Why The Brouhaha Over India’s New FDI Policy For Retail?

Foreign direct investment (FDI) in the retail sector has been at the epicentre of national debate. Much has been said on India possibly losing out on investment by sending a wrong policy signal. But do we really need to get so worked up?

Considering the anticipated level of inflows on account of FDI in retail, there may not be much reason to worry. During 2000, India attracted significantly lower FDI ($3.5 billion) than many other South-East Asian countries, such as South Korea ($10. 5 billion),Thailand ($6 billion) and Malaysia ($5 billion).

Read Here – IndoAsiancommodities.com

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