FDI Increases 15% To $30Bn: Govt. Data

  • According to the data released by the Department of Promotion of Industry & Internal Trade (DPIIT), the inflow of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in India has increased by 15% to $30Bn in the first half of the current Financial Year 2020-21.

  • The first half of the financial year corresponds to the April-September period.

  • In July only, the country had attracted $17.5Bn worth of FDI.

  • The computer software and hardware sector received $17.55Bn in the form of FDI, the service sector attracted $2.25Bn and the trading sector attracted $949Mn.

  • Singapore emerged as the largest investor by investing $8.3Bn in the country.


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