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FDI in services up 20 per cent to $1.84 billion during April-November 2014

FDI in India services sector rises 20% during April-Nov.

NEW DELHI With the federal government taking steps to improve ease of doing business and attracting investments, foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows into the services sector grew by 20 per cent to $1.84 billion in the April-November period this ... Oman Tribune, 4 days ago
FDI in services up 20% to $1.84b during Apr-Nov 2014 The Financial Chronicle, 5 days ago
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India will soon see surge in FDI inflows: Sinha

NEW DELHI : India will soon see a surge in foreign direct investment, including from the US, as the country strengthens manufacturing sector under the Make in India programme, Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha said today. FDI is linked to ...
 Daily Excelsior.com5 days ago Sinha predicts FDI surge from US, elsewhere  Business Standard4 days ago India will soon see surge in Foreign Direct Investment inflows: Jayant Sinha  Financial Express4 days ago India to see surge in FDI inflows: Sinha  The Statesman4 days ago
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US wants India to liberalise FDI in e-commerce biz

Washington, Jan 23 Ahead of President Barack Obama's trip to India, two US lawmakers have asked him to request Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to liberalise foreign direct investment (FDI) restrictions on e-commerce sector. Such a move would ...
 Infotech Lead1 week ago FDI Liberalisation Sought in E-Commerce in India  New Indian Express1 week ago FDI liberalisation sought in Indian e-commerce  Jagran Post1 week ago Obama visit: US and India revive talks on controversial military pacts  24Dunia6 days ago
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FDI in Nov declines 6% to $1.53 billion

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA New Delhi, 18 January Foreign direct investment (FDI)in India declined by over six per cent year-on-year in November 2014 to $1.53 billion. In November 2013, the country had received FDIworth $1.63 billion. For the ...
 The Statesman1 week ago FDI in November dips 6% to $1.53b  New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago FDI inflows in India down by over 6% Y-o-Y in Nov 2014  News on Air1 week ago FDI in November dips 6% annually to $1.53b  The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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Raising FDI cap in Defence crucial to getting US investments, says panel

India has to raise the foreign direct investment cap in Defence manufacturing to 51 per cent to get US companies to think seriously about investing in the country and share technology, said US India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) chief Sanjay ...
 Hindu Business Line3 days ago Fate of Insurance, Coal Bills hangs in balance  Jagran Post1 month ago Insurance bill’s fate in balance as Govt toughens stand on logjam  Times of India1 month ago Insurance employees protest in Dharwad  Business Standard1 month ago
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Jayant Sinha sees a spurt in FDI funds for manufacturing

India will soon see a surge in foreign direct investment (FDI), including from the US, as the country strengthens manufacturing sector under the ‘Make in India’ programme, minister of state for finance Jayant Sinha said on Sunday. “FDI is linked to ...
 Asian Age4 days ago Modi's FDI fixation: Is the hype over foreign funds overdone?  First Post.com1 month ago

US, India to chalk out smart city action plan in 3 months

CHANDIGARH: Persons known to the victims, not strangers, are involved in most rape cases. The easing of norms for FDI in construction by the government earlier this week will prove to be a firm step towards realising the goals of setting up 100 ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 days ago
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Long-term approach needed to succeed in India, says Walmart

The current central govt has maintained it will not allow FDI in multi-brand retail Nayanima Basu | Jaipur January 17, 2015 Last Updated at 00:44 IST American retail major Walmart on Friday said to succeed in India a long-term approach is required, even as it ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago FDI in multi-brand retail: Tata-Tesco JV plans Rs 250 crore investment to open more stores  Economic Times1 week ago FDI in multi-brand retail remains a concern, says US expert  Business Standard1 month ago
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India has one of the most liberalised FDI regimes in the world: Amitabh Kant, DIPP Secretary

At a Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)-Embassy of India session on 'Make in India' today in Washington DC, India's DIPP Secretary Amitabh Kant, noted the key pillars of the Modi government's hallmark initiative, especially in terms of ease of ...
 Meri News1 week ago India is one of most liberal countries in terms of FDI: Amitabh Kant  Myiris1 week ago India is one of the most liberal countries in terms of FDI: Amitabh Kant  Yahoo! India1 week ago
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Indian gov't relaxes FDI policy in medical devices

can now get 100 per cent foreign direct investment after the Indian Union cabinet approved the policy, Live Mint reported. At present, the Drugs and Cosmetics Act covers the sale of medical devices in India. The commerce and industry ministry proposed to ...
 Electronic Engineering Times3 weeks ago FDI in med-tech takes effect tomorrow  Hindu Business Line1 week ago 100pc FDI in medical devices to spur US investment: AMCHAM  Business Standard3 weeks ago Medical devices sector against 100 percent FDI in brownfield area  Nerve3 weeks ago
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