A Review of Foreign Investment Flows and Policies in India

In this an article, authors would like to focus on Foreign Investment in India. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) to India remained sluggish when global FDI flows to emerging market economics had recovered in 2013-15. A perusal of India’s FDI policy vis-à-vis other major Emerging Market Economies (EMEs) reveals that though India’s approach towards foreign investment has been relatively conservative to begin with, it progressively started catching up with the more liberalized policy stance of other EME’s from the early 1990s onwards, inter alia in terms of wider access to different sectors of the economy, ease of starting business, repatriation of dividend and profits and relaxations regarding norms for owing equity

Authors Name: 
Dr.B.K.SuryaPrakasha Rao, Dr.K.Suryanarayana