As part of her US visit, Sitharaman is also meeting heads of various corporations to explore various investment potential and make in India initiatives.
Sitharaman said India will attract investments and have the purchasing power to demand the best of things from whoever produces it.
Nirmala Sithararam elucidated the intent of the country to be more inclusive in development and growth, Prahlad Singh said after his meeting with the Finance Minister in Boston.
New Delhi: Foreign direct investment (FDI) in India rose by 13 per cent – the sharpest pace in the last four fiscals – to a record of USD 49.97 billion in 2019-20, according to official data. The country had received FDI of USD 44.36 billion during April-March 2018-19. Foreign investments in the last fiscal grew […]
New Delhi: India needs foreign direct investments worth Rs 50 to 60 lakh crore and the money can be tapped mainly through infrastructure projects as well as MSME sector to accelerate the wheels of the COVID-hit economy, according to Union minister Nitin Gadkari. Emphasising that at this juncture Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is the need […]