An Emperical Analysis of the Potentialof FDI inflows in India


Ronismita Mishra,



FDI,Economic Reforms,economic growth in India,


India needs FDI as a constituent of its tactical investment for acquiring and prolonging Economic Reforms, tempo and developmental economic growth. It was initially low due to frame work of policy regulation. However, from 2005, it jumped up in its output till date; credit goes to the new policy. Research is on to make out the rigorous improvement of Indian economic development by means of incentives that out par the previous ones, attractive such as Human Capita Transfers, Domestic Investment etc. The sole motive of the research is to highlight the consequence of FDI on economic growth in India through the pivot of investments in different spheres in India.


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