ‘Great wall for China’?

With the effect of Covid-19 across the globe, China is facing a backlash that could destabilize the tenancy as the world’s favorable destination. India has recognized the opportunity and looking forward to capturing the space as sooner or later China will vacate it. China’s refuted global position is a ‘blessing in disguise for India to captivate investment. The northern state of Uttar Pradesh has a population of the size of Brazil is already constructing an economic task force to attract…

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How is FDI relevant for India’s foreign trade growth?

How is FDI relevant for India’s foreign trade growth?

India’s economic growth is dependent on productive investment as it is increasing largely. India is a labor-surplus economy with a scarcity of production capital. Maintaining a balanced source of investment is crucial for the industrial development of the country and productive growth. India’s Foreign Direct Investment has observed significant growth in November 2020. According to the Commerce Ministry, FDI in November 2020 raised to 81% to %10.15 billion from $5.6 billion in November 2019. India has captivated a total FDI…

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How Did India Achieve Record FDI in FY21 Despite Pandemic?

How Did India Achieve Record FDI in FY21 Despite Pandemic?

FDI increased by 40 per cent to $51.4 billion in April-December 2020-21 as per the official data, which depicts the biggest jump in the foreign investment in Indian companies after Narendra Modi came into power. FDI in India had increased to 30 per cent in 2015-16, but it has got a mixed response in recent years, it has raised to 12.6 per cent in 2019-20 after the shrink of 11 per cent in the previous fiscal year. The recent development…

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