FDI Laws in India and Protection of Foreign Investment

  • Hemant Gupta and Dr. Divya Khurana
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  • Hemant Gupta

    LL.M. Student at CT University, Ludhiana, Punjab, India

  • Dr. Divya Khurana

    Assistant Professor at CT University, Ludhiana, Punjab, India

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With liberalised changes over the previous several years and an appealing investment climate, India's FDI situation is gradually improving. With a sustained growth in FDI, India has enticed more than 90 countries from across the world to invest in India until 2022 (up from 29 countries in 1991), putting it above the United States in the UNCTAD WIP Report's list of top investment destinations. Without the need for licenses or clearances, most investments in India might be made automatically. Foreign Investment Promotion Board approval is required for investments in industries with limits, such as single-brand retail, private banking, insurance, and stock exchange. This article assesses the history and present state of FDI inflows to India while highlighting crucial areas. Additionally, several areas that require development are emphasised so that more and more investors can invest in India through FDI, allowing India to grow and stay the most preferred location for FDI investment throughout the world.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 5, Page 593 - 600

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.113616

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