FDI in Equity up 48 per cent Since Make In India Launch

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    The growth in FDI has been significant after the launch of Make in India initiatives in September 2014, with 48 percent increase in FDI equity inflows, said the  Commerce & Industry Ministry on Tuesday.

    FDI in Equity up 48 per cent Since Make In India Launch
     

    In 2014-15, country witnessed unprecedented growth of 717 percent, to US $ 40.92 billion of Investment by Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs).

    These indicators showcases remarkable pace of approval being accorded by the government and confidence of investors in the resurgent India.

    Government amended the FDI policy to further enable a positive investment climate and sync it with the vision and focus areas of the present Government such as affordable housing, smart cities, financial inclusion and reforms in railway infrastructure.

    India stands committed to have a FDI policy and regime which is investor friendly and also promotes investment leading to increased manufacturing, job creation and overall economic growth of the country, ministry said in the press release.

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    Story first published: Wednesday, July 15, 2015, 10:50 [IST]
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