A Comparative study of FDI Inflow and Outflow from India


Authors : Alka Awasthi, Shekhar Upadhayay, Priyanka Rawal.

Volume/Issue : Volume 2 - 2017, Issue 4 - April

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In today’s’ world of globalization, one of the most outstanding feature is the expansion in foreign investments in both developed and developing countries. There has been substantial growth in FDI flows in last two decades as compared to other economic indicators worldwide. FDI has been considered as one of the most secured form of external finance as it not only supplement home savings, foreign reserves but also expedite sharing of technology and skills increases innovative capacity and domestic competition among member countries. These days, FDI has become an important tool of international economic integration. India is the 7th largest, and the 2nd most populated country in the world. Geographical convergence, cultural diversity and rich human resource are few important features of India which makes it attractive for global investment. Being the largest\ democracy of the world, India has grown as a global resource for industry in manufacturing and services. India has emerged as a viable partner to global investors on account of its la large available technical skills, English speaking population with its growing disposable income and expanding market. Currently, opportunities for foreign investments in India are at boom.

Keywords : Globalization, Economic indicators, Foreign reserves.

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