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Foreign Investments in India (in Hindi)
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Foreign Investment (in Hindi)

Aartee Mishra is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Aartee Mishra
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very good video mam
Mam can you upload a more detailed lesson on this topic . Plz
what difference btw individual foreign investment and institutional investment
apne bhut hi saral bhasha me samjhaya hai mam .thank yo so much mam...
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  4. Promotion to Foreign Investment The new industrial policy was a path breaking step in this regard. Not only the draconian FERA was committed to be diluted, but the government went to encourage foreign investment (FI) in both its forms-direct and indirect The direct form of FI was called as the foreign direct investment (FDI) under which the MNCs were allowed to set up their firms in India in the different sectors varying from 26 per cent to 100 per cent ownership with them--Enron and Coke being the flag-bearers. The FDI started in 1991 itself The foreign institutional investors (Flls) having good track record are allowed to invest in the Indian security/stock market. The Flls need to register themselves as a stock broker with SEBI It means India has not allowed individual foreign investment in the security market still, only institutional investment has been allowed till now

  5. Location of Industries Related provisions were simplified by the policy which was highly cumbersome and had time-consuming process. Now, the industries were provision deciding their location was announced: Non-polluting industries might be set up anywhere Polluting industries to be set up at least 25 kms away from the million cities. Compulsion of Phased Production Abolished With the compulsion of phased production abolished, now the private firms could go for producing as many goods and models simultaneously

  6. Compulsion to Convert Loans into Shares Abolished The private companies who had borrowed capital from these banks (when the banks were privately owned) now wanted their loans to be paid back The government came with a novel provision for the companies who were unable to repay their loans (most of them were like it)-they could opt to convert their loan amounts into equity shares and hand them over to the banks The private companies which opted this route (this was a compulsory option) ultimately became a government-owned company as the banks were owned by the Government of India-this was an indirect route to nationalise private firms Such a compulsion which hampered the growth and development of the Indian industries was withdrawn by the government in 1991

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