The report begins with the FDI definition and FDI reference with respect to India and its sect-oral and regional comparisons. This report undertakes a comparative analysis of the foreign direct investment (FDI) flowing from the multinational corporations (MNCs) into China and India. Examining the prevailing investment climate to account for the differences in FDI between the two countries and finally suggest some recommendations for India to achieve higher FDI. A review of Mckinsey report on India’s economic performance and growth potential has been done at the end of the report. Acknowledgements
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Table of Contents-
2.1. FDI definition
2.2. Benefits of FDI
2. FDI Routes to India
3.4. Forbidden territories
3.5. Forms of FDI Investment
3.6. Automatic Route
3.7. Government approved Route
3. Amendments in FDI and Industrial Policies
4. Status of FDI in India
5. Round Tripping of FDI to China
6. Directional comparison of FDI in India and China
7. Recommendations for improving FDI to India