Foreign direct investment in india sandeep & akash

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Foreign direct investment in india sandeep & akash

  1. 1. Foreign DirectInvestment inIndia. By- Sandeep Mishra (TYBBA) Akash Shah (SYBBA)
  2. 2. Meaning of Foreign Direct investment. (FDI)  A source of capital and investment involving foreign control of production.  A channel of technology transfer and industrial development.  A source of exploitation.1/26/2012 Navnirman Institute of Management 2
  3. 3. Present Picture in India. • “India” Third largest economy in terms of Purchasing Power Parity. • Tenth most industrialized economy. • GDP growth rate of 8.1% - Second highest in the world. • Considerable improvement in FDI inflows. • FII inflows: – For the period, July 2003 – Jan 2004 FII inflow has exceeded USD 7 bn, which is more than the cumulative FII inflow in the last five years. • Still a big gap between India and China.1/26/2012 Navnirman Institue of mangement 3
  4. 4. Rapid FDI growth in India from 2005 onwards.1/26/2012 Navnirman institue of mangement 4
  5. 5. FDI growth in line with overall investment growth - local market demand key driver.1/26/2012 Navnirman institue of mangement 5
  6. 6. Growth has been driven by the services sector1/26/2012 Navnirman institue of mangement 6
  7. 7. Limited FDI impact in the short-run.1/26/2012 Navnirman institue of management 7
  8. 8. In-fact India is a relative gainer in global FDI share.1/26/2012 Navnirman institute of mangement 8
  9. 9. In the long-term, continued positive outlook.1/26/2012 Navnirman institue of mangement 9
  10. 10. India’s opportunity1/26/2012 Navnirman institute of mangement 10
  11. 11. Seizing the opportunity1/26/2012 Navnirman Institue of mangement 11
  12. 12. Advantages • Development of nation in field of technology, infrastructure, financial & whole economic growth. • Increase in standard of living. • Availability of large market for costumers. • Increase in Quality products. • Increase of employment opportunity. • Increase in investment in domestic sectors.1/26/2012 Navnirman institue of mange ment 12
  13. 13. Disadvantages • Political factors risk. • Exploitation of domestic resources. • Corruption. • Bureaucratic practice. • Technology piracy. • Difficult in quality maintenance. • Difficulty increases for home players in same sector. For eg. Retail sectors.1/26/2012 Navnirnarman institute of mangement 13
  14. 14. PRESENT CONDITION OF TRADERS Fringe Benefit Tax VAT INEFFICIENT LICENCES & PERMITS INDUSTRIAL DISPUTE ACT LABOURS SHOP & ESTABLISHMENT ACT PREVENTION OF BLOCK MARKETING ACT COSUMER PROTECTION ACT ANTI HOARDING & PROFEELING ACT WEIGHT & MEASUREMENT ACT MONEY LENDING ACT PACKAGING ACT PRODEND FUND ACT PREVENTION OF FOOD ADULTRATION ACT MINIMUM WAGES ACT ESI ACT GRATUITY ACT BONUS ACT ENTRY TAX SERVICE TAX FDI in Retail Trade ANTI SOCAL ELEMENTS OCTROI WATER TAX CENTRAL EXCISE POLITICIAL INTERFERANCE PURCHASE TAX SALES TAX INCOME TAX POOR MARKET CONDITION POWER PROBLEM Cash Transaction TaxINSPECTOR RAJ STAMP DUTY & Quarterly „C‟ Form WELTH TAX HIGH BANK CHARGES PROFESSIONAL TAX New Naka Complex ESSENTIAL COMMODITIES ACT
  15. 15. Aviation Information Telecom Technology Infrastructure Retail Traders Banking Insurance Pharma Mining Steel Professional EducationPresented By Mr B C Bhartia,Nagpur.

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