1. DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS2. FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT3. INFRASTRUCTURE4. EMPLOYMENT5. CONCLUSION
• POPULATION• AGE• LIFESTYLE• GENDER• TASTE AND PREFERENCES
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) An investment abroad, usually where the company being invested in is controlled by the foreign corporation.
FDI in India Industry Rate(%)Hotel & Tourism 100Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFC) 49Insurance Sector 26Telecommunication 49Trading 51Power 100Drugs & Pharmaceuticals 100Roads, Highways, Ports and Harbours 100Pollution Control and Management 100Call Centres in India 100Business Process Outsourcing BPO in India 100
Issue in FDI Retail As per the recent news, RBI norms are becoming another hurdle for FDI in India.
Foreign Institutional Investor - FII An investor or investment fund that is from or registered in a country outside of the one in which it is currently investing. Institutional investors include hedge funds, insurance companies, pension funds and mutual funds. FII’s have increased over the time and they are grown rapidly in post liberalisation period. After liberalisation, our economy has been opened and most of the barriers have been dropped so as to increase foreign reserves in the country which will automatically appreciate our currency in global market.