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100 per cent FDI in coal mining to help India achieve 300 MT steel output target: Deloitte

In August, the government had allowed 100 per cent foreign investment in coal mining and contract manufacturing.

India, US discuss money laundering, terrorism, easing FDI

The Indian delegation was led by Nirmala Sitharaman, Minister of Finance and the US side was led by Steven Mnuchin, the US Secretary of the Treasury.

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Doors open for 100% FDI in coal mining, contract manufacturing, digital media capped at 26%

Commerce & Industry Minister Piyush Goyal said 100 per cent FDI under automatic route in coal mining and sale of coal has been allowed to help attract international players to create an efficient and competitive coal market.

Govt gives big FDI push in single-brand retail, coal mining, digital media

To boost domestic manufacturing, 100 per cent FDI in contract manufacturing under automatic route has been allowed, Piyush Goyal said.

India received highest-ever FDI worth $64.37 billion in FY19

Foreign direct investments worth USD 286 billion were received in the country in the past five years. "In the current financial year (2018-19), the country registered highest ever FDI inflow of USD 64.37 billion," the report said.

Govt to liberalise FDI in aviation, media, single brand retail, says Nirmala Sitharaman

In her maiden Budget speech, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that India's FDI inflows in 2018-19 grew by 6 per cent to USD 64.37 billion.

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India can attract 1.5-2% FDI to GDP ratio: Nomura

India is also in favourable position to attract foreign companies planning to relocate their manufacturing bases in the turmoil of ongoing trade tension between the United States and China.

Domestic investors turn cautious over uncertain election outcome

While political stability is something that investors look for, mutual fund experts feel that uncertainty around the outcome of general elections 2019 has pushed some investors on the sidelines and they would return once the uncertainty is out of the way.

E-tailers realigning platforms to comply with new FDI rules

As per the revised guidelines, a vendor cannot procure more than 25 per cent of products from group companies of the same marketplace where they intend to sell them.

What are India's new foreign direct investment rules for e-commerce?

Both Walmart-owned Flipkart and Amazon are scrambling to reconfigure ownership structures and re-jig some key vendor relationships and agreements before the rules come into effect on Friday.

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