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India received highest ever FDI inflow of INR 6, 31,050 crores in 2021-22

Tags: Economy/Finance

India recorded the highest ever Foreign Direct Inflow (FDI) of Rs 6, 31,050 crores in 2021-22. This information was given by the Union Minister of State for Commerce, Som Prakash to the Parliament on 29 July 2022. 

The minister said that FDI investment in the manufacturing sector was Rs 1, 58,332 crore in 2021-22 as compared to Rs 89,766 crore in 2020-21. 

The growth rate in the Manufacturing sector FDI was 76%.

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)

What is Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)

Foreign Exchange Management act 1999(FEMA) which deals with Foreign exchange  has defined Foreign Direct  Investment .

 Foreign Direct Investment is an investment through capital instruments by a person resident outside India (a) in an unlisted Indian company; or (b) in 10 percent or more of the paid-up equity capital of a listed Indian company.

  • Unlisted Company means that the Capital instrument of the company is not listed on any stock exchange and it cannot be bought and sold in the market.
  •  Listed Company means that the Capital instrument of the company is listed on any stock exchange and it can be bought and sold in the market.
  •  Capital Instrument means an instrument issued by a company to raise capital (money) from the market for business/investment purposes.  It includes both Shares (equity) or debenture or bonds. 

Routes through which FDI gets in india 

There are two routes under which FDI is allowed in India. One is the automatic route and the other is the approval route. Government puts certain sectors in the Automatic list and Approval route.

Automatic route 

The foreign investor needs no prior approval from the government of India or Reserve bank of India.  For example Thermal power plants, electronic systems etc.

Approval route 

The foreign investor needs permission from the government of India before they can invest in these sectors. For eg public sector banks, print media etc.

Sectors where FDI is prohibited in India 

  • Atomic Energy Generation
  • Any Gambling or Betting businesses
  • Lotteries (online, private, government, etc)
  • Investment in Chit Funds
  • Nidhi Company
  • Agricultural or Plantation Activities (although there are many exceptions like horticulture, fisheries, tea plantations, Pisciculture, animal husbandry, etc)
  • Housing and Real Estate (except townships, commercial projects, etc)
  • Trading in Transferable Development Rights(TDR’s)
  • Cigars, Cigarettes, or any related tobacco industry

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