"Impact Of Capital Account Convertibility On Fdi Inflow And Indian Economy" Essays and Research Papers

  • Impact Of Capital Account Convertibility On Fdi Inflow And Indian Economy

    Until 1997, Asia attracted almost half of total capital inflow to developing countries. The economies of Southeast Asia in particular maintained high interest rates attractive to foreign investors looking for a high rate of return. As a result the region's economies received a large inflow of hot money and experienced a dramatic run-up in asset prices. At the same time, the regional economies of Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, and South Korea experienced high growth rates...

    Currency, Economics, Foreign exchange market 1711  Words | 5  Pages

  • Capital Account Convertibility in India

    forwarded to me by someone.. i found it very useful. Capital Account Convertibility India has been relentlessly moving on the path towards liberalization, opening up its markets and loosening its controls over many economic matters so as to integrate with the global economy. Despite the opposition to globalization from some quarters, India has been quite watchful in its approach to embracing global economy. The issue of capital account convertibility is one such where the nation has tread very cautiously...

    Bretton Woods system, Currency, Exchange rate 1568  Words | 5  Pages

  • Capital Account Convertibility in India

    INTRODUCTION The objective of this paper is to discuss the highly intensified debate on the issue of Capital Account Convertibility (CAC) in India. There is no formal definition of Capital Account convertibility but the Tarapore committee set up in February 1997 gave a pragmatic working definition of CAC as “CAC refers to the freedom to convert local financial assets into foreign financial assets and vice versa at market determined rates of exchange. It is associated with changes of ownership...

    Bretton Woods system, Capital, Capital accumulation 1485  Words | 5  Pages

  • Capital Account Convertibility

    Capital Account Convertibility. Should India adopt full convertibility? Capital Account Convertibility-or a floating exchange rate-is a feature of a nation's financial regime that centers around the ability to conduct transactions of local financial assets into foreign financial assets freely and at market determined exchange rates. It is sometimes referred to as Capital Asset Liberation or CAC. CAC is mostly a guideline to changes of ownership in foreign or domestic financial assets and liabilities...

    Asset, Central bank, Currency 1070  Words | 4  Pages

  • Capital Account Convertibility A Boon Or A Bane Economics Essay

    7/30/2015 Capital Account Convertibility A Boon Or A Bane Economics Essay Capital Account Convertibility A Boon Or A Bane Economics Essay Currency Convertibility means ease with which a particular currency or domestic currency can be converted into any other international currency and vice versa. Based on their convertibility currencies can be categorized into three groups namely: Non Convertible currencies are those which cannot be converted into other internationally accepted currencies and vice...

    Capital, Capital accumulation, Capitalism 1667  Words | 4  Pages

  • IMPACT OF GLOBAL CRISIS ON INDIAN ECONOMY

    IMPACT OF GLOBAL CRISIS ON INDIAN ECONOMY Prof. Vani Dhawan Guru Nanak Institute of Management Studies Abstract: The Indian economy has shown considerable resilience to the global economic crisis by maintaining one of the highest growth rates in the world. The intensity of present economic meltdown is so high that it is being compared with the global economic recession in 1873, Great Depression of 1930’s and East Asian crisis of 1990’s. Global Financial Crisis is among the greatest financial...

    Economic growth, Economics, Financial crisis 1516  Words | 5  Pages

  • Impact of Fdi on Nigerian Economy

    FDI and Economic Growth: Evidence from Nigeria By Adeolu B. Ayanwale Department of Agricultural Economics Obafemi Awolowo University Ole-Ife, Nigeria AERC Research Paper 165 African Economic Research Consortium, Nairobi April 2007 THIS RESEARCH STUDY was supported by a grant from the African Economic Research Consortium. The findings, opinions and recommendations are those of the author, however, and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Consortium, its individual members or the...

    Africa, Economic development, Economic growth 1742  Words | 7  Pages

  • Fdi in Indian Subcontinent

    i. Automatic route FDI up to 100 per cent is allowed under the automatic route in all activities/sectors except where the provisions of the consolidated FDI Policy, paragraph on ‘Entry routes for Investment’ issued by the Government of India from time to time, are attracted. FDI in sectors /activities to the extent permitted under the automatic route does not require any prior approval either of the Government or the Reserve Bank of India. ii. Government route FDI in activities not covered...

    Capital, Capital accumulation, Finance 1439  Words | 5  Pages

  • Development of Indian Automobile Sector: Impact of Japanese Fdi

    India is an emerging economy which has witnessed unprecedented levels of economic expansion, alongside China, Russia, Mexico and Brazil. India is a cost effective and labor intensive economy, and has benefited immensely from outsourcing of work from developed countries, and has a strong manufacturing and export oriented industrial framework. Since initiating its economic reform in 1991, India has continued its transition from a closed and planned economic policy toward a path of liberalization. As...

    Automotive industry, Automotive industry by country, General Motors 696  Words | 3  Pages

  • Impact of Fdi to Farmers in India

    IMPACT OF FDI TO FARMERS IN INDIA Shanmuga sundaram.S (MBA 1st year student Garden City College) ABSTRACT The goal of this paper is to examine the opportunities, challenges, responsibilities and recommendations for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) impact on farmers in India. Since last two decades India is the attractive and profit oriented market for the investment to developed countries. FDI is an easy path to enter the market of developing countries as India...

    Agriculture, Economics, Economy 2143  Words | 7  Pages

  • Impact of Decreasing Rupee on Indian Economy

     Fall of Rupee: Causes, impact and the role of RBI The fall of rupee vs. Dollar has created the same conundrum what the rupee appreciation caused in year 2007. However, the impact has reversed this time with exporters making appreciated revenues and the importers feeling the heat. The increased demand for dollars vis-à-vis the India rupee has led to a sharp depreciation with rupee falling close to 18% from the Aug 2011 levels, and hitting an all time low of 54.32/USD on 15th December 2011, making...

    Bretton Woods system, Central bank, Currency 1808  Words | 6  Pages

  • Fdi in Insurance Sector

    investment (FDI). A high level of FDI inflows is an affirmation of the economic policies that the policymakers have been implementing as well as a stamp of approval of the future economic health of that particular country. There is clearly an intense global competition for FDI. India, for its part, has set up the “India Brand Equity Foundation” to try and attract that elusive FDI dollar. According to UNCTAD (2007), India has emerged as the second most attractive destination for FDI after China...

    Economics, Economy, Finance 2470  Words | 7  Pages

  • Impact of Global Recession on Indian Economy

    Impact of global meltdown on Indian economy in 2009 | | | | Ashok Handoo | 08 Jan, 2009With the advent of 2009, economists are debating the extent of the impact of global meltdown on the Indian economy in 2009. The predictions range between somewhat optimistic to fairly pessimistic. But the common thread running is that 2009 will be challenging, indeed. The Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission Montek Singh Ahluwalia says the stimulus package part two is part of the government...

    Amartya Sen, Inflation, Investment 1093  Words | 2  Pages

  • Rupee Convertibility on Capital Account

    Convertability on Capital Account The capital account, takes into account cross-border flow of funds that are associated with financial or other assets in the trading countries. For example, the direct and portfolio investments made by foreign investors, in India, are captured by the capital account balance of the BOP. The capital account also encompasses foreign investments of Indian companies, foreign aid and bank deposits of Non-resident Indians (NRI). Capital account convertibility implies the...

    Asset, Balance of payments, Bretton Woods system 2905  Words | 8  Pages

  • Indian political economy make to the FDI

    more and more oversea company pay more attention to the India, also more and more foreign direct investment (FDI) choose into the Indian market. This report discusses that what effect from the Indian political economy make to the FDI. The political economy The political economy is include the political system, the economic system and legal system, they not only will make effect to the FDI, but they also affect each other. The economic development must rely on the government to provide some economic...

    Economic system, Economics, Economy 1262  Words | 5  Pages

  • Fdi in Indian Retail Industry

    Impact of FDI In The Indian Retail Sector By: Aditi Mehta 12/PPRA/504 Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) FDI is a mode of entry to international business. It refers to the investment made in a foreign country where the investor retains control over the investments. This can be made by an individual, as well as by business entities. FDI is a venture with long term considerations, as it cannot be easily liquidated. FDI as defined in Dictionary of Economics ( by Graham Bannock) as investment...

    Business, Department store, Investment 772  Words | 3  Pages

  • Foreign Capital Inflow

    Effects of Foreign Capital Inflow on the Economy Recently India’s Home Minister Mr. P. Chidambaram pointed out that surge in foreign capital inflow can be a cause of the rise inflation rate in the economy. This is true! With opening up of the economy, foreign capital has become one of the important factors affecting our economy. The country’s economic policies have changed. We are now an open economy affected by the economic and political happenings of the world. We therefore need to broaden our...

    Bretton Woods system, Capital accumulation, Economics 1188  Words | 4  Pages

  • FDI AND ITS IMPORTANCE

    A Foreign direct investment (FDI) is a controlling ownership in a business enterprise in one  country by an entity based in another country Foreign direct investment is distinguished from  Portfolio Foreign Investment, a passive investment in the securities of another country such as  public stocks and bonds, by the element of "control". According to the Financial Times,  "Standard definitions of control use the internationally agreed 10 per cent threshold of voting  shares, but this is a g...

    Capital accumulation, Economics, Economy 4891  Words | 10  Pages

  • Impact Fdi on Indian Economy

    Study of Implications of FDI on Indian Economy (NOV 2011) Author: (original article never submitted/communicated at any place) 1. Srikant Misra, Research Scholar cum Sr. Instructor Faculty of Management & Research, Integral University, Kursi Road, Lucknow-226026 UP India Email ID: srikantmisra@rediffmail.com, srikant.misra15@gmail.com Mobile No: 09919494606, 09305455902 Study of Implications of FDI on Indian Economy Abstract Foreign direct investment (FDI) is always contributing...

    Developed country, Developing country, Development 4943  Words | 15  Pages

  • Capital Account Convertibility

    ASSIGNMENT FINAL REPORT TOPIC: CAPITAL ACCOUNT CONVERTIBILITY ABSTRACT This report has been prepared to discuss the issue of Capital Account Convertibility (CAC) and India’s experience with it. The concept of CAC and its history and its implications has been discussed. The recommendations of the Tarapore Committee (the committee set up for looking into the issue of CAC) have been presented. Lastly, the progress...

    Balance of payments, Bretton Woods system, Currency 10365  Words | 34  Pages

  • Retail Fdi and Impact of It on India

    * FDI in Retail in India * 2. Let’s get the Basics Right….• ‘Retail’ as a sale for final consumption in contrast to a sale for further sale or processing (i.e. wholesale), A sale to the ultimate consumer - Interface between the producer and the individual consumer buying for personal consumption• Organized retailing - Trading activities undertaken by licensed retailers, those who are registered for sales tax, income tax, etc., these include the corporate-backed hypermarkets and retail chains...

    Retailing, Shopping mall 2436  Words | 4  Pages

  • Role of Fdi in Economies

    Economic growth may additionally result from a wider range of intermediate goods in FDI-related production (Feenstra and Markusen, 1994). Caves (1996) observed that the rationale for increased efforts to attract more FDI stems from the belief that FDI has several positive effects. Among these are productivity gains, technology transfers, introduction of new processes, managerial skills...

    Capital, Capital accumulation, Economic development 713  Words | 3  Pages

  • Eurozone Debt Crisis and Its Impact on the Indian Economy

    DISSERTATION On Eurozone Debt Crisis and its impact on the Indian Economy By Sumedha Dhindsa A0101909355 MBA Class of 2012 Under the Supervision of Dr. Rosy Kalra Department of Finance In Partial Fulfilment of Award of Master of Business Administration AMITYBUSINESSSCHOOL AMITY UNIVERSITY UTTAR PRADESH AMITY BUSINESS SCHOOL DECLARATION I, Sumedha Dhindsa, student of Masters of Business Administration from Amity Business School, Amity University Uttar Pradesh hereby...

    Exploratory research, Financial crisis, International Monetary Fund 805  Words | 4  Pages

  • Impact of Fdi on Nigeria Economy

    Received 11th June, 2010, Accepted 19th December, 2010 Abstract The study analysed the fate of the agricultural sector in relation to foreign direct investment (FDI) in Nigeria. Data for the study were obtained from the Central Bank of Nigeria’s statistical bulletin from 1970 to 2007. Findings revealed that of the seven sectors into which FDI was classified, agricultural sector got the least average net flow of investment (N553.6132), while manufacturing and processing sector had the highest mean...

    Agriculture, Capital, Capital accumulation 795  Words | 3  Pages

  • Economic Growth of Phillipines Impacting Indian Economy

    Macroeconomics Project Does the Economic growth of Philippines impact India Introduction The Economy of the Philippines is the 40th largest in the world according to 2012 International Monetary Fund statistics and it is also one of the emerging markets in the world. The Philippines is considered as a newly industrialized country, it has been transitioning from one based on agriculture to one based more on services and manufacturing. According to the CIA Factbook, the estimated 2012...

    Economic growth, Economics, Economy 2174  Words | 6  Pages

  • Capital Account Convertibility in India

    “FULLER” CAPITAL ACCOUNT CONVERTIBILITY A boon or a bane! Abstract This is the era of competitive economies and India is one of the pioneers. In the recent years, India has been consistently moving towards becoming a developed nation with its IT and technical advancement, intellectual capital, off shoring and outsourcing to boast of. Capital account convertibility is one of the main features of developed economy. India’s inclination towards CAC, when the Tarapore committee first suggested...

    Bretton Woods system, Central bank, Currency 8735  Words | 28  Pages

  • The impact of FDI on GDP in Nigeria

    Introduction When investigating the impact of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) for host countries, most research focuses on the effect of FDI on economic growth. FDI can be defined as cross-border expenditures to acquire or expand corporate control of productive assets (Froot, 1993). It is a key element in the rapidly evolving international integration. It may help the competitive position of both the recipient (host) and the investing (home) economy, by transferring know-how and technologies and...

    Development economics, Economic development, Economic growth 2484  Words | 10  Pages

  • The Debate on Capital Account Convertibility in India

    Institute Name: NMIMS Team Members: Name: Jigar Shah Kavitha Rajan Email: jigar.shahft09@nmims.org kavitha.rajanft09@nmims.org Phone: 9819952441 99672457453 ` The Debate on Capital Account Convertibility in India Executive Summary Capital Account Convertibility is considered the hallmark of a developed economy. CAC, as defined by Tarapore committee is the freedom to convert local financial assets into foreign financial assets and vice versa at market determined rates of exchange. CAC...

    Bretton Woods system, Capital accumulation, Economics 3949  Words | 12  Pages

  • Globlization and Impact

    Globalization and its impact on Indian Economy: Developments and Challenges Globalization (or globalization) describes a process by which regional economies, societies, and cultures have become integrated through a global network of communication, transportation, and trade. The term is sometimes used to refer specifically to economic globalization: the integration of national economies into the international economy through trade, foreign direct investment, capital flows, migration, and the spread...

    Economic development, Economics, Economy 1932  Words | 6  Pages

  • Capital Account Convertibility

    | Tarapore Committee Report on CAPITAL ACCOUNT CONVERTIBILITY | Prepared ByApoorva Soni – 11020241071Pankaj Baid – 11020241021Rashmi Sonare – 11020241123Swapnil Rathi - 11020241134 | | INDEX Definition of CAPITAL ACCOUNT CONVERTIBILITY (CAC) 2 CAPITAL ACCOUNT LIBERALISATION IN INDIA SINCE 1997 3 Committee’s Approach to FCAC and Related Issues 10 Interaction of Monetory Policy and Exchange Rate Policy 11 Development of Financial Markets 14 Regulatory...

    Bank, Currency, Exchange rate 7804  Words | 25  Pages

  • Tourism and Indian Economy

    Impact of saarc on Indian economy 1) Impact of Recession on Indian Econom Reason for Recession to occur What happened was this: banks were approached by thousands of possible new home owners asking for loans. This was during a period where the United States real estate market was climbing fast, and the value of homes was rising quickly. The banks approved these ‘bad’ or ‘sub-prime’ mortgages under the mentality that if the new home owners were to foreclose, the property would have a higher...

    Capital accumulation, Economic development, Economic growth 943  Words | 3  Pages

  • Current State of the Indian Economy

    Current State of the Indian Economy The current scenario of Indian economy has been characterised by optimistic growth and strong macro-economic fundamentals, particularly with tangible progress towards fiscal consolidation and a strong balance of payments position. The advance estimates (AE) of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at factor cost for 2006-07 has been placed at 9.2 per cent. The industrial sector has shown impressive growth in the current year. Year-on-year industrial growth of...

    Economics, Inflation, Investment 790  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Indian Economy

    * * Home * About Site * Content Quality Guidelines * * * * * * Suggest Us * Report Errors * Contact Us 1036 Words Essay on Indian Economy: Adopting New Approach By Dipti After independence, India chartered a path of economic development based on mixed economy, building a new industrial structure around the public sector and a closely monitored, regulated and controlled system where government played the role of licenser in the process of building...

    British Raj, Capital, Capital accumulation 1228  Words | 5  Pages

  • Globalization and Indian Economy

    Globalization and Indian Economy - Presentation Transcript 1.   2. Globalization * Globalization has come to be a principal characteristic feature of the new millennium and it has become an inescapable reality in today's society. * No community and society can remain isolated from the forces of globalization 3. What is globalization * Globalization is the increasing integration of economies and societies around the world, transcending the boundaries of the nation...

    Economics, Free trade, General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1714  Words | 7  Pages

  • Fdi in Banking Sector

    non-debt inflows, and is increasing being sought as a vehicle for technology flows and as a means of attaining competitive efficiency by creating a meaningful network of global interconnections. FDI plays a vital role in the economy because it does not only provide opportunities to host countries to enhance their economic development but also opens new vistas to home countries to optimize their earnings by employing their ideal resources. India has sought to increase inflows of FDI with a much...

    Bank, Banking, Economics 1493  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Benefits of Fdi in Zambian Economy

    the Zambian economy has benefited from foreign direct investment. Its will analyse the positives and negatives that has come with foreign Direct Investment in Zambia. Zambia has recorded a number of foreign investments coming in the country in various sectors. Zambia is one of the 33 countries in Africa which require Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and integration into the global economy for their social and economic development. It is for this reason that assessment of FDI’s impact on the country’s...

    Development, Foreign direct investment, International economics 2551  Words | 7  Pages

  • Impact on Indian Economy

    Impact of Recession on Indian Economy & Changes in Consumer Behaviour due to Recession Introduction- Almost everybody today seems to be discussing about the US Recessionary trend and its impact on emerging countries, more particularly India Economists, Industrialists and the common man on the streets seem to have been horrified by the very thought of recession in India and that too due to US. Decreasing industrial production, inflation, decreasing job opportunities, cost cutting, reducing...

    Business cycle, Economics, Government spending 771  Words | 3  Pages

  • Impact of Recession in Global Economy in India

    A Paper Presentation On Impact of Recession in American Economy on India By: S.Karunya Abstract: The recession in the US market and the global meltdown termed as Global recession have engulfed complete world economy with a varying degree of recessional impact. World over the impact has diversified and its impact can be observed from the very fact of falling Stock market, recession in jobs availability and companies following...

    Economics, Financial crisis, Inflation 2321  Words | 7  Pages

  • IMPACT OF POLITICAL INSTABILITY ON ENERGY GDP AND FDI

     IMPACT OF POLITICAL INSTABILITY ON GDP, FDI AND ENERGY Mariam Zahra, CH Ahsan Zafar, Hibba Zafar, Mahnoor Zafar, Tayyaba Yaseen, Abdul Haseeb Section E University of Central Punjab Background: Energy is very important for daily life activities and its deficiency can have severe impact on people lives as well as the economy of the state and that’s why it is considered to be one of the most fundamental rights of the people and also the most important obligation of the government to...

    Economic growth, Economics, Energy conservation 983  Words | 6  Pages

  • Fdi in India

    FDI in India Presentation Write-up Business Environment MGT – 554 Submitted to: Miss Jaschetan Deep Kaur Submitted By: Ishfaq Shah - A15 12 Feb’12 MEANING and DEFINITION Foreign investment refers to any type of funds coming from foreign countries to a home country, either from the various corporates or the individual and institutional investors. FDI is a type of investment that involves the injection of foreign funds into an enterprise, new or existing, that operates in a different...

    Capital accumulation, Economics, Economy 1251  Words | 6  Pages

  • Impact of Fdi

    UNIVERSITY OF HO CHI MINH CITY UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS AND LAW NGUYỄN TẤN VINH IMPACT OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT ON ECONOMIC STRUCTUAL CHANGE IN HO CHI MINH CITY Major: Code: Economics 62.31.03.01 Supervisor: 1. Dr. Nguyễn Tiến Dũng 2. Dr. Lê Tuấn Lộc DOCTORAL THESIS SUMMARY Ho Chi Minh City - 2011 1 INTRODUCTION 1. Problem statement Industrialization and modernization of the economy and proactive international economic integration are the pressing issues for countries...

    Economic growth, Economics, Economy 1607  Words | 6  Pages

  • Recent Trends in Indian Economy- An impact of FDI in various sectors.

    Trends in Indian Economy- An impact of FDI in various sectors. Submitted To: Dr. Yamini Karmarkar Submitted By: Ajay Gulani “Recent Trends in Indian Economy- An impact of FDI in various sectors” INDEX Abstract Introduction Research Question and Objective Literature Review Research Methodology Expected Outcome Bibliography ABSTRACT FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT is an important catalyst for accelerating Indian economy. The productivity...

    Capital accumulation, Developed country, Developing country 2065  Words | 11  Pages

  • Comparative Study of Fdi Flow to India and China

    Editors@asiaentrepreneurshipjournal.com COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF FDI IN CHINA AND INDIA Dr. Swapna S. Sinha swapnassinha@yahoo.com Dr. David H. Kent dkent@ggu.edu Dr. Hamid Shomali hshomali@ggu.edu Ageno School of Business Golden Gate University 536 Mission St. San Francisco, CA 94105 Tel: 415-442-6500 Abstract Some emerging markets have been leaders in the world and have grown at a higher rate benefiting from higher Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) by Trans National Corporations (TNCs) and some have been...

    BRIC, Capital accumulation, Economic development 2379  Words | 7  Pages

  • Impact of Fii on Indian Economy

    ABSTRACT Most of the under developed countries suffer from low level of income and capital accumulation. Though, despite this shortage of investment, these countries have developed a strong urge for industrialization and economic development. As we know the need for Foreign capital arises due to shortage from domestic side and other reasons. Indian economy has experienced the problem of capital in many instances. While planning to start the steel companies under government control, due...

    Capital accumulation, Economics, Foreign direct investment 5980  Words | 18  Pages

  • FDI IN INDIA PROJECT

    FDI IN INDIA 1. INTRODUCTION………………………………………………………1 to 2 2. Classification of FDI…………………………………………………..3 to 3 3. Policies for FDI in different sectors of India………………………..4 to 4 4. Trends in FDI………………………………………………………….5 to 6 5. Consequences for FDI……………………………………………….7 to 7 6. Role of FDI in the global and Individual economy…………………8 to 8 7. Analysis of FDI in India………………………………………………9 to 9 8. Advantages and Disadvantages of FDI……………………………10 to 10 9. Conclusion……………………………………………………………11 to 11 10. References……………………………………………………………...

    Capital, Capital accumulation, Development 2277  Words | 12  Pages

  • An Analysis of Foreign Direct Investment on Indian Economy

    supplement domestic capital, technology and skills, for accelerated economic growth. ―Foreign Direct Investment, as distinguished from portfolio investment, has the connotation of establishing a lasting interest in an enterprise that is resident in an economy other than that of the investor. FDI (FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT) : FDI is defined as investment by a resident entity in one economy that reflects the objective of obtaining a lasting interest in an enterprise resident in another economy. The lasting...

    Foreign direct investment, Investment, Retailing 2475  Words | 7  Pages

  • Indian Economy

    Introduction to India & Indian Economy: India is the seventh largest country by area, the second-most populous country with a population of over 1,241,491,960 people. India is surrounded by three-water bodies namely Indian Ocean on the south, the Arabian Sea on the west, and the Bay of Bengal on the east. India shares its border with 7 countries namely Pakistan, China, Nepal, Bhutan Afghanistan, Burma and Bangladesh. India is a democratic country and is governed under a parliamentary system consisting...

    Building, Construction, Economics 960  Words | 3  Pages

  • Direct Impact of Fdi on Poverty Reduction

    Direct impact of FDI on poverty reduction FDI’s direct impacts on poverty may work through providing opportunities, particularly providing jobs and training to local workers. To the extent that foreign capital inflows do not replace local investment absolutely and foreign investment takes the mode of green- field investment FDI may contribute to reducing existing unemployment and underemployment, providing people with income and therefore directly contributing to poverty reduction. In this sense...

    Capital, Capital accumulation, Capital intensity 1034  Words | 3  Pages

  • How Dollar Fluctuations Impact the Indian Economy

    get to know some basics: Exchange rate – the rate at which a currency can be exchanged. It is the rate at which one currency is sold to buy another. Foreign exchange market – Also known as “Forex” or “FX”. It is a market to trade currencies Indian foreign exchange rate system – India FX rate system was on the fixed rate model till the 90s, when it was switched to floating rate model. Fixed FX rate is the rate fixed by the central bank against major world currencies like US dollar, Euro, GBP...

    Bretton Woods system, Currency, Exchange rate 842  Words | 3  Pages

  • Impact of Agricultural Finance on Indian Economy

    UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTARAL SCIENCES, DHARWAD DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTARAL ECONOMICS [pic] SEMINAR-I ON IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL FINANCE ON INDIAN ECONOMY BY imamsab h PGS11AGR5473 VENUE: Seminar Hall Date: 02.11.2012 Time: 3:00PM Synopsis Agricultural finance generally means studying, examining and analyzing the financial aspects pertaining...

    Bank, Credit, Debt 868  Words | 4  Pages

  • Impact of Tourism on Indian Economy

    Market Survey By: Dr C. VETHIrAJAN IMPACT OF TOURISM ON INDIAN ECONOMY Tourism can generate maximum employment opportunity because of a large number of subsidiary industries. September 2008 and a 3.3 per cent growth in passenger traffic through September. The negative trend intensified during 2009, exacerbated in some countries due to the outbreak of the AH1N1 influenza virus, resulting in a worldwide decline of 4 per cent in 2009 to 880 million international tourist arrivals, and an estimated...

    Economic development, Economic growth, Economics 1639  Words | 6  Pages

  • Fdi Comparison B/W India and China

    track record in attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) is far superior to that of India. In fact, India has been considered an "underachiever" in attracting FDI. However, within this otherwise firm conviction about unmatched Chinese superiority in attracting FDI inflows vis-à-vis India, there has occasionally been some scepticism about what all China includes while compiling its FDI figures and consequently about the actual intensity of the FDI gap between China and India as suggested by the official...

    Balance of payments, Finance, Foreign direct investment 1734  Words | 5  Pages

  • Advantages of Fdi in Retail in India

    Advantages of FDI in Retail in India By MT UVA BMS on February 15, 2013 in Retail Management Advantages of FDI in Retail in India : (1)       Growth in Economy : Due to foreign companies entering into retail sector, new infrastructure will be built thereby bolstering the jagging real estate sector. In turn, banking sector will also grow as the funds needed to build infrastructure will be provided by banks. (2)     Job Opportunities : It has been estimated according to government, that approximately...

    Economics, Retailing, Shopping mall 1155  Words | 3  Pages

  • Fdi Inflow, Current Account Balance, Inflation and Interest Rate: How Do They Impact the Malaysian Economy?

    Masters of Science (Banking) UUM-IBBM WBB 6013: SEMINAR IN BANKING FDI Inflow, Current Account Balance, Inflation And Interest Rate: How Do They Impact The Malaysian Economy? By Siva Kumar Kandiah (Matric No: 89306) ___________________________________________________________ Abstract This article seeks to find which of the macroeconomic variables among FDI inflow, current account balance, inflation and interest rate play a significant role in economic growth in Malaysia using...

    Balance of payments, Capital account, Current account 8700  Words | 34  Pages

  • General Political Environment & Its Impact.

    Political Environment & Its Impact. Democracy is well entrenched within India’s political system, but is complicated by tensions over religion, ethnicity and a deep-rooted patronage system. The extreme diversity within India’s socio-economic environment is highlighted in the varied political cultures and ideologies across the country. The legislative environment from state-to-state differs considerably as states enjoy significant autonomy. Coalitions led by either the Indian National Congress (Congress)...

    Bharatiya Janata Party, Central bank, Government of India 1452  Words | 4  Pages

  • Operation

    Investment (FDI, FPI) Received Foreign Investment made by Indian Films Other Capital Receipts Other Capital Outflows Rs (in Mn) 3,62,661 5,33,778 2,27,762 1,63,353 1,812 1,172 96,318 1,939 21,098 39,014 2,06,696 1,53,377 2,90,100 1,98,016 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) Question : 1) 2) 3) 4) Calculate balance of Visiable Trade? Calculate balance of Invisiable Trade? Calculate balance of Capital Account? Calculate change in Reserves? CASE STUDY : 2 The Indian Foreign Exchange...

    Balance of payments, Bretton Woods system, Current account 657  Words | 3  Pages

  • Positive Impact of Globalization Toward Economy

    Positive impact of MNC & FDI Positive impact of MNC & FDI International Political Economy Second exam J.C. Odencrantz 4/24/2012 TN Gilpin writes that “opinions corporate on differs greatly over the significant for international and domestic economic affairs of the Globalization of corporate activities” explore how MNCs and FDI impact domestic and international economies using one of the perspectives discussed by Gilpin (perspectives can be from business economics or political...

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  • Impact of Fdi in India

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