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FDI AND MAKE IN INDIA

2 FDIs were stressed upon:


First Develop India
More investment in the
manufacturing sector
More jobs
More purchasing power for consumers
Help the world realise the potential of
India as the Great Bazaar.

FOREIGN DIRECT
INVESTMENT(FDI)
Foreign Direct Investment(FDI) into India
surged by 56% in five months since the inception
of Make in India programme.
India received the maximum FDI(April-January
2014-15 )from
Mauritius at US$ 7.66 billion
Singapore (US$ 5.26 billion),
Netherlands (US$ 3.13 billion)
Japan (US$ 1.61 billion)
US (US$ 1.58 billion) April-January 2014-15
period.

FOREIGN DIRECT
INVESTMENT(cont.)

The top sectors receiving FDI include


telecommunication (US$ 2.83 billion)
services (US$ 2.64 billion),
automobiles (US$ 2.04 billion),
computer software & hardware (US$
1.30 billion)
pharmaceuticals sector (US$ 1.25
billion).

ADVANTAGES OF FDI

Inflow of equipment and technology.


Competitive advantages and innovation.
Employment generation
Improved consumer welfare through reduced
cost, wider choice & improved quality.
Provide access to global markets for Indian
producer.