Investment Opportunities in India

July 2, 2013

Investment options in India, one of the most attractive economies in the world

The Indian economy continues to grow at a good pace and holds a strong position. Indiaís economy is amongst the largest in the world on the basis of purchasing power parity (PPP). It is today one of the most attractive destinations for business investment opportunities with the available large manpower base, diversified natural resources and strong macroeconomic fundamentals. During April-January 2012-13, India received foreign direct investments (FDI) worth US$ 30.82 billion while FDI equity inflows during January 2013 stood at US$ 2.16 billion, according to latest data released by the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP).

India is the third-most attractive destination for FDI in the world. Indian markets have significant potential and a favorable regulatory regime for foreign investors, according to a survey titled World Investment Prospects Survey 2012ñ2014 by UNCTAD.

“We are keen to see FDI investment to surge in India and to that end, a favourable business climate will be helpful in going forward. We are encouraged to see there is a continued path towards fiscal consolidation,” according to Ms Christine Lagarde, Chief, International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Changes made by the Mr P Chidambaram, Union Minister for Finance, Government of India, in the Union Budget 2013-14 can greatly benefit high net worth individuals looking to invest in India, where returns on investments are higher than in any other market.

Key sectors in India where foreign investors can invest

India has become a trillion dollar economy with a self-sufficient agricultural sector, a varied industrial base and a well-established financial and services sector. There are numerous sectors that offer lucrative business opportunities in India. Some of the key investment sectors are:

  • Aerospace & Defence
  • Automotive
  • Banking
  • Biotechnology
  • Information Technology
  • Insurance
  • Power
  • Real Estate
  • Retail
  • Telecommunications

Government Initiatives in supporting business investments opportunities in India

In order to enable investors to have the complete benefit of available business opportunities in India, the Government of India has taken following initiatives:

  • The Government of India has relaxed in expense ratios for mutual funds and the prospects of higher FDI limits in insurance sectors could unlock huge opportunities in these investment sectors.
  • The Government has allowed Qualified Foreign Investors (QFIs) ó individuals, groups or associations ó to invest directly in Indian equities and bond markets.
  • To encourage the micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), the Government of Tamil Nadu (TN) has announced a special component package, which includes creation of an additional land bank for setting up new industrial estates in the state, increase in subsidy for machinery purchases and creation of a single window clearance committee to facilitate speedy approvals for industrial estates, said Ms J Jayalalithaa, Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu (TN).

Investment facilitation in India

The Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs in partnership with Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has set up an Overseas Indian Facilitation Centre (OIFC) as a not-for-profit-trust, to facilitate non-resident Indians (NRIs), overseas corporate bodies of overseas Indians and non-resident Indians who want to invest in India.

In order to ease the process for foreign investors to invest in India, OIFC has developed an online toolkit – Investment Guide to India. The toolkit serves as a simple, practical and stage-wise investment guide for the non-resident Indians wanting to invest in India.


March 28, 2013

Booming Indian Economy offering huge investment options for NRIs

India’s economy is amongst the largest in the world on the basis of Purchasing Power Parity. It is today one of the most attractive destinations for business and investment opportunities with the available large manpower base, diversified natural resources and strong macroeconomic fundamentals. In FY 2011-12, the country attracted foreign direct investment (FDI) of around US$ 46.8 billion in various sectors.

The country’s strong fundamentals such as a growing middle class population, cost competitiveness and strong domestic consumption have made it a preferred destination for MNCs from across the world.

Being the world’s largest democracy with over 1.2 billion people means a plethora of business opportunities for its people. The country also offers innumerable investment opportunities for NRIs. Combined with young skilled manpower along with a well established judicial and stable government conducive to business, are all positive points towards India’s business potential.

Additionally, strong growth across diverse parameters like being the 2nd most attractive FDI destination, steady Infrastructure & GDP growth and being one of the largest economies of the world reinforce the strength of India’s economy. All this translates to the availability of new investment opportunities for NRIs in India spanning all sectors of the Indian economy.

Key Sectors

The various key investment sectors in India offering lucrative business opportunities are Aerospace & Defence, Automotive, Banking, Capital markets, Life Sciences, Information Technology, Insurance, Media & Entertainment, Mining & Metals, Oil and Gas, Ports, Power and Utilities, Real Estate, Retail and consumer products, Roads and highways, and Telecommunications.

Growth Potential in key sectors

Indian tax climate is considered to be reasonably favourable and India has continued to be an attractive investment destination, according to a survey conducted by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Ltd (Deloitte). The investment sectors in India are witnessing new heights in terms of contribution both from the domestic front as well as from the foreign land.

  • The pharmaceutical market of India is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 14-17 per cent over 2012-16 and is now ranked among the top five pharmaceutical emerging markets globally
  • India’s IT and business process outsourcing (BPO) sector exports are expected to increase by 12-14 per cent in FY14 to touch US$ 84 billion – US$ 87 billion, as per National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom)
  • Indian manufacturing and natural resources industry plans to spend Rs 40,800 crore (US$ 7.53 billion) on IT products and services in 2013, a growth of 9.1 per cent over 2012, according to Gartner. The telecommunications category remains the biggest spending category and it is forecast to reach Rs 13,200 crore (US$ 2.43 billion) in 2013
  • The electronic system design and manufacturing (ESDM) sector of India is projected to reach US$ 94.2 billion by 2015 from US$ 64.6 billion in 2011, according to a report by the India Semiconductor Association (ISA) and Frost & Sullivan
  • The luxury car market of India is set for growth over the medium and long term, according to Mr Philipp Von Sahr, President, BMW Group India. The market is about 30,000 cars a year and is rising steadily, Mr Sahr added

January 28, 2013

India as an Investor-Friendly Country

The attractiveness of the Indian market is regularly substantiated through the investments made by various multinational corporations in the country, which demonstrate their belief in the strong fundamentals of the Indian economy. The Government of India policies backed with positive business environment, availability of talented workforce and stable outlook for the macro-economy has made India a global hub for international players to park their funds in various investment sectors.

There is a parallel process of business and industry with various countries taking note of the opportunities that recent economic developments in India have created for them.


As per the Government projections, Indian infrastructure landscape would attract investments worth Rs 49,000 billion (US$ 881.29 billion) during the 12th Five Year Plan period (2012-17), with at least 50 per cent funding from the private sector.


For overseas Indians, India offers a tremendous opportunity for investment and wealth building as India is slated to grow at the rate of 8%-10% for the next few decades. There are various investment sectors where non-residents of Indians (NRIs) can explore money-spinning deals and do profitable business.

Investment Options

Most of the Indians who have migrated to foreign countries for professional and personal reasons, still feel the desire to be associated with their mother land in some way or the other. They try to make investments in India through different avenues. There are numerous investment options for NRIs in India that can yield them lucrative benefits and profitability both in short run as well as long run. A few of them are as follows:

  • For the NRI who is looking for high returns, attention should be concentrated on the huge number of central and state sponsored projects in key infrastructural sectors like education, healthcare and construction
  • In general NRI investment is made through three major sectors. These include bank accounts, investment in immovable properties and investment in securities and debts
  • There are many types of bank accounts. The regulations vary according to the repatriation of the interest income
  • The securities in which the NRI can invest through the automatic route include agriculture, mining, alcohol brewing, power, industrial explosives, hazardous chemicals, drugs and pharmaceuticals, transport, insurance, industrial parks, non banking financial institutions etc. You do not need the approval of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to invest in these securities. In some cases, the approval of the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) may be required. These include sectors like tea, infrastructural companies except telecom, publication of newspaper and periodicals, courier service and single brand product retailing
  • If you are looking for investment opportunities with repatriation benefits, you will have to invest in mutual funds, term deposits and bonds for at least three years
  • A NRI can invest in proprietary and partnership firms in India, but the income will not be repatriated outside the country
  • NRI can directly invest in real estate in India except if you are buying agricultural lands or plantations. Investments in housing schemes and commercial properties are free

December 27, 2012

Investment opportunities in energy and telecommunication sector of India

The Government of India has accepted Telecom Regualtory Authority of India’s (TRAI) recommendations on ‘Approach towards Green Telecommunication’ and has decided to promote the use of green energy in the telecommunication sector setting broad directions and goals to achieve desired reduction in carbon emission through use of renewable energy technologies and energy efficient equipment. Department of Telecommunications has issued directions to the licensees for implementation with immediate effect. These directions stipulate inter-alia that at least 50 per cent of all rural telecom towers and 20 per cent of the urban towers are to be powered by hybrid power (renewable energy technologies and grid power) by 2015 while 75 per cent of rural towers and 33 per cent of urban towers are to be powered by such systems by 2020.

Telecommunication sector of India

Telecommunication in India is the second-largest in the world with 951.3 million subscribers as of March 2012. India is expected to feature among the top 10 broadband markets by 2013.

In terms of subscriber base, Bharti Airtel made the lead in the month of July 2012 with 188.8 million subscribers followed by Vodafone with 154.9 million. Idea Cellular added 455, 912 subscribers to have 117.6 users and State-run Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) added 471,552 users to have 98.75 million subscribers. Tata Teleservices has a total number of 77.8 million subscribers, while Uninor has 44.5 million.

Since the introduction of the New Telecom Policy in 1999, telecommunication in India has witnessed huge investment opportunities, especially in the wireless segment. The industry has evolved as a basic infrastructure on the similar lines of electricity, roads, water etc.

The Government of India is also focussing on improving rural tele-density and broadband connectivity, effective expansion of the networks with efficient utilisation of scarce spectrum and ensuring equal sharing of highly capital intensive infrastructure.

Indian Energy Sector

The Indian energy sector is one of the most diversified sectors in the world. Energy in India is generated from commercial sources like coal, lignite, natural gas, oil, hydro and nuclear power as well as other viable non-conventional sources like wind, solar and agriculture and domestic waste. Energy sector in India has been growing at a rapid rate and is expected to increase further in the years to come. In order to meet the increasing requirement of electricity, massive addition to the installed generating capacity in the country is required.

India has been one of the top performing clean energy economies in the 21st century, registering the fifth highest five-year rate of investment growth and eighth highest in installed renewable energy capacity, according to a research report released by The Pew Charitable Trusts.

The investment climate is very positive in the Indian energy sector. Due to the surge in the sector, it has witnessed higher investment flows than envisaged. The Ministry of Power has sent its proposal for addition of 76,000 MW of power capacity in the Twelfth Five Year plan (2012-2017) to the planning commission. The ministry has set a target for adding 93,000 MW in the Thirteenth FiveYear Plan (2017-2022).

The Government has initiated several policies for energy sector in India to promote and garner investments from NRIs/PIOs. To accelerate capacity addition, several policy initiatives have been undertaken by the Ministry of Power.

October 22, 2012

Infrastructure: The best investment sector in India

Infrastructural development mirrors the overall health of a nation’s economy. Physical infrastructure is directly proportionate to the growth and development of a country. The infrastructure sector in India comprising of roads and urban development, airports, energy, shipping and ports, and electricity has become a key driver of the Indian economy over the last five years.

The Government of India has always been quite forthcoming when it comes to the upgradation of infrastructure. There has been a strong focus on assuring effective implementation of associated projects though budgetary allocations, tariff policies, fiscal incentives, private investment sector participation and public-private partnerships (PPPs).

Infrastructure Development Finance Co (IDFC) Ltd has estimated that India’s spending on infrastructure is 8 per cent of the gross domestic product (GDP) as of March 2011 and it needs to be increased further to over 10 per cent of GDP by 2017 to sustain the growth targets.

Infrastructure sector in India is poised for a big leap and offers significant investment opportunities for US businesses and other investors.

Investment Opportunities for Non-Resident Indians (NRIs)/Person of Indian Origin (PIOs) in Indian Infrastructure

Global private equity (PE) funds looking for high return on investments are going to target Indian infrastructure companies in the coming years, says a report by research agency Preqin. As per the study, India is attracting the highest number of unlisted, closed-end funds that focus on a single country, making it the most preferred choice among emerging investment sectors in India.

Infrastructure PE funds investing in India can choose from sub-sectors such as power, telecom, roads and ports. The Preqin report says 74 per cent of India-focused funds will invest in greenfield projects, 84 per cent in brownfield assets, and 42 per cent will buy out the stakes of other PE funds.

India’s infrastructure sector will approximately entail an investment of US$ 1 trillion over the next five years, according to a report ‘Real Estate and Construction Professionals in India by 2020´ by realty consultant Jones Lang LaSalle. This includes work on the ambitious 7-phase National Highway Development Project (NHDP), India’s largest road project ever. Phase II, III and IV are under implementation. The Government through the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) is using a variety of contractual structures in moving towards PPP in roads projects.

Investment opportunities for NRIs/PIOs exist in a range of projects being tendered by NHAI for implementing the remaining phases of the NHDP – contracts are for construction or Built-Operate-Transfer basis depending on the section being tendered. Over US$76 billion investment is required over the next 5 years to improve road infrastructure and Road sector investments expected to grow at 19 per cent per annum.

It is also estimated that about 97 million jobs would be created over 2012-22 across different investment sectors in the country due to which, India would potentially need to build an average of 8.7 billion square feet (sqft) of real estate space every year, as per a report by prepared for Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). This would be a great attraction for NRIs/PIOs looking for opportunities to invest in the infrastructure segment.

September 12, 2012

Role of Private Sector in the Indian Economy

The Indian economy today boasts of a strong annual growth rate, deep capital markets and liberalised foreign direct investment (FDI) regime. The economy of India has continuously recorded high growth rates and has become an attractive destination for investments.

India has been the favoured investment destination in Asia, according to a report by Mecklai Financial. India has received inflows worth US$ 11 billion in equities and US$ 4.7 billion in debt investments on a year-to-date basis.

Indian economy outlook was presented as being positive and robust by Zinnov Management Consulting. Both multinationals as well as Indian companies aiming for growth need to focus on the long-term investments in India.

The liberalization and globalization of the economy has led to free inflow of foreign direct investment (FDI) along with modern cutting edge technology, which increased the importance of private sector in Indian economy considerably. Private sector in the past few years has witnessed significant increase in terms of investment and its share in Gross Domestic Product.

Key Private Investment Sector in India:

Healthcare: The health care sector of India has opened new investment opportunities for non-resident Indians (NRIs) and person of Indian origin (PIO) to invest in India because of the rise in disposable income, penetration of health insurance and unhealthy lifestyle of present generation.

Food Processing: India is emerging as sourcing hub of processed food because of huge agriculture sector, abundant livestock, and cost competitiveness. The food services sector in India is expected to register a growth of 50 per cent in investments in 2012 to about US$ 750 million, as food suppliers and retail companies plan to scale up business and stay competitive by tapping the large potential of the domestic market.

Real Estate: Returns from the investments in real estate sector of India have consistently performed well and have even outperformed other sectors. The sector is offering huge investment opportunities to NRIs and PIOs because of the friendly policies of the Government of India. People residing outside India holding Indian passports as well as PIO are allowed to invest in residential and commercial properties in India, according to the Reserve Bank of India.

Pharmaceutical: Pharmaceutical sector of India is gaining its position as a global leader. The pharma market in India is expected to touch US$ 74 billion in sales by 2020 from the current US$ 11 billion; according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) report. Growth will be driven by the fastest growing molecules in the diabetes, skincare and eye care segment, as per a report by research firm, Credit Suisse. So, it is one of the most important investment sectors in India.

Power: India has been one of the top performing clean energy economies in the 21st century, registering the fifth highest five-year rate of investment growth and eighth highest in installed renewable energy capacity. The sector is opening up new opportunities for NRIs/PIOs.

The importance of private sector in Indian economy can be viewed from the tremendous growth of Indian IT & ITeS industry including both BPOs and Indian software companies, private banks and financial service companies.

August 29, 2012

India is becoming an Investment Hub

India is the fastest growing economy in the world with buoyant investment climate. According to recent trends, India is only second to China in the league of favorite investment destinations. As the Indian economy is developing very fast, it has opened new avenues for people to start businesses. The country is extraordinarily rich in various resources with very low-cost labour. Doing business in India is a profitable option as the majority of the industries and sectors are almost untapped and hence the fear of facing stiff competition is less.

Entry Routes for Investment in India

Foreign Investment is easily permitted in almost all sectors. An Indian company may receive Foreign Direct Investment under two routes:

Automatic route: The foreign investor does not require any approval from the Reserve Bank of India or the Government of India for making investments. FDI up to 100 per cent is allowed under the automatic route in all sectors.

Government Route: The prior approval of the Government of India, Ministry of Finance, and Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) is required for making investment in India.

Sectors that an investor can look for long-term prospective are:

Banking: The Indian banking sector is one such industry, which has enormous upside growth potential. Investing in India can give investors above average return over long-term in the banking sector.

Healthcare: With the rise in disposable incomes and penetration of healthcare insurance, the demand for healthcare is growing day by day. The health and pharma sectors are quite promising in the current market conditions. Investors with a long-term prospect can invest in strong companies in the healthcare sector.

Education: The Indian Education industry is another industry which is poised at the wings of growth. Increasing awareness, rising disposable incomes and availability of loans for higher education creates a huge demand in the sector. So, it is one of the most important investment sectors in India.

Food processing: India is a country that largely depends on its agriculture. Thus, food processing industry in the country is among the largest in the world. The industry enjoys patronage from government, private players and cooperative sectors. Even the government ensures steady investment in this sector by introducing various changes in the “National Food Processing Policy”.

IT Sector: India is known as the IT hub. The BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) and the KPO (Knowledge Process Outsourcing) industries are enjoying a fast paced growth rate. Thus, investing in the giant software industry in India is really a good decision.

Real estate: Real estate has emerged as one of the most appealing investment sectors for domestic as well as foreign investors. The real estate sector will continue to derive its growth in future because of changing consumer lifestyles. For example, nowadays people prefer to live in societies (apartments) with facilities like swimming pool, gym, security rather than just houses.

“Our economic and commercial relations are expanding. But there is still a lot of untapped potential that needs to be exploited, especially in sectors like agro-processing, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, medical equipment, seafood, automobile parts, tourism and hospitality, IT and IT-enabled services,” according to Anand Sharma, Commerce and Industry Minister.

June 19, 2012

Investment Scenario in Indian Power Sector

Indian power industry has a long way to go. India’s fast-paced economic growth and its rapid rate of industrialisation and urbanisation have fuelled an increased demand for energy.

India has made remarkable progress in the power sector during the eleventh plan. The sector ranked sixth among the leading sectors of the Indian economy and has attracted US$ 4.6 billion in foreign direct investment since 2000. There are three major pillars of the sector – generation, transmission, and distribution. Generation is further divided into central sector (Public Sector Undertakings), state sector, and private sector, which constitutes total installed capacity of 31.21 per cent, 47.49 per cent and 21.17 per cent respectively.

Investment in Power Sector

With the population increasing at a rapid pace and a wide gap between demand and supply, the Indian energy sector offers strong opportunity to industry participants. After China and the US, India has been ranked as the third best investment destination in renewable energy sector.

The power sector in India requires an investment of up to US$ 400 billion in a span of five years to end on March 2017, according to P. Uma Shankar, Secretary, Ministry of Power, India.

The organised trading business in energy sector is set to be opened up for NRI invest in India. This attracts foreign funds to invest in the Indian power industry. 26 per cent FDI will be allowed at par with the level of commodity exchanges in the sector.

Investment Opportunities and Future Prospects

If India continues to grow at the current rate, the Indian economy would emerge as the second largest in the world, next only to China, by the year 2050. It is therefore expected that, the demand for energy would also rise substantially in the future.

US companies investing in India’s green energy market will have good prospects and it will be a win-win situation for both the countries.

The generation capacity of the country stands at over 180 MW (as in August, 2011) with a dominant share of the state sector. The private sector, which currently contributes around 22 per cent of the generation capacity, is expected to increase its share to 52 per cent by 2017.

Government Initiatives

Indian Government has proposed various proposals in the budget 2012 to stimulate investments in power sector in India, which provides a massive opportunity to the American companies.

In order to attract NRI invest in India, FDI up to 100 per cent is permitted under automatic route for projects of electricity generation (except atomic energy), transmission, distribution and power trading.

The Government of India is working on the plan to generate 470 gigawatts (GW) of nuclear energy by 2050, announced in 2009. Thus, it opens the door for huge opportunities in the sector.

The Government has planned to set up four solar thermal power projects through the solar energy corporation of India.

Being one of the fastest growing economies and the second largest populated country, India represents an attractive investment destination for the power industry.

March 23, 2012

Infrastructure in India and its Varied Opportunities

The Infrastructure for India can be based on power and electricity and it is a common knowledge that these infrastructures needs serious built ups, the service sector has taken a leap into excellence and is inviting more and more clients from abroad to set up their customer service industry in the Indian market. The transport is another sector and the labor migration and security all are different sectors that need to be explored a little more so that they can bring in more prosperity for the market. The infrastructures can be improved by more planning on each side and sector and then investing on them so that they grow.

The labor cost are lower in India than its competitors and the hence there is no shortage for cheap labor. The fresh stream of air in the industries can be brought as incentives from different governmental bodies and public sectors. There are various Investment Opportunities for the Indian market as it is a source for raw materials and there is the modern work forces that bear a better communication skill that can bring in the changes. The investment can be made by investors who are looking for different ways to earn profit.

This democracy is one of the largest in the world and hence it has become a top resource for the countries worldwide and developed the growing opportunity for different Infrastructure for India for different manufacturing units. The deposit of natural resources like iron ore, coal, titanium ore, petroleum, mica, limestone, dolomite and many other such ores give India a lot of opportunities to channelize its resources. The area that is covered by forest is also vast and therefore can be tapped for other resources like the flora and the fauna and the different rare timber and vegetation.

The Indian economy has traditional farming by using modern agriculture. It has a chunk of workers who work on handicrafts that are done by using bare hands and small machines propelled by hand. The Investment Opportunities will be seen with the large industries like the large machine driven manufacturing units and service units. The food producing units cater to the food for the people all over the world. The industry based on production of sugarcane, rice and tea have also grown to a great extent and there are also the products from milk, fruits and vegetables ruling the market and these can compete well in the global market.

This is a land of diverse economy and varied resources. The Infrastructure for India does comprise of areas that have not been tapped properly as yet and other side shows us sectors that has grown and has brought in economic restructuring for the country. The industry that introduced Foreign Direct Investment are the service sectors, fuels and chemicals, the area for electrical equipment and the construction industry and the telecommunication industry. The drug and food processing are other areas that have grown and the recent growth has been seen in the outsourcing industry. India still has areas that has huge potential and not yet been tapped and they can help the Indian states and the country gain prosperity as a whole.

February 28, 2012

Go for the Best Investment Opportunities Suitable for you

Currently, with the increasing need to save more, there are plenty of investment opportunities available for the interested investors. In fact, it is true that there had been opportunities of investment since a long time, but currently, these opportunities have been enhanced and the options have also been made easy for common people. Therefore, if you are looking ahead to any form of investment, irrespective of the nature, you can select your option and go it. However, prior to the selection of these options, it is very essential that you know the details associated with these forms of investments, and accordingly, you can start with the deal. Now with the availability of opportunities of foreign investment in India, things have further become easy and smooth for people.

There are plenty of companies that offer investment opportunities. However, prior to any form of investment, the most important thing that you would have to determine is the amount of money that you want to invest in a particular place. At the same time, another important thing that you would have to consider is the time period for which you want to continue your investment. However, in any case, you can be assured that the amount of money that you ultimately gain at the end of the day from your investment would largely depend on the condition of the market.

Therefore, knowing the condition of the market also becomes crucial. Based on the level of fall and rise in the prices, the amount that you gain would depend. Thus, another important thing that you must consider is the condition of the market at the time of your investment. There might be plenty of investment opportunities, but all the options for investment might not be equal. The rates might largely vary on the conditions of the existing market. Therefore, you should not only consider these factors, but at the same time, if possible, you should also consult with an expert in this case. You would definitely get the right solution.

In the recent days, the popularity of foreign investment in India has increased to a tremendous extent. In fact, this form of investment largely proves to be beneficial not only for the national economy, but also for the global economy, as a whole. In fact, statistical reports have given evidence to the fact that this form of investment can benefit not only the investor, but also the country to a great extent. In today’s date, economists also consider it wise to invest in foreign direct investment, instead of any local businesses, because the rate of profits in this case is more.

Apart from that, through foreign investment in India, the investor can also know the ups and downs of the company and can have some controls over the company in which he has invested his money. Accordingly, the stocks and shares of the company also remain under control. Therefore, if you invest in any foreign company, you would definitely get more returns. To know more about it, you can take the help of professional experts because they would offer you guidance, and at the same time would also ease the investment process.

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