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India receives $5.34 billion FDI in April-May

India received $ 5.34 billion foreign direct investment in the first two months of the current financial year, Parliament was informed on Friday. During April-May the country attracted $ 4.76 billion FDI under automatic route, while USD 582 million came ... The Hindu, 3 days ago
India receives $5.34 bn FDI in April-May Business Standard, 3 days ago

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India drew $40.82 bn FDI till December

Foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows into the country stood at $40.82 billion till December in the last fiscal, parliament was informed on Friday.Giving details about FDI investment in the last six years, Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha told the ...
 Prokerala2 months ago India received $40.82 billion foreign direct investment till December 2015  First Post.com2 months ago India received $40.82 bn FDI till Dec in FY16  Business Standard2 months ago

India encourages foreign investment by loosening FDI rules

In February this year, defence minister Manohar Parrikar told Parliament that between August 2014 and February 2016, the total amount of FDI in the defence sector was Rs 1.12 crore. New Delhi :The government on Monday eased foreign direct ...
 Equilibrio Informativo3 weeks ago Disappointing figures for FDI in defence indicate that a greater push is needed  First Post.com2 months ago
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FDI surges after 'Make in India', up 46% at $62 bn

Foreign direct investment during October 2014 and May this year grew 46 per cent to USD 61.58 billion after the launch of Make in India programme, Parliament was informed today. The initiative was launched in September 2014 with an aim to promote ...
 Business Standard4 days ago FDI surges after 'Make in India' at $62 billion  Rediff.com4 days ago Anthea Jeffery: New Investment Bill yet another barrier to FDI  Fin24.com1 week ago FDI during Apr-Feb jumps to $37.53 bn: Nirmala  Business Standard2 months ago
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Congress to oppose FDI in defence in Parliament: Anand Sharma

Senior Congress leader Anand Sharma on Wednesday denounced the Modi government's decision to allow 100 per cent foreign direct investment in defence sector by easing norms, saying the prime minister was working under pressure from the United States and his party would oppose it in Parliament. "The Congress government had allowed FDI in defence with a pre-condition that it would be for state-of-the-art-technology but the present government has eased the conditions. The prime minister is working ...
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FDI up 37% after ‘Make in India’

Foreign direct investment (FDI) into the country has increased 37 per cent after the launch of ’Make in India’ programme till February this year, Parliament was informed today.“In the 17-month per...
 Business Line2 months ago Make in India effect: FDI up 37%  Rediff.com2 months ago
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PM's foreign visits led to higher FDI inflow: Govt

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's foreign visits have yielded results in terms of increase in Foreign Direct Investment inflows and overall trade in goods, Parliament was informed today. "As a result of these (visits), the FDI inflows have witnessed a ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Seven economic sectors to have priority for foreign investments  BNR2 weeks ago PM Modi's Foreign Visits Led To Higher Foreign Investment Inflow: Government  Silicon India2 months ago PM Modi’s foreign visits led to higher FDI inflow: Government  IndiaTV News2 months ago

Indian origin Alok Sharma appointed UK Minister for Asia and Pacific

Alok Sharma, Member of Parliament for Reading West, has been appointed Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office with responsibility for Asia and the Pacific. Following his appointment, Alok Sharma said: "I am honoured to ...
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Egyptian Delegation to Discuss Tourism, Dabaa NPP During Moscow Visit

The Egyptian parliament's delegation is going to discuss tourism sector, resuming of direct flights to Egypt, and a project of building nuclear power plant (NPP) in Dabaa during their visit to Moscow, head of the parliament's Media and Culture ...
 Sputnik2 weeks ago Wrap-up of Egypt's top news July 9:Egypt tourism revenue down 40% in last 9 months of 2015-16 FY  Cairo Post2 weeks ago
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India's 7.5 Per Cent Growth Rate May Be Overstated, Says US

The US however appreciated moves by PM Narendra Modi to ease foreign investment and decision-making. (Reuters photo) Washington: India's 7.5 per cent growth rate may be "overstated", the US has said, adding that the Narendra Modi government has ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago US doubts India's 7.5 per cent growth, wants reforms to match rhetoric  India Today2 weeks ago Modi govt has been slow to match its rhetoric in reforms: US  Rediff.com2 weeks ago US Department of State raises doubt over India's 7.6% growth rate  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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