Tag Archives: FDI

Builders Lobby Chief Welcomes FDI in Real Estate

Following the Indian government’s recent relaxation of FDI norms in the res estate segment allowing foreign investments, Indian builders welcomed the move describing it as encouraging gesture for new investors from across the world. Raheja Developers said it has made changes in their several existing business policies just to ensure the benefit of investors. "There is a requirement of 11 ...

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Modi invites ASEAN to invest in India in ‘new environment’ now 

Wooing the 10-member ASEAN bloc to increase its economic engagement with India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday said his government has embarked on a “new economic journey” and places equal emphasis on ease of doing business in India as well as on making policies attractive. In his maiden speech at the ASEAN-India Summit here, Modi said his government was laying ...

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Narendra Modi Japan Visit: More Hype About Elusive Nuclear Deal as Ever

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s flight touched down at Kyoto, Japan’s old capital, on Saturday to open up warm and friendly ties between the two giants in Asia, which remained dormant since India’s independence in 1947, coupled with Japan’s defeat in World War Two in 1945. Moving over from war period relations centred around Indian leader Subhas Chandra Bose to ...

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Rs 2126-cr worth18 FDI proposals approved

Based on the recommendations of Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) in its meeting held on November 15, 2011, the Indian government has approved 18 Proposals of Foreign Direct Investment amounting to ` 2126.20 crore approximately. In addition, one proposal viz (i) M/s Unitech Wireless (TN) Pvt. Ltd., amounting to ` 8250 crore, has been recommended for consideration of Cabinet Committee ...

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