PRESENTED BY
NEHA CHAUHAN
&
BUNTY SEHDEV
The Foreign Direct Investment means “cross border investment
made by a resident in one economy in an enterprise in another...
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Domestic capital is inadequate for purpose
of economic growth;
Foreign capital is usually essential, at least as
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(a) Improves forex position of the country;
(b) Employment generation and increase in
production ;
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Help in capital for...
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Domestic companies fear that they may lose their
ownership to overseas company
Small enterprises fear that ...
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India is the 3rd largest economy of the world in
terms of purchasing power parity and thus looks
attracti...
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Automatic Route
FDI is allowed under
the automatic route
without prior approval
either
of
the
Government or the
Reserve...
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Foreign Investment Promotion Board (popularly known as FIPB) : The
Board is responsible for expeditious cl...
• FDI cap in telecom raised to 100 percent from 74 percent; up
to 49 percent through automatic route and beyond via FIPB.
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• Raised FDI in asset reconstruction companies to 100
percent from 74 percent; of this up to 49 percent will
be under auto...
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Atomic Energy
Lottery Business
Gambling and Betting
Business of Chit Fund
Agricultural (excluding Flor...
TOP INVESTING COUNTRIES FDI EQUITY
INFLOWS (Financial years)
Amount Rupees in crores (US$ in million)
Ranks

Country

2008...
SECTORS ATTRACTING HIGHEST FDI EQUITY
INFLOWS
Amount in Rs. crores (US$ in million)
Ranks

Sector

2008-09 (AprilMarch)

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Total FDI in 2012: $26 billion
Rank in FDI inflow (2011): 14
Rank in FDI inflow (2012): 15
India, which has a per capita i...
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FDI in India

  1. 1. PRESENTED BY NEHA CHAUHAN & BUNTY SEHDEV
  2. 2. The Foreign Direct Investment means “cross border investment made by a resident in one economy in an enterprise in another economy, with the objective of establishing a lasting interest in the investee economy. FDI is also described as “investment into the business of a country by a company in another country”. Mostly the investment is into production by either buying a company in the target country or by expanding operations of an existing business in that country”. Such investments can take place for many reasons, including to take advantage of cheaper wages, special investment privileges (e.g. tax exemptions) offered by the country.
  3. 3.    Domestic capital is inadequate for purpose of economic growth; Foreign capital is usually essential, at least as a temporary measure, during the period when the capital market is in the process of development; Foreign capital usually brings it with other scarce productive factors like technical know how, business expertise and knowledge
  4. 4. (a) Improves forex position of the country; (b) Employment generation and increase in production ; (c) Help in capital formation by bringing fresh capital; (d) Helps in transfer of new technologies, management skills, intellectual property (e) Increases competition within the local market and this brings higher efficiencies (f) Helps in increasing exports; (g) Increases tax revenues
  5. 5.      Domestic companies fear that they may lose their ownership to overseas company Small enterprises fear that they may not be able to compete with world class large companies and may ultimately be edged out of business; Large giants of the world try to monopolise and take over the highly profitable sectors; Such foreign companies invest more in machinery and intellectual property than in wages of the local people; Government has less control over the functioning of such companies as they usually work as wholly owned subsidiary of an overseas company;
  6. 6.        India is the 3rd largest economy of the world in terms of purchasing power parity and thus looks attractive to the world for FDI. Some of the major economic sectors where India can attract investment are as follows:Telecommunications Apparels Information Technology Pharmacy Auto parts Jewellery Chemicals
  7. 7.  Automatic Route FDI is allowed under the automatic route without prior approval either of the Government or the Reserve Bank of India in all activities/sectors as specified in the consolidated FDI Policy, issued by the Government of India from time to time.  Government Route FDI in activities not covered under the automatic route requires prior approval of the Government which are considered by the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB), Department of Economic Affairs, Mi nistry of Finance.
  8. 8.       Foreign Investment Promotion Board (popularly known as FIPB) : The Board is responsible for expeditious clearance of FDI proposals and review of the implementation of cleared proposals. It also undertake investment promotion activities and issue and review general and sectoral policy guidelines; Secretariat for Industrial Assistance (SIA) : It acts as a gateway to industrial investment in India and assists the entrepreneurs and investors in setting up projects. SIA also liaison with other government bodies to ensure necessary clearances; Foreign Investment Implementation Authority (FIIA) : The authority works for quick implementation of FDI approvals and resolution of operational difficulties faced by foreign investors; Investment Commission Project Approval Board Reserve Bank of India
  9. 9. • FDI cap in telecom raised to 100 percent from 74 percent; up to 49 percent through automatic route and beyond via FIPB. • No change in 49 percent FDI limit in civil aviation. • FDI cap in defence production to stay at 26 percent, higher investment may be considered in state-of-the-art technology production by Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS). • 100 percent FDI allowed in single brand retail; 49 percent through automatic, 49-100 percent through FIPB. • FDI limit in insurance sector raised to 49 percent from present 26 percent, subject to Parliament approval. • FDI up to 49 percent in petroleum refining allowed under automatic route, from earlier approval route. • In power exchanges 49 percent FDI allowed through automatic route, from earlier FIPB route.
  10. 10. • Raised FDI in asset reconstruction companies to 100 percent from 74 percent; of this up to 49 percent will be under automatic route. • FDI limit increased in credit information companies to 74 percent from 49 percent. • FDI up to 49 percent in stock exchanges, depositories allowed under automatic route. • FDI up to 100 percent through automatic route allowed in courier services. • FDI in tea plantation up to 49 percent through automatic route; 49-100 percent through FIPB route. • No decision taken on FDI cap in airports, media, brown field pharmacy and multi-brand retail.
  11. 11.         Atomic Energy Lottery Business Gambling and Betting Business of Chit Fund Agricultural (excluding Floriculture, Horticulture, Development of seeds, Animal Husbandry, Pisciculture and cultivation of vegetables, mushrooms, etc. under controlled conditions and services related to agro and allied sectors) and Plantations activities (other than Tea Plantations) Housing and Real Estate business (except development of townships, construction of residen-tial/commercial premises, roads or bridges to the extent specified in notification Trading in Transferable Development Rights (TDRs). Manufacture of cigars , cheroots, cigarillos and cigarettes , of tobacco or of tobacco substitutes.
  12. 12. TOP INVESTING COUNTRIES FDI EQUITY INFLOWS (Financial years) Amount Rupees in crores (US$ in million) Ranks Country 2008-09 (April- 2009-10(April- 2010-11 ( April- Cumulative %age to total March) March) March) Inflows (April ’00 Inflows (in terms - March ‘11) of US $) 1 MAURITIUS 50,899(11,229) 49,633 (10,376) 31,855 (6,987) 2 SINGAPORE 15,727 (3,454) 11,295 (2,379) 3 U.S.A. 8,002 (1,802) 4 U.K. 5 42 % 7,730 (1,705) 242,761 (54,227) 52,876 (11,895) 9,230 (1,943) 5,353 (1,170) 42,542 (9,449) 7% 3,840 (864) 3,094 (657) 3,434 (755) 29,433 (6,639) 5% NETHERLANDS 3,922 (883) 4,283 (899) 5,501 (1,213) 25,627 (5,700) 4% 6 JAPAN 1,889 (405) 5,670 (1,183) 7,063 (1,562) 23,958 (5,276) 4% 7 CYPRUS 5,983 (1,287) 7,728 (1,627) 4,171 (913) 21,948 (4,812) 4% 8 GERMANY 2,750 (629) 2,980 (626) 908 (200) 13,376 (2,999) 2% 9 FRANCE 2,098 (467) 1,437 (303) 3,349 (734) 10,267 (2,264) 2% 10 U.A.E. 1,133 (257) 3,017 (629) 1,569 (341) 8,592 (1,890) 1% 123,025 (27,331) 123,120 (25,834) 88,520 (19,427) 580,722 (129,716) - TOTAL FDI INFLOWS * 9%
  13. 13. SECTORS ATTRACTING HIGHEST FDI EQUITY INFLOWS Amount in Rs. crores (US$ in million) Ranks Sector 2008-09 (AprilMarch) 2009-10(AprilMarch) 2010-11 ( AprilMarch) 1 SERVICES SECTOR(financial & non-financial) 28,516 (6,138) 20,776 (4,353) 15,539 (3,403) 2 COMPUTER SOFTWARE & HARDWARE TELECOMMUNICAT IONS (radio paging, cellular mobile, basic telephone services) 7,329 (1,677) 4,351 (919) 3,571 (784) 47,700 (10,723) 8% 11,727 (2,558) 12,338 (2,554) 7,546 (1,665) 48,220 (10,589) 8% HOUSING & REAL ESTATE CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES (including roads & highways) AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY POWER METALLURGICAL INDUSTRIES 12,621 (2,801) 13,586 (2,844) 5,149 (1,127) 43,192 (9,632) 7% 8,792 (2,028 13,516 (2,862) 5,077 (1,125) 40,770 (9,178) 7% 5,212 (1,152) 5,754 (1,208) 6,008 (1,331) 26,831 (5,927) 5% 4,382 (985) 4,157 (961) 6,908 (1,437) 1,935 (407) 5,709 (1,252) 5,055 (1,105) 26,712 (5,900) 18,495 (4,235) 5% 3% PETROLEUM & NATURAL GAS CHEMICALS(other than fertilizers) 1,931(412) 1,328 (272) 2,621 (574) 13,735 (3,153) 2% 3,427(749) 1,707 (362) 1,810 (398) 13,078 (2,892) 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Cumulative Inflows %age to total (April ’00 - March Inflows (in terms of ‘11) US $) 120,771 (27,007) 21 % 2%
  14. 14. Total FDI in 2012: $26 billion Rank in FDI inflow (2011): 14 Rank in FDI inflow (2012): 15 India, which has a per capita income of $3,991, attracted $26 billion in FDI in 2012.

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