FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT
Coronavirus drags China's FDI down 8.6% in Jan-Feb
FDI totalled 134.4 billion yuan (about USD 19.2 billion) for January and February, Zong Changqing, director of the foreign investment department under the Ministry of Commerce said. A breakdown of the data showed FDI inflows climbed 4 per cent year on year in January but plunged 25.6 per cent in February, Zong told a press conference.
Foreign direct investment into India may see greater scrutiny
Governments are increasingly blocking the entry of foreign investment on nation...
Defence industry received $8.82 million FDI during Apr 2000- Dec 2019: Govt
The top countries from where India attracted maximum FDI during t...
Coronavirus: MNCs’ China de-risk plan a shot in the arm for India
A UBS report last month said initial signs showed that India is the top destination for companies moving out of China.
FDI inflow dips 1.4% to USD 10.67 bn in Oct-Dec
Foreign direct investment into India dipped marginally by 1.4 per cent to USD 10.67 billion (about Rs 76,800 crore) during October-December period of 2019-20, according to government data.
Measures taken by Indian government will boost economic growth: SBI MD Dinesh Khara
Slowdown in the Indian economy has bottomed out and measures taken by the government in the recent budget to improve capacity to spend in rural sector, infrastructure creation and inviting foreign investments will boost growth, State Bank of India Managing Director Dinesh Khara has said.
Bharti Infratel extends Indus merger deadline to April 24
Bharti Infratel's Board said that the final decision to implement the deal will take into account the impact of the current AGR crisis. The deal now needs to next be cleared by the National Company Law Tribunal-Chandigarh and then taken on record by the Registrar of Companies.
Modi-Trump meet: How India can position itself as an alternative to China
In an evolving India-US ties, there's an increased chance of American firms upping their presence in India.
Bharti Infratel's Board to meet on Monday to decide future of Indus Towers merger
Bharti Infratel said Saturday it has received foreign direct investment (FDI) approval from the telecom department for its big-ticket merger deal with Indus Towers, paving the way for creating one of the world’s biggest telecom tower companies with over 1,63,000 towers.
DoT clears Bharti Infratel-Indus merger: Sources
DoT nod offers a much-needed avenue for Vodafone Idea to raise funds to clear a portion of its massive AGR dues.
Donald Trump in India: Here’s why it's such a big deal
Investments by US funds form a whopping 33.21% of AUM in the Indian stock market.
Doesn't look, feel, smell right when etailer makes Rs 6K cr loss on Rs 5K turnover: Piyush Goyal
Piyush Goyal said that the e-commerce policy very categorically has allowed only biz-to-biz transaction, so online retailers were never expected to be "a let's say a hidden way or a surreptitious way to enter multi-brand retailing". CAIT has time and again alleged that e-com players were violating FDI rules and following predatory pricing in India.
Sitharaman takes dig at Chidambaram's doctor remarks
Taking a dig at Congress leader P Chidambaram, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Tuesday said the fiscal deficit was at a record high d...
India gets $463.44 million FDI in food processing in Apr-Sep FY20: Govt
The government has permitted 100 per cent FDI through automatic route in manufacturing of food products subject to sectoral rules and regulations. Also, 100 per cent FDI is allowed through government route in retail trade in respect of food products produced/manufactured in India.
India Inc's foreign investment jumps 40% to USD 2.10 bn in January
Of the total capital invested by the India Inc in January this year, USD 793.82 million was in the form of equity capital, USD 368.55 came in as debt capital, while the rest USD 890.75 million was through the issuance of guarantee.
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