Project Report on Fdi in India

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RESEARCH PROJECT REPORT ON “Analytical Study Of Foreign Direct Investment in India” Project Report Submitted towards Partial fulfillment of requirements for obtaining the degree of Master of Business Administration Session 2009-10 SUBMITTED BY Deepak kumar Gautam 0826370012 V.S.B SUBMITTED TO: Miss GarimaChaudhary Faculty Guide VIDYA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS MEERUT 1 CERTIFICATE This is to certify that Deepak Kumar Gautam student of M.B.A IV SEM V.S.B. Meerut has under gone a research project on “Analytical Study Of Foreign Direct Investment in India ”And submitted a report based on the same as a mandatory requirement for obtaining the degree of Master of Business Administration from Uttar Pradesh Technical University, Lucknow. Date:…show more content…
FDI growth has been a key factor in the “international” nature of business that many are familiar with in the 21st century. This growth has been facilitated by changes in regulations both in the originating country and in the country where the new installation is to be built. Corporations from some of the countries that lead the world’s economy have found fertile soil for FDI in nations where commercial development was limited, if it existed at all. The dollars invested in such developing-country projects increased 40 times over in less than 30 years. The financial strength of the investing corporations has sometimes meant failure for smaller competitors in the target country. One of the reasons is that foreign direct investment in buildings and equipment still accounts for a vast majority of FDI activity. Corporations from the originating country gain a significant financial foothold in the host country. Even with this factor, host countries may welcome FDI because of the positive impact it has on the smaller economy. 9 Foreign direct investment (FDI) is a measure of foreign ownership of productive assets, such as factories, mines and land. Increasing foreign investment can be used as one measure of growing economic globalization. Figure below shows net inflows of foreign direct investment as a
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