India’s FDI policy has been amended in order to liberalise and simplify investment from overseas.
The Indian Government’s amendments to foreign direct investment (FDI) policy in November 2015 are aimed at further improving the investment environment. The changes include: higher sectoral caps (to avoid fragmented ownership issues for foreign investors); allowing investment in more sectors under the automatic route (so that prior approval of the government is not required); easing of investment conditions; and opening up new sectors to FDI. The reforms are summarised below.
Single-brand retail trading
Limited liability partnerships (LLPs)
FDI in Indian companies without operations or downstream investments
Investments by NRIs
Establishment and transfer of ownership or control of Indian companies
Private sector banking
Threshold limit for FIPB approval
Other sectors with a new FDI cap or entry route
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