Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is an investment made by one party, who is present in one country, in a business or corporation which is functioning in another country. It can be said that FDI intends to take control over the ownership of a business entity, located in another country. FDI will help the foreign company to get directly involved in the day-to-day activities of the business entity located in another country.
The Basics Of Foreign Direct Investment
Most of the time, the concept of FDI is misinterpreted. It does not just involve an investment of funds by foreign entities, but also the investment of their skills, knowledge, and technology.
Foreign Direct Investment In India:
Up To 100% Of Government Approval:
Beyond 49% Of Approval:
Up To 26% Of Approval:
Other Approval % :
There are certain sectors where the FDI is completely prohibited;
For any FDI to be made within India, certain documents are required to be submitted along with proposals. Apart from the documents mentioned below, certain documents can be required by concerned departments depending upon the sector in which investment is made.
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PAN Exempted for Foreign Investment in IFSC
11th August: Now, when a foreign investor will pour his money into International Financial Services Centres (IFSC), he is not required to showcase the PAN Card. This move is expected to provide ease to foreign investors.
U.S. FDI to India Crosses $40 Billion Mark
18-Jul-2020: The Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) from the US to India has crossed the $40 billion mark so far this year, reflecting the growing confidence of American companies in the country. Mukesh Aghi, president of the US-India Strategic and Partnership Forum (USISPF), a business advocacy group, has stated this recently. This shows, India still remains a very promising market for global investors.