India has always encouraged capital inflows as a part of the development policy. Deficient domestic capital and reduction in the current account compelled the government historically to go after foreign capital. Foreign capital is money obtained from foreign countries to make investment domestically. The major category is foreign investment including FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) and FPI (Foreign Portfolio Investment). Likewise, there are other types of foreign capital like trade credit, NRI Deposits and the most important one for India – the External Commercial Borrowings (ECB).
ECB is a loan which is being availed by an Indian entity from a non- … Read more
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) for a developing country like India is a major avenue of forex influx in the economy. It not only boosts the market performance but also provides a sense of security in case of unforeseeable events.
FDI in retail sector in India was restricted initially, but the dire need for forex lead to government liberalizing the policies of making investment upto 51% by way of FDI in ‘single brand’ retail sector and upto 49% equity participation in ‘multi brand’ retail sector, which further escalated steadily in retail sector.
Defining Retail Sector
Retail Sector is inclusive of small, … Read more
Foreign businesses often channelize their funds to reap the benefits of fast growing economy, cheap labor and wide scope of earning increased returns in India. To capture and relish such benefits, FDIs are superintended towards India in huge proportions by different countries around the world.
What is FDI?
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is generally termed as an investment made by a firm or individual in one country into business interests located in another country. Generally, FDI takes place when an investor establishes foreign business operations or acquires foreign business assets, including establishing ownership or controlling interest in a foreign company.… Read more
India is among the fastest growing economies in the world with immense human potential and a large market comprising of over 1.2 billion people. Opportunities in India has attracted a large amount of Foreign Direct Investment into the country and each year the amount of FDI inflow keeps increasing due to more number of foreign businesses starting their operations in India. In this post, the way to setup a business is in India is detailed for foreign companies.
Incorporation of a private limited company is the easiest and the fastest type of India entry strategy for the foreign nationals and … Read more
Doing business in India offers enormous opportunities for Foreign companies. However, India is a large and complex market. It should not be seen as one market, but a series of interconnected regional markets where the legislative and investment climate may change from one state to another.
It is wiser to be in India now…
- Fastest growing economy in the world
(Current: 7% , by 2018: 7.8%)
- World’s third largest economy
(Would double in size to US$ 4–5 trillion in a decade)
- Taxes on companies has been reduced to 25%
(For companies with annual turnover less than 50 Crores)
- World’s second-largest
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India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world with healthy resources and a large market base. In the past few years, there is a great boost in foreign direct investment in India (FDI) because of the changed regulatory environment in the past few years. Therefore, it is very easy for foreign nationals to start a business in India.
Sometimes people get often confused in “Indian Company” and “Foreign Company”. If a foreign national incorporates a company in India then it is an Indian Company. But when a foreign company set up a branch office in India then … Read more