Overview for Foreign Direct Investment: Global and Indian Aspects
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is a subject of topical interest. Countries of the world, particularly developing economies, are vying with each other to attract foreign capital to boost their domestic rates of investment and also to acquire new technology and managerial skills. Intense competition is taking place among the fund-starved less developed countries to lure foreign investors by offering repatriation facilities, tax concessions and other incentives. However, FDI is not an unmixed blessing. Governments in developing countries have to be very careful while deciding the magnitude, pattern and conditions of private foreign investment. Though India has one of the most transparent and liberal FDI regimes among the developing countries have to be very careful while deciding the magnitude, pattern and conditions of private foreign investment. Though India has on of the most transparent and liberal FDI regimes among the developing countries with strong macroâ€”economic fundaments, its share in FDI inflows is dismally low. The country still suffers from weakness and constraints, in terms of policy and regulatory framework, which restrict the inflow of FDI. This book provides glimpses of the patterns, issues ands policies involved in FDI flows at the global level and in India.
Niti Sury (Author)
Niti Sury did her B.Com. (Hons.) from Indraprastha College for Women, university of Delhi. She secured the first position among the successful candidates in the M.Com. Examination held by the University of Delhi in 2000. She has also completed her M.Phil. from the Department of Commerce, Delhi School of Economics, university of Delhi. She has contributed articles on Presently, she is teaching at Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), University of Delhi, Delhi.