Key Private Investment In India
Entry strategies for global investors in India
Reforms initiated by the Indian Government
Some of the important economic development India
KEY INVESTMENT SECTORS
Favoured investment destination in Asia
Inflows 11 billion USD $ in equities
4.7 billion USD $ in debt investments
ENTRY STRATEGIES AND GOVERNMENT POLICIES
FOR GLOBAL INVESTORS
By setting up a new company according to the
Companies Act 1956. The foreign direct investment of
100 per cent has been allowed by the Government of
India in such companies.
Joint collaboration with an Indian company.
An international company can start its operations in
India by setting up their branch office, representative
office, and project office.
By establishing a wholly owned subsidiary in the
sectors, where foreign direct investment up to 100 per
cent is permitted under the FDI policy.
REFORMS BY INDIA
The Government has not allowed international &
domestic companies to operate real estate funds
through private equity funding.
RBI has also decreased its rate of interest in home
Key contributor in global research and of growth in the
The Indian cloud market estimated at US$ 535 million in
2011 is expected to grow more than 70 per cent in 2012
and almost 50 per cent in the next three years, according to
International Data Corporation (IDC)
The Government of India has approved 14 foreign direct
investment (FDI) proposals worth Rs 1,584.11 crore (US$
284.91 million), including that of Abhijeet Power Ltd to bring
in FDI worth Rs 674 crore (US$ 121.22 million) and CLSA
Singapore's proposal to invest Rs 225 crore (US$ 40.47
Health sector is estimated to be worth US$ 65 billion
and is expected to reach US$ 100 billion by 2015
Power sector ranked sixth among the leading sectors
of the Indian economy and has attracted US$ 4.6
billion in foreign direct investment since 2000
India has the third largest education system globally,
after China and the US, with one million schools and
20,000 institutes for higher education
Emerging strong even during the scariest phase of
global financial meltdown, India has become one of the
favorite investment destinations for the foreign
investors across the globe. The investment scenario in
India is getting better and better with each passing day
due to high confidence level of the investors.
Today, India is considered the 4th biggest economy in
the world. Its impressive GDP rate, especially in the
field of purchasing power, has catapulted it to second
position among all the developing nations.