Indian Banking System and FDI

  • Dr. S.K. Singh Associate Professor, Department of Economics, S.V.PG College, Aligarh

Abstract

Due to the unique geographical, social and economic conditions in India, the Indian banking system is completely different from other Asian countries. Indians are large in size, have about 125 million people and have different cultures. India has an imbalance system for income and expenditure. A large proportion of the Indian population is highly illiterate, but in times of equality India has a major role to change and innovative talent in management and technology. In India, approximately 30-35% of the populations live in metro and urban areas, and the other half in urban and rural areas, about 30-35% of the population live in cities and cities, and relaxation is spread over many urban and rural areas.

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Published
2018-02-14
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