Foreign Direct Investment

Draft National Capital Goods Policy 2015

The Capital Goods industry is one of the key contributors to value added manufacturing in India. Capital goods include plant machinery, equipment and accessories required for manufacture or production of goods or for rendering services, either directly or indirectly. Currently, the Capital goods sector is contributing 12% to manufacturing sector which translates to 2% of […]

Advertisement

India’s Competitiveness and Current Paradigms

Although India has comprehensively turned around five years of decline and climbed 16 places in one year, the Global Competitiveness Index 2015 report still places India among the “factor driven economies” because we have largely “insufficient” and “ill-adapted” infrastructure to the needs of the competitive economy. However, in the last one year, political stability coupled […]

FDI in Indian Railways

Currently FDI in IR is fully opened up in 17 areas. A foreign player can invest up to 100% in most segments of rail infrastructure such as suburban rail, metro rail, locomotive and rolling stock and dedicated freight lines, Railways electrification, Signaling systems, Freight terminals, Passenger terminals etc. In high-speed rail projects — informally called […]

Participatory Notes

Stock markets in India are regulated by SEBI and all Foreign Institutional Investors, who invest in Indian stocks have to get registered with SEBI.  The two broad categories of foreign Investments viz. FDI and FII are highly regulated and need several approvals from SEBI. On the other hand, Participatory Notes is the alternative by which […]

Advertisement