FDI policy

FDI policy News

Indian direct investment

The paradox is striking: While India has been trying to attract FDI, Indian companies are investing abroad.

In new FDI policy, Chinese firms to lose licence if found spying

A condition will be inserted to ensure that Chinese companies do not set up factories near the border areas or near sensitive installations.


Govt to relax exit option for FDI in real estate

Currently, investors are permitted to exit on completion of the project or after three years from the date of final investment.

Railways on new track: 17 sectors could get 100 pc foreign, private investment

Ministry identifies 17 areas under FDI guidelines.

Online retailers work out unique deals to broad-base market

Groupon India is offering a cash-back offer on rail fares, something never done before

Defence to remain out of bounds for FII, FPI funds

Currently, 26 per cent FDI is permitted in the sector. The Cabinet raised this later without specifying the upper limit.


No change in BJP's stand on FDI in retail: Arun Jaitley

Jaitley admitted that the BJP was consciously trying to woo the Muslim community ahead of elections.

‘We allowed a negative narrative to be built’

Commerce & Industry Minister Anand Sharma in conversation with P Vaidyanathan Iyer

Eurocopter seeks to meet DIPP officials

Companies have been seeking a hike in the FDI cap to 41 per cent or 51 per cent as they believe that the current FDI norms are restrictive.

After Delhi, now Rajasthan scraps multi-brand FDI

Rajasthan is one of 12 states that had agreed to allow foreign firms to set up multi-brand retail shops in the country.