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Running Head: Foreign Direct Investment in IndiaFOREIGN DIRECTINVESTMENT IN INDIA[Document subtitle]
Foreign Direct Investment in India1Table of ContentsIntroduction.................................................................................................................................................2Political Analysis.........................................................................................................................................3Economic Analysis......................................................................................................................................4Socio-Cultural Analysis...............................................................................................................................6Technological Analysis...............................................................................................................................7National resource that creates competitive advantage.................................................................................8Foreign Currency and Exchange Influences................................................................................................9Trade Policies, systems, incentives, and barriers.......................................................................................10Recommendation and Conclusion.............................................................................................................11References.................................................................................................................................................12
Foreign Direct Investment in India2IntroductionForeign Direct Investment play a significant role in the success of a country. India is also calledthe Republic of India. It is a country in South Asia and considered as the seventh large country asper area, and the second large country as per the population which is approximate 1.3 billionnow. It is a growing country which earned huge success nowadays. In this report, we willconduct the assessment of India. It has been done to understand the potential opportunities forforeign direct investment in India. The conducting analysis gives us significant knowledgeregarding the market trend of the country.Business Environment of India in a single glance:Policy related to competition and the Enterprise:During 2013 and 2014, the countrymaintains its focus mainly on difference populist measures. It continues to part-private state-owned organizations and grow further with the help of current and modern reforms thatsignificantly play an important role in increasing competition (Aggarwal, 2012). Apart of this, itcan be said that the pace of change in India is comparatively slow than other countries.Policy related to foreign investment:It can be said that India works hard to attract a largenumber of foreign investment in the country. During 2013-14 the Indian National Congress partyperforms various efforts to convince the government of the state to adopt its reform package.With the help of this package, they can successfully loosen restrictions on foreign investment.On the other hand, during 2015-17, the government felt the requirement of foreign investmentand a more investor friend climate (Moosa, 2016). For fulfilling this purpose, it is continuouslyperforming a large number of efforts such as liberalization of the economic.
Foreign Direct Investment in India3Foreign Trade and Exchange Control:During the period of 2013-14, the number of tariffbands imposed on India gets reduced. After some time, restrictions on the outward investmentare relaxed by the government. It is done so to barring the occurrence of balance-of-paymentproblems.Political AnalysisPolitical Analysis of India includes following:Political Culture: India's get a poor score in its political culture. This category mainlyrepresents the impatience of the different society segments with the cumbersome of thecountry and poor moving system of government and their wishes for a more effectiveleadership form.Enhancement in budget on continuous basis.Democracy Index: As per the report of Economist Intelligence Unit 2012, India got 38thrank out of 167 countries as per its democracy. The democracy of India is considered as"flawed democracy". This designation of the country exists in the Asian countries likeMalaysia, Thailand, Philippines, and Indonesia. India got strong positions and earnedhigh scores in the pluralism and process of electoral or various civil liberties categories.The overall status of the country is the largest democracy in the world, and the society ofthe country is considered very pluralistic and vibrant (Jadhav, 2012). The below-mentioned figure represents the outcome of India in some long-established democraciessuch as US and UK: (Kathuria, 2015)
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