Madanjit Kumar Singh
India’s regulatory framework has gradually become more enabling than restricting for investors since the LPG Policy in 1991. With the implementation of liberalization, privatization and globalization (LPG) reforms, India has certainly emerged as a gorgeous destination for foreign investments. However, investment remains insufficient to satisfy India’s massive needs. Certain factors as bureaucratic delays in business approvals, multiplicity of procedures and laws, policy and legal constraints, structural constraints, are existing that do not allow us to utilize the true potential of FDI. An investor still has got to undergo plenty of time consuming and sophisticated procedures that act as a disincentive for him to invest in Indian markets. The paper will make a comprehensive review of the regulations and procedures required for an investment in India and lengthen the lacuna of this system. It’ll also suggest steps for improving its performance in problematic areas which in turn will benefit India in fetching more and more of FDI as this policy framework of Foreign Direct Investment Outflows in India revealed the government’s intentions to nurture and support the event of Indian companies‟ investments abroad by creation of Foreign Investment Facilitation Portal to minimize the hurdles and maximizing the benefits of FDI.
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Unique Paper ID: 157607

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 7

Page(s): 914 - 918
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