Foreign Investment in India
From the perspective of Globalisation, India has always promoted Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in India for generation of employment, advancement in technology, better products and services, promote competitive market, etc.
In India, Foreign Direct Investment is governed by Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 (FEMA) read with Foreign Exchange Management (Non-Debt Instruments) Rules, 2019 and Foreign Direct Investment Policy, as amended from time to time.
These principle legislations governing FDI is regulated by Reserve Bank of India and the Government of India (the powers have been delegated to various ministries depending upon the sector in which FDI is being received. It is also mandatory to comply with prevailing policies are issued by relevant authorities. The sector specific licenses and compliances are based upon the nature of business to be carried.
There are various ways by which foreign investment can be done in India depending upon the type of business or commercial operations. Further, the governance, compliances, liabilities and taxes associated with a particular business also play a role in deciding the business structure-
In pursuance to the applicable provisions, the FDI can be made in India through following routes—
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