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What is FII and its role in the indian economy

Tags: fii, education, indian economy
Asked by sidharth shankar, 20 Dec '09 07:12 pm
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Converting Bulk of Black money of Politicians, bureaucrats, Industrialists into White money....
Answered by KishoreMalhotra Chitrasahgal, 20 Dec '09 07:20 pm

 
  
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I think it is Foreign Investment institute...they invest money in our market and they are most selfish and timid investors if any thing happen they start there disinvestment to break our economy or start investing in our market
Answered by Gaurav vyas, 20 Dec '09 07:15 pm

 
  
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Foreign Institutional Investment -
There are two broad ways in which the foreign institutional investors may enter the Indian financial market - as an incorporated entity or an unincorporated Entity. Foreign investing firms entering as incorporated entities need to abide by certain rules. They need to enter as a company as per the Companies Act,1956.
The incorporation can occur either through joint ventures or as wholly owned subsidiaries . Foreign equity investment in these companies can reach up to 100%. Investment is subject to the set equity caps as directed by the Foreign Direct Investment Policy of India.
As an Unincorporated Entity, a foreign investment company can operate through its Liaison Office, Branch Office or Project Office. Investment activities undertaken by these offices need to be under India's Foreign Exchange Management Regulations,2000.
A resurgent India with opportunities galore has attracted Foreign Institutional Investment in an increasing amount. Foreign ...more
Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 20 Dec '09 07:15 pm

 
  
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