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An Indian company may receive Foreign Direct Investment under the two routes viz. Automatic Route & Government Route. FDI is allowed under the automatic route without prior approval either of the Government or the Reserve Bank of India in all activities/sectors as specified in the consolidated FDI Policy, issued


icon FDI for Real estate

In a growing economy, Real Estate sector invites a lot of attention from all quarters including foreigners. India has a policy for non-residents which invites them to invest in the Construction and Development sector.For investment in independent premises, the policy is open only for NRIs.


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Foreign investment into Non-Banking Finance Companies is allowed to the extent of 100% under the automatic route in only the following activities, viz. Merchant Banking, Under Writing, Portfolio Management Services, Investment Advisory Services,Financial Consultancy,



icon FDI in other Sector

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in India is subject to certain Rules and Regulations and is subject to predefined limits ('Limits') in various sectors which range from 20% to 100%. There are also some sectors in which FDI is prohibited. The FDI Limits are reviewed by the Government from time to time and




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Important Links

  • RBI REJECTS PLAN FOR 100% FDI IN BANKS

    NEW DELHI: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has turned down a proposal from the government to allow up to 100 per cent foreign direct investment (FDI) in banks, a move that may come as a damper for several private sector lenders such as ICICI BankBSE -0.05 % and HDFC Bank. Sources said the RBI has not provided a clear reason to turn


  • IRDAI ISSUES GUIDLINES ON FDI IN INSURANCE FIRMS

    NEW DELHI: Total foreign investment, both direct and indirect, in Indian insurance companies cannot exceed the limit of 49 per cent, regulator IRDAI said today. The regulator issued guidelines to bring in more clarity on the issue of complaince with the manner of Indian-owned and -controlled companies.


  • FINANCE MINISTRY PITCHES FOR A SMALLER
    FDI COMPENDIUM

    NEW DELHI: The Finance Ministry wants its industry counterpart to come out with a shortened and simplified FDI policy document as part of exercise to improve ease of doing business in the country. The Finance Ministry, according to sources, is of the view that the compendium on consolidated FDI policy is very cumbersome and needs to be simplified.


  • IT DEPARTMENT MAY FREEZE ACCOUNTS OF TWO COS
    FOR FDI DEALS AT PREMIUM RATES

    MUMBAI: The income-tax department has threatened to freeze bank accounts of at least two of the 40 companies that had earlier been asked to explain premiums paid to them by foreign investors. In both cases, the department has slapped a tax demand on the premiums by treating the money as "unexplained cash credits", and told the firms to pay up or face action,


India being a diverse demography with varied socio economic behaviour has its own challenges and market habits that govern the possibility of success or failure of any new business