Foreign direct investment (FDI) in India: an analytical review
Dr. Surendra Singh
India is the largest democracy and is fourth largest economy in terms of purchasing power parity in the world. India with its stable expansion concert and abundant high-skilled manpower provides vast occasion for investment, both domestic and foreign Investment in India and it can be made by both nonresident as well as resident Indian entities. Any non-resident investing in an Indian company is FDI. FDI is an investment made by a concern or entity based in one country into a concern or entity based in another country. FDI has helped the Indian economy raise and the government continues to support more investments of this kind. Attracting FDI has become an integral part of the economic development strategies for India. The paper focuses on secondary data based Sectoral analysis of the inflow of FDI in India from 2000 to 2020. The paper also aims to look at different facets of positive FDI spill overs in the country.