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Management and Economics

Impact of Foreign Direct Investement in India

Habeeb Tabassum
Faculty: St Joseph’s Degree college (Affiliated to Osmania University) Tolichowki,Hyderabad 500008 State: Telangana Email Id: habeebtabassum@gmail.com
Online First: April 27, 2018
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Abstract

FDI is an investment which is made in another country with business interests by company or individual, in the form of either establishing operations or obtain assets of business in the another country, such as proprietorship or interest managing in a foreign company. FDI is very significant nationally as well as internationally because every company expand their business nationally as well as internationally by investing their fund inside and outside the country. The scope of FDI is Indian foreign direct investment, business in India, Industrial sector in India, Indian Infrastructure, Indian Investment, Opportunities  of Investment and Investment sector. The company aim is to attract the foreign investor for foreign direct investments in our country. The data is analyzed with the formulas which is represented by Tables and Graphs. Through this project we revealed the details of FDI i.e. FDI is very important for the economic development and growth of the country.


FDI plays an important role in the growth process of a country. It has potential for making a growth contribution to another side of transfers of resources of finance, technology, inventive and improved management techniques rising with productivity. Developing countries such as India need notable foreign inflows to attain the required investment to increase economic development and growth. It can act as a catalyst for domestic industrial development. Further, it helps in accelerate up economic movement and brings with it other scant productive elements with technical knowhow and managerial experience, i.e. equally essential or development of economic.

Keyword : (1) Economic (2) Growth (3) Development (4) Investment (5) opportunities (6) proprietorship

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