Foreign Direct Investment in India: Mean and geographical factor, nature and down, appears case

Dr. Manoj Singh



By P.S. Gravel, mean of suitable foreign direct investment.

                   When foreign appliers keep his moneys in economics property likes:- factories, land area, economic depended things and rightness shapes areas so it calls foreign direct investment. Most of the taxes are given by large amines companies.

                   According to Kuldeep Gupta: means of F.D.I. is to manage and to make full possessions companies in India by Foreign appliers. It gather also a company to buy many parts of its aim.

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