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History of FDI Reforms in India

History of FDI Reforms in India

FDI reforms In 1990’s From independence in 1947 till 1990’s, FDI policies did not had any consistent direction. NEP in 1990’s aimed at creating a conducive environment for foreign investors. Economic reforms undertaken since 1991 have influenced both India’s industrial policy and its external relations. These reforms of 1991 were big twist in policy approach which was changed to attract FDI to modernize India’s industrial […]

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