FDI Roadmap in India
India has recently emerged as a significant FDI worldwide hub. India was one of the top three international destinations for FDI, and nearly 80% of the global respondents planned to make investments there. Additionally, India has recently lowered company taxes dramatically and streamlined its labour rules. The nation has also loosened its FDI limitations, which have gone from 0.42 to 0.21 over the past 16 years.
In terms of both short- and long-term possibilities, India has continued to be a desirable market for foreign investment. One of India's FDI sectors with the most promise is low-skill manufacturing. India has also improved its government's effectiveness. Its improvements in public sector efficiency are mostly attributable to reasonably stable state finances (despite difficulties brought on by COVID) and a positive attitude among Indian business stakeholders toward the funding and subsidies provided by the government to private companies. By 2025, India might be able to draw in FDI worth US$120–160 billion annually thanks to all of these factors.