Foreign Direct Investment in India: A Critical Analysis of FDI from 1991-2005
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Kulwindar Singh: Centre for Civil Society
Development and Comp Systems from University Library of Munich, Germany
The Concept of Foreign Direct Investment is now a part of India's economic future but the term remains vague to many, despite the profound effects on the economy. Despite the extensive studies on FDI, there has been little illumination forthcoming and it remains a contentious topic. The paper explores the uneven beginnings of FDI, in India and examines the developments (economic and political) relating to the trends in two sectors: Industry and Infrastructure and sub sector Telecom, to illustrate that.
Keywords: India FDI; FDI liberalization (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: O P (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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