“Analytical Study Of Foreign Direct Investment in India” Project Report Submitted towards Partial fulfillment of requirements for obtaining the degree of Master of Business Administration Session 2009-10
SUBMITTED BY Deepak kumar Gautam 0826370012 V.S.B
SUBMITTED TO: Miss GarimaChaudhary Faculty Guide
VIDYA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS MEERUT
This is to certify that Deepak Kumar Gautam student of M.B.A IV SEM V.S.B. Meerut has under gone a research project on “Analytical Study Of Foreign Direct Investment in India ”And submitted a report based on the same as a mandatory requirement for obtaining the degree of Master of Business Administration from Uttar Pradesh Technical University, Lucknow.
Date: Director of V.S.B. Dr . J.R Bhatti Meerut
This is to certify that Deepak Kumar Gautam student of M.B.A IVsem, V.S.B. Meerut has under gone a research project on “Analytical Study Of Foreign Direct Investment in India ”And submitted a report based on the same as a mandatory requirement for obtaining the degree of Master of Business Administration from Uttar Pradesh Technical University, Lucknow
Miss Garima Chaudhray Faculty guide Meerut Date:
I extend my sincere thanks to all those who helped me in the completion of this project. Without their undying help and guidance, this project would not be what it is. I specially extend my heartfelt thanks to my Faculty guide Miss Garima Chaudhray for helping me at every step, and guiding me in every way help and continuous guidance possible. This project would not have been successful without her
throughout. A special note of thanks also goes out to the people from various fields for giving me their precious time and helping me with this project. I also extend my appreciation towards my family who encouraged me and were by my side whenever I needed them.
Deepak Kumar Gautam
Introduction Meaning Definition History
Objective of the study Research methodology Conclusion Recommendations & suggestions Limitations of research Bibliography Annexure
Introduction and overview
What is Foreign Direct Investment ?
These three letters stand for foreign direct investment. The simplest explanation of FDI would be a direct investment by a corporation in a commercial venture in another country. A key to separating this action from involvement in other ventures in a foreign country is that the business enterprise operates completely outside the economy of the corporation’s home country. The investing corporation must control 10 percent or more of the voting power of the new venture. According to history the United States was the leader in the FDI activity dating back as far as the end of World War II. Businesses from other nations have taken up the flag of FDI, including many who were not in a financial position to do so just a few years ago. The practice has grown significantly in the last couple of decades, to the point that FDI has generated quite a bit of opposition from groups such as labor unions. These organizations have expressed concern that investing at such a level in another country eliminates jobs. Legislation was introduced in the early 1970s that would have put an end to the tax incentives of FDI. But members of the Nixon administration, Congress and business interests rallied to make sure that this attack on their expansion plans was not successful. One key to understanding FDI is to get a mental picture of the global scale of corporations able to make such investment. A carefully planned FDI can provide a huge new market for the company, perhaps introducing products and services to an area where they have never been available. Not only that, but such an investment may also be more profitable if construction costs and labor costs are less in the host country....