A Study on Education, Knowledge and Opportunities of FDI in India
In today's global economy, FDI is more important than trade as an international economic transaction method. There are two categories of investments: direct investments and portfolio investments. Direct investment means controlling the investment and an ownership interest of at least 10% to 25%. Otherwise, it is considered a portfolio investment. A look at India's FDI policy for other major Emerging Market Economies (EMEs) suggests that although India's approach to foreign investment began to be relatively conservative, it has become increasingly liberalized, especially since the early 1990s, The Other EME policy positions explained in terms of expansion, easy start of an enterprise, repatriation of dividends and profits and relaxation of share ownership standards. This gradual liberalization reflected a significant increase in macroeconomic fundamentals and an increase in the inflow of foreign direct investment into the country, almost five times as high during the first decade of the current millennium. This report focuses on the basic needs and opportunities of Indian foreign direct investment in the current scenario.
Key words: Foreign direct investment (BDI), investments, MNC’s