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India's FDI Landscape: Challenges & Opportunities



  Sep 14, 2023

FDI in India


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India has seen a decade of robust FDI inflows, primarily from Mauritius and Singapore.
FDI inflows decreased from $58.77 billion in FY22 to $46.03 billion in FY23.

Importance of FDI:

FDI is essential for stimulating domestic industries, fostering growth, and enhancing global competitiveness.

Sector-Specific Analysis:

Over 90% of FDI targets non-manufacturing sectors.
The services sector, especially financial services, attracted significant investment.
Research and development received minimal attention.

Concerns in Sensitive Sectors:

Sectors like computer software and hardware, dealing with sensitive data, attracted substantial FDI.
The dependence on foreign solutions raises security concerns.

Regional Disparities:

FDI distribution across states shows significant regional disparities.
States like Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Gujarat receive the most FDI, while others lag.

Regulatory Framework:

India has established frameworks for investments under the "automatic route" and "government route."
Recent amendments restrict investments from neighboring countries without approval.

Transparent Regulatory Framework:

There's a need for a transparent regulatory framework for investment promotion.
An impartial, uniform screening mechanism for investment protection is crucial.

FDI Composition:

Most investments flow into the services sector, particularly in computer software or brownfield projects.
Diversifying investments into high-tech greenfield manufacturing activities is essential for capacity building and skill development.
In conclusion, India's FDI landscape is evolving, and while it has attracted significant investment, there are concerns about the distribution of investments, security in sensitive sectors, and the need for a balanced regulatory framework. Balancing domestic interests with those of foreign investors is key to long-term economic prosperity.


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