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FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FLOWS TO INDIA - DEC 2018


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March 12, 2019, 3:56 p.m.

 

APPENDIX TABLE 9: FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FLOWS TO INDIA:
 (US$ million)                                                                                                                                                                                   *:till  december, 2018
Source/ Industry 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18  2018-19*
Total FDI 16,054 24,748 36,068 36,317 37,366 33490
Country-Wise Inflows  
Mauritius 3,695 5,878 7,452 13,383 13,415                        6,023
Singapore 4,415 5,137 12,479 6,529 9,273                      12,976
Netherlands 1,157 2,154 2,330 3,234 2,677                        2,951
USA 617 1,981 4,124 2,138 1,973                        2,342
Japan 1,795 2,019 1,818 4,237 1,313                        2,211
Cayman Islands 25 72 440 49 1,140                            840
Germany 650 942 927 845 1,095                            598
Hong Kong 85 325 344 134 1,044                            540
United Kingdom 111 1,891 842 1,301 716                        1,056
Switzerland 356 292 195 502 506                            512
UAE 239 327 961 645 408                            299
France 229 347 392 487 403                            356
China 121 505 461 198 350  
Italy 185 167 279 364 308  
South Korea 189 138 241 466 293  
Cyprus 546 737 488 282 290                            288
Canada 11 153 52 32 274  
Others 1,626 1,682 2,243 1,490 1,889                        2,498

 

Year Growth Rate %
2009 3.09
2010 7.86
2011 8.5
2012 5.24
2013 5.46
2014 6.39
2015 7.41
2016 8.15
2017 7.11
2018 6.68

 

The traditional investors in the Indian Economy are Mauritius & Singapore. Both of whom recognized the enormous Potential in the Indian Economy corresponding to the advanced macro variables. Mauritius increased their FDI by 20% YoY in 2015 and 80% YoY in 2016. Singapore increased their FDI into Indian Economy 150% YoY in 2015.

Netherlands is a unique investor as it has investments in all the major emerging economies of the world and although it raises investments with solid macro variables, but it never withdraws from the economy with the pace other investors do when the economies outlook isn’t promising enough. Netherlands still is a major investor in Turkey & China apart from India despite of its problems. It basically places more weight on fundamental and macro parameters than an immediate crisis.

Also, US and Japan have opportunistic investors. US investors more than doubled their investments YoY in 2015 seeing the positive outlook of Indian economy. Similarly, Japan increased its FDI by 120% almost YoY in 2016

Now, Mauritius stepping up scrutiny over investments would cause loss of the largest investor into indian economy.



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