India to be among top 20 FDI sources

17 JUN,2019 | MEDC


The growing number of Indian companies opting for international acquisitions is expected to make the country one of the top 20 global sources of FDI by 2021, as per a UN report. Drawing inference from a number of global investment promotion agencies, the report points out that India’s equity outflows stood at $ 11.03 billion in 2018. However, inbound FDI is another story. While the report says that FDI inflows rose 6% in 2018 to $ 42 billion, the Government’s own data for that period shows that inbound equity investments declined for the first time in six years in FY19. However, there is a reason to be optimistic as economic stability will follow political stability in India. The recent electoral verdict clearly signals a need for continuity of reforms.

*Photo Credit : Google

Comments



Featured Posts



Recent Posts


EMERGING ISSUES IN AEROSPACE INDUSTRY: AN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE


Tourism and its contribution to the Economy


Interactive Meeting with Mr. Jaykumar Rawal Hon'ble Minister for Tourism & Employment Guarantee Scheme Govt. of Maharashtra


De-coding skills-based pro-bono


FOOD PRICE VOLATILITY


Food Inflation in India: An Assessment




Archive




© Copyright 2019 MEDC, All rights reserved
Website Design and Develop By: SCI Knowledge Interlinks