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Invest India Policies & Opportunities

FDI is prohibited Gambling, betting, lottery Retail Trade Agriculture Plantation, except tea plantation Prior Government approval required in the six sectors under compulsory licensing, purchase of shares in an existing Company and having previous joint venture require Government approval. In/ and facilitate implementation; Last meeting with French investors on 6.10.2003 ‘FDI In India- Policies and Procedures’ Also available in Spanish, German, French & Italian. An Empowered Sub-Committee of the National/


Top Primary Energy Consuming Countries 2005

170 Aviation Fuel Stations 126 Retail Outlets 37953 LPG Distributors 9366 SKO/LDO Dealers 6614 IndianOil, through strategic mergers and acquisitions, has strengthened its leadership position in the downstream oil sector in India. The IndianOil group accounts for/20 billion in exploration / refining / pipelines / terminals /infrastructure etc. FDI Policy Exploration Refining Marketing Petroleum Pipelines Up to 100% FDI: Automatic route through Competitive bidding Refining Up to 100% FDI Up to 49% FDI: if /


DOING BUSINESS IN INDIA May 2008 © Indo-Italian Chamber of Commerce & Industry.

the Government approval through the Foreign Investment Promotion Board. Investing in India Regulations 3 Business Presence in India The Options You may set up a business presence in India using any one of the following options:  Liaison/Representative Office/is looking at a trading operation, FDI in a ‘trading’ operation is not freely permitted.  FDI in retail trading is not allowed, except for ‘single-brand’ retailing. This policy is likely to be further liberalized in future.  Investment upto 100%/


Business overview Retail Equity

Business overview Retail Equity FDI in retail sector We all know that FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) has been agreed in India in Retail Sector. We may be excited that Companies like WALMART will operate their Retail Business In India. We discuss so much on this but what is their for us ? We also know that Reliance, Tata, Mahindra and all such big companies, pioneer in their respective fields are now in Retail Sector and all in big/


Investissements en Inde : Quelles opportunités et contraintes ?

Identity Guidelines for PPT Presentation Visual Identity Guidelines for PPT Presentation FDI IN INDIA FDI is permitted in most sectors through the ‘Automatic Route’ except in: - atomic energy - gambling & betting - tobacco & - retail trading (except for single-branded product) Global incoming FDI in India: FY 2006-07: USD 17 billion (USD 2.8 billion in 1996-97) Visual Identity Guidelines for PPT Presentation FDI POLICY AND PROCEDURE Visual Identity Guidelines for PPT Presentation/


India : The Investment Destination

India accounts for 5.5% of global FDI in terms of value and 6.3% in terms of projects2 India is the fourth most attractive location for FDI for 2014-2016 as per UNCTAD Report 2014 India ranks 2nd Most Promising Country for Overseas Business Operations in the Medium Term4; India/billion) Exports projected to grow at 24% pa in next five years. Domestic market expected to double in next five years. Investment opportunities Residential, retail, commercial and hospitality sectors Technologies and solutions for /


Dr. Ajit Singh Associate Professor Dept. of Commerce Govt. Postgraduate College, Ambala Cantt (INDIA)

Dr. Ajit Singh Associate Professor Dept. of Commerce Govt. Postgraduate College, Ambala Cantt (INDIA) Introduction  Retailing in India is one of the pillars of its economy (14-15 % of GDP).  Indian retail market is one of the top 5 retail markets in the world by economic value.  Opening up of FDI in retail sector led to debate: roll-out red carpet for welcome or red signal to stop.  Requires thorough study/


Pricing and Investments in Oil & Gas sector 1.  Historically, oil prices in India were controlled by Government through cross subsidy & pool operation.

the automatic route and up to 49% in government-owned ones. ♦ 100% FDI is also granted in cases of petroleum products, gas pipelines, exploration, and marketing or retail via the automatic route. ♦ With NELP (New Exploration Licensing Policy) it has helped encourage further explorations for oil and gas reserves in India. 31 Investment in Oil Sector- FDI Norms Activity% of FDI Cap/Equity Entry Route Exploration activities of oil/


India’s Chance to Fly Source: The Economist.

same period last year Liberalized Foreign Direct Investment in key sectors 100% FDI in single-brand retail 49% under automatic route Beyond 49% under Government approval route 100% FDI permitted in Telecom Sector 49% under automatic route Beyond 49% under Government approval route 100% FDI permitted in Asset Reconstruction Companies 49% under automatic route Beyond 49% under Government approval route India as an Investment Destination UNCTAD’s World Investment/


Globalization and the Financial Crisis in Southeast Asia

Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore The New Tigers: Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines FDI from Japan after 1985 Plaza Accord Results: around 10% of growth (1986-95) What /very much Source: ECB, Haver, DB Global Markets Research 157 Consumers retrenching Retail sales plunge as surging food and energy prices tax consumers Source: Haver, /in China. India is at the center of the debate on offshore outsourcing. Dynamism of the IT sector in India contributed to high growth in the last years. But India/


Foreign Entities – Setting up of office in India

Accountants Luthra & Luthra, Chartered Accountants FDI in India Permitted Forms of Entities With Profit Motive As a foreign company Liaison Office / Representative Office Project Office Branch Office As an entity incorporated in India Joint Venture Wholly Owned Subsidiary LLP Without/ project As compared to LO, wider scope of activities can be undertaken Cannot undertake manufacturing and retail trading however , it can render professional/ consultancy services Post set up, expanding scope of operations/


This document has been prepared by IDBI Bank Limited (“Company”/ “Issuer”). The information contained in this document has not been independently verified.

Improving Debt Profile, Strong FDI Inflows And Healthy Foreign Exchange Reserves Foreign exchange reserves remain at robust levels 2 Net foreign direct investments (FDI) (USD Bn.) Foreign exchange reserves (USD Bn.) India Macroeconomic OverviewIndia Macroeconomic Overview ▪/ financial institution (2011) … & Under-penetration in Retail Segments 1 % of age 15+ with loan from a financial institution in the past year (2011) Rising Income Levels to Help Drive Growth 2 India’s Nominal GDP Per Capita (INR ‘000s)/


1 GLOSSARY. 2 Gross Domestic Product Total money value of all final goods & services manufactured within the country in one year. Annual value of goods.

scarce capital, technology and managerial expertise  FDI creates jobs  FDI barred at present in retail trading except single brand product retailingFDI restricted to 26% in print media relating to news and current affairs  FDI restricted to 26% in insurance and defence 17 Foreign Institutional Investor (FII)  FII means an entity established or incorporated outside India which proposes to make investment in the financial markets in India  FII is not stable money  Unlike/


1. This document has been prepared by IDBI Bank Limited (“Company”/ “Issuer”). The information contained in this document has not been independently verified.

all countries (Updated as on June 04, 2015) AT Kearney FDI Confidence Index, 2015 FDI has posted healthy growth for over a decade 3 India is an attractive destination for FDI 4 Increasing integration with global economy 3 Diversification of Export Destinations 3/ a formal financial institution (2014) … & Under-penetration in Retail Segments 2 % of age 15+ with loan from a financial institution in the past year (2014) Rising Income Levels to Help Drive Growth 3 India’s Nominal GDP Per Capita (INR ‘000s) 11.2/


INDIA UNDERSTANDING THE ETHICS & BUSINESS. India would emerge as the third largest recipient of FDI (UNCTAD World Investment Report ) FDI inflows doubled.

increased from an average 21.6% during 2000-03 to 71.6% in 2008 Consolidated FDI Policy announced in March 2010 DIPP has released discussion papers on areas like FDI in defense, FDI in multi brand retail, FDI in Limited Liability Partnerships, Foreign / Technical Collaborations in case of Existing Ventures / Tie-ups in India. Stakeholder consultations are currently going on India….a promising investment destination PRO INVESTMENT ENVIRONMENT Government taking all steps to improve/


A Discussion on FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) Week end discussion on 18-07-2011 by CA.N.S.Sivakumar,B.Com.,F.C.A.,Grad.C.W.A NSS & Associates Chartered.

Industry and the limit upto which FDI is permitted.Say, –in software Sector, 100% is allowed. –In single brand retail, 51%is allowed –In Telecom, 74% is allowed Repatriation Basis – means taking back the money invested in India Who Can Invest? A non-resident entity (other than a citizen of Pakistan or an entity incorporated in Pakistan) can invest in India, subject to the FDI Policy. A citizen of Bangladesh or/


Realty India The most powerful media platform Reach out to Gulf NRIs investing in real-estate.

of real-estate in the GDP would be supported by rising industrial activity, improving income levels and urbanisation Huge Market With India becoming the fastest growing economy in the world, the demand for housing, commercial and retail space is / There are growth policies such as 100 per cent FDI in real- estate projects within Special Economic Zones, 100 per cent FDI in developing townships within SEZs Climate for Investment Fall in housing loan interests, enhanced budgetary provision for housing schemes/


FDI in Indian Retail. Agenda Indian Retail – An overview Types of Retailers FDI Policy in India Opportunities Threats Conclusions.

FDI in Indian Retail Agenda Indian Retail – An overview Types of Retailers FDI Policy in India Opportunities Threats Conclusions Types  Single Brand Retail – 51% FDI is allowed from 2006  Organized retail has grown from USD 2 Bilion in 2002 to USD 37 Biln today in a total of USD 350 Bn Based on Brand Single BrandMulti-Brand Based on Ownership OrganizedUnorganized FDI Policy in India Single Brand – 51 % Wholesale trading (Cash & Carry) – 100% Multi-brand – Not allowed/


 Everyday needs at cheap price.  Development of Retail & Supply chain Infrastructure.  New Jobs May be created (but loss of jobs in unorganised sector)

US $. So around 17.5 Lakh crore will not be circulated inside India and shared by tens and thousands of people, if we open this FDI flood gate  Special teams of Foreign Retail Corporate Companies in every country will import cheapest product, so we can benefit of having/years to come according to Morgan Stanley.  So allowing FDI in this sector, it will help us to control inflation, (but I’m not ready to loose that Gandhi Ji, got me)  India should be ready to take aggressive step towards developing Supply /


BY ARPITA MUKHERJEE DEBOSHREE GHOSH FDI and Women Employment in India 1 Organized by: Institute of Social Studies Trust (ISST) in association with the.

link to women employment Sector wise FDI in India 8 Source : DIPP, 2012 State wise distribution of FDI in India (%) 9 Source : DIPP, 2012 Urban Women Employment(2009-10) in States with High FDI Inflows (%) 10 Source : NSSO, 2009-2010 Many other factors (culture, education, government policy, etc.) determine women employment other than FDI Sectors that attract women employment Direct Selling: A New Retail Format 11 Size : The size of/


New Delhi | Mumbai | Bangalore LEVERAGE YOUR STATUS QUO FRANCHISE KNOWLEDGE SERIES : FRANCHISE INDIA 2013 By Aparna Mittal Partner Corporate / M&A / Franchise.

on industrial sector (hotel, food, retail etc). Upto 100% FDI, under the automatic route, in wholesale trading (with conditions) Upto 49% FDI, under the automatic route, in single brand retailing (with conditions) Upto 51% FDI, under the approval route, in single brand retailing (with conditions) Upto 100% FDI, under the approval route, in single brand retailing (with additional conditions) Upto 51% FDI, under the approval route, in multi brand retailing (with conditions) www.luthra.com/


Foreign Investment In INDIA. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) What is FDI Why we need FDI Process of the Inflow of FDI Benefits Types Advantages.

Retail US$ 20 Billion by 2010 FDI inflows in Mining US$ 2,5 Billion per N.M. FDI inflows in Telecommunication US$ 24 Billion Major Investments CompaniesSectorInvestment Wal mart,MarksRetailUS$ 10 Billion Intel Corp.I.TUS$ 40 Billion British & cairnOil & EnergyUS$ 2 Billion Essar powerPower sectorUS$ 2 Billion ToyotaAutomobileUS$ 10.51 Billion PanasonicTelecommunicatio n US$ 200 million What is an FII?? An institution established outside India/


Regulatory Framework in Petroleum & Natural Gas Sector Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board L. Mansingh, Chairperson Energy Conclave – 2010, IIT.

in the US through Acts of Congress Statutory Independent Regulators set up in the US through Acts of Congress In India, This Development Linked to Process of Liberalisation for In India, This Development Linked to Process of Liberalisation for – Providing level playing field – Promoting Investment / FDI/common carrier basis Specifying market service and retail service obligations to protect consumers’ interests Specifying market service and retail service obligations to protect consumers’ interests Fostering/


Presented by:- Cherry Bansal Managing Partner Managing Partner D.K. Bansal & Co., Chartered Accountants Foreign Entities – Setting up of office in India.

sources of FDI  Mauritius,  Singapore,  US and  UK.  This presentation is about understanding the way Foreign Companies can set up their offices in India so as to mine the existent business potential. D.K. Bansal & Co., Chartered Accountants FDI in India Permitted Forms /project  As compared to LO, wider scope of activities can be undertaken  Cannot undertake manufacturi ng and retail trading however, it can render professional/ consultancy services  Post set up, expanding scope of operations may /


© LawQuest 2012. All Rights are Reserved. 1 An Overview on Doing Business in India An Overview - Foreign Direct Investment in India by Poorvi Chothani,

Overview on Doing Business in India Investment Scenario for FDI Inflows into India Investments in India in February 2012 (data released by DIPP ) in US$ from: Mauritius US$ 507 million Singapore US$ 763 million JapanUS$ 115 million In Feb 2012, 22 foreign/but in accordance with Companies Act, 1956/SEBI(ICDR) Regulations, 2009, etc. © LawQuest 2012. All Rights are Reserved. 8 An Overview on Doing Business in India Prohibition on Investment in India Retail Trading (except single brand product retailing, /


McKinsey Global Institute LAN-ZZV476-20060302-17254-ZZV CONFIDENTIAL FDI and Technology Absorption Jaana Remes McKinsey Global Institute This report is.

productive than Maruti mainly due to lower scale and utilization Increased automation, innovations in OFT and supplier- related initiatives Improve- ments at Maruti Auto India IN INDIAN AUTO SECTOR, LARGEST FDI IMPACT CAME THROUGH INCREASED COMPETITION LAN-ZZV476-20060302-17254-ZZV 7 IN MEXICAN FOOD RETAIL, WALMART ENTRY LED OTHERS TO IMPROVE SUPPLY CHAIN EFFICIENCY *Share of total sales distributed through centers not updated Source:Annual/


Master Circular dated July 01, 2011 issued by RBI vis-à-vis Consolidated FDI Policy Circular 1 of 2011 dated March 31, 2011 Master Circular – Foreign Direct.

of shares from NRI to NR or NR to NRI requires the prior approval of the Reserve Bank of India. Not contemplated in FDI Policy. 2. Para 2 of Part II of Master Circular: Foreign investments under Portfolio Investment Scheme: FIIs/pre-incorporation expenses have same meaning as accepted in accounting parlance. 4. FDI in retail trade of Single Brand products permitted from foreign investor who is not owner (but franchises) of the international brand? Response: In the past DIPP has rejected cases where foreign /


Foreign Investment in India & Compounding Some Issues for consideration By Neeta Behramfram RBI, New Delhi.

aspects. These generally follow the changes made in the FDI policy or the procedural changes to be brought in. FDI Policy Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in India is governed by the FDI Policy announced by the Government of India and the provisions of FEMA) 1999. /Issues for clarification Investment under Schedule 4 Whether an NRI, under Sch. 4 of FEMA 20, can invest in Multiple Brand Retail trading, Lottery, Gambling/Betting etc. as well ? Whether any reporting / compliances requirements under Sch. 4 of/


Jan 2013.

-government protests, Human Rights Watch (HRW) . Walmart, Tesco seek assurance on non-reversal of FDI policy Global retailers like Walmart and Tesco have sought assurance from India that any change of governments at both centre and states should not result in reversal of FDI policy in multi-brand segment, before taking investment decisions in the country. ANALYTICAL DECISION MAKING SUBMITTED BY: ( SECTION-A, GROUP-6 ) AKSHIKA BOURA/


Contribution of retail to the Indian economic Environment.

distances for specialty item.  1997-4%  In 10 th plan(2002-2007) GDP GROWTH -8% FDI LEVELS IN 2001-2002-$3.9 BILLION 2002-2007---$8 BILLION  In most parts of the world, a flea market –/ machines. At present, it is not very common in India.  1.Store based retailing  (A)On the form of ownership  (B) Merchandise Offered  2.Non store based retailing  3.Service retailing  Form of ownership  Independent Retailer  Chain Retailer  Franchise  Leased departments  Consumer Cooperatives  Merchandise/


Practising Law Institute - Outlook on India 2010: Delivering on the Promise in Turbulent Times Real Estate Mohit Saraf Senior Partner Luthra & Luthra Law.

level infrastructure, townships. 8 Overview of Foreign Direct Investment Under Press Note 2 (2005 Series), FDI in townships, housing, built-up infrastructure and construction development projects including, inter alia, commercial premises, /in retail investment. This is mainly because high property prices and the complexities of acquiring property make it difficult for smaller investors to directly invest in property. REMFs and REITs would greatly simplify this process. The legal framework for REMFs in India/


Spink Marketing Consultants Source Data from Technopak, McKinsey Private & Confidential Retail Reflections… By Bela Gupta Prelude: A Retail Story Global.

world at large, to use it as a business hub. A ‘Vibrant Economy’, India tops A T Kearney’s list of emerging markets for global retailers for the 3rd consecutive year in terms of Investments. India is rated among the top 10 FDI destinations. India received $20.13 billion as foreign direct investment in April-February 2007-08, up 70 per cent from $11.88 billion that/


. THE INDIA GROWTH STORY. Total Population - 1.18 Billion, Second in the world, one of the youngest population: 54% below 25 years 350 million strong.

income among young India driving organized retail business Real Estate Scenario In India REFORMS REQUIRED Growing market for all segments Housing shortage of 24.7 million dwellings at the beginning of 11 th five year plan. Growing urban population which is currently 29% expected to grow with huge rural to urban migration Organized retail just 4% of the overall market FDI in Real estate especially in retail presents a/


FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI)- POLICY CHANGES September 2012 1 Preliminary & tentative – Not for circulation For discussions only.

Summary of key changes1 FDI in Civil Aviation2 FDI in MBRT3-4 FDI in SBRT5 FDI in Broadcasting sector6-7 FDI in Power Trading Exchanges8 TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 Preliminary & tentative – Not for circulation For discussions only KEY CHANGES FDI in Civil Aviation sector allowed upto 49 percent FDI in Multi-brand product retail trading (MBRT) allowed upto 51 percent Amendment of conditions in the policy on FDI in Single-brand product retail trading (SBRT) FDI in Broadcasting sector increased from/


Doing Business in Brazil Brazil: Country Highlights  Brazil has the largest economy in South America  Brazil, along with India & China has highest.

Brazil has the largest economy in South America  Brazil, along with India & China has highest rates of growth  Since 2000 Brazil accounts for 52% of FDI into South America, the 2 nd largest FDI receiver  In 2002 Brazil had the 12 /Retailing  Brazil has a sophisticated retail sector with self service type stores and giant retailers like Wal-Mart & Carrefour etc.  FDI in retail sector was $1.6 billion in 2001  Brazil’s retailing sector is no par with US and Europe  Opportunity exists in food retailing/


YOUR GATEWAY TO INDIAN JEWELLERY MARKET. Indian Jewellery Indicators Tap into a huge market – India is a US$ 27.5 billion Jewellery market India’s Jewellery.

DIRECT INVESTMENT POLICY 100 per cent FDI allowed in gems and jewellery through the automatic route. 74% FDI allowed for exploration and mining of diamonds and precious stones under the automatic route. 100 % FDI allowed for exploration and mining of/House, Indian Gem & Jewellery Imperial, Indian Gem & Jewellery Creation. Most of the manufacturers in Kolkata have their retail outlets. E.g Shree Ganesh has 9 retail outlets in India. Retail sector is very robust with player like P C Chandra, B C Sen, M P /


Contents 1 What we have done Discussion of case studies 2

Capital region Korea: Jeolla Korea: Gangwon Korea: Jeju United States China India Japan Germany UK France Russia Brazil Italy Indonesia South Korea Mexico Canada /FDI to Sweden to enhance Swedish competitiveness 70 employees in 6 countries Annual funding of SEK 78m (€8m), 77% of which is direct from government International sales function specialises across industry and services: Industry: Automotive, Cleantech, ICT; Life sciences; Packaging Services: Contact centres, Financial services, Logistics, Retail/


Global best practice in productivity improvement – lessons for Northern Ireland May 2009.

Denmark Cyprus Chile Switzerland Belgium Portugal Spain Uruguay United States China India Japan Germany UK France Russia All French regions All other /FDI to Sweden to enhance Swedish competitiveness ▪ 70 employees in 6 countries ▪ Annual funding of SEK 78m (€8m), 77% of which is direct from government ▪ International sales function specialises across industry and services: – Industry: Automotive, Cleantech, ICT; Life sciences; Packaging – Services: Contact centres, Financial services, Logistics, Retail/


FOREIGN INVESTMENT PROMOTION BOARD (FIPB). INTRODUCTION -National agency of Government of India -recommend (FDI) which does not come under the automatic.

FIPB Objective-promote inflow of FDI into India CURENT FDI POLICY (2015) INTRODUCTION Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in India is undertaken in accordance with  FDI Policy which is formulated and announced by the Government of India  Foreign Exchange Management Regulation/Service/Activity %age of capRoute Telecom 100% Automatic <49% Govt. <49% Multi Brand Product 51% Government Government Retailing Asset Reconstruction Comp 100% paid up capital Automatic <49% (ARC) of ARC Govt.>49%<74% Banking 74% /


The Proposed EU India FTA and Effect on Vulnerable Groups in India: Some Issues Ranja Sengupta Centre for Trade and Development (Centad), New Delhi, India.

2008) EU-India FTA and Concerns about Poverty Better to have larger spread of new jobs ECORYS (2008) projects decline in poverty Benefits to services sector employees and textile and garments, leather, and from investment Losses to agriculture ( 80% or 290 million small- landless), dairy, fisheries, retail, maybe leather lower value chain (export tariff) 10% sensitive list Skill Biased FTA FDI in skill intensive sectors/


Investment Opportunities in India.  BM Fiscal Point Advisors Pvt Ltd is a JV of two, successfully running Wealth Management Companies in India.  The.

has helped stabilize the Rupee Few more ‘seeds’....that will bear fruit in due course FDI in Multi-brand retail, Aviation, Insurance......more FDI to follow. Can potentially bring in large scale investments Land Acquisition and Real Estate Bill expected to bring one of India’s largest ‘grey’ industry under regulation Stalled Infra projects put in fast track, Large scale Infra investments on cards New bank licenses- To/


Www.deepanilassociates.com.  Foreign Investment in India-Legal Provisions…………..3  Types of Foreign Investment…………………………………..4  Capital Account Transactions…………………………………5.

Foreign Investments  Immovable Properties in India www.deepanilassociates.com 9 10 Section I of Master Circular- Foreign Investment in India dated 2 nd July, 2012. Undertaken in accordance with FDI Policy formulated and announced by Government of India- Consolidated FDI Policy dated 10 th / Industry (26%) Print Media Broadcasting Single Brand Retail The foreign investor or the Indian company does not require any approval from the Reserve Bank or Government of India for the investment. Some are: E-commerce /


Om Sakthi Indian Economic Perspective. Om Sakthi Overview Economics Factors of Production Enterprise Equity Market Foreign (In-) Direct Investment Market.

) – Pollution Control and Management (100% under automatic route) – Call centers in India (100% subject to certain conditions) – Business Process Outsourcing (100% subject to certain conditions) http://madaan.com/sectors.html Om Sakthi FDI/FII FDI is prohibited under the Government Route as well as the Automatic Route in the following – i) Retail Trading (except single brand product retailing) – ii) Atomic Energy – iii) Lottery Business – iv) Gambling and/


SHANKARLAL JAIN & ASSOCIATES CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS 12, ENGINEER BUILDING, 265, PRINCESS STREET, MUMBAI – 400 002.INDIA. Doing Business in A Presentation.

Chartered Accountants Doing Business in India BASIC FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT STATISTICS (cont…) FDI by Sector : FDI by Sector : Rank FDI ProjectsNo. of Jobs Created Value of FDI (in Us $ Million) 20102011 Increase / (Decrease) 20102011 Increase / (Decrease) 20102011 Increase/ (Decrease) Infrastructure193689.5%1,834722,13720.7%2,877.33,110.88.1% Automotive617827.9%34,10940,51818.8%5,629.57,358.030.7% Retail and Consumer Products 688930/


IFFCO - A SUCCESSFUL COOPERATIVE IN INDIA AND BEYOND

AND FOOD ADDITIVES SPICES GOVT. SCHEMES FOR FDI’s IN RETAILING UNTIL 2011, FDI IN MULTI-BRAND RETAIL IN INDIA WAS PROHIBITED, EVEN SINGLE BRAND RETAIL WAS LIMITED TO 51% OWNERSHIP. IN JANUARY, 2012 GOVT. OF INDIA APPROVED 100% OWNERSHIP FOR SINGLE BRAND STORES WELCOMING ANYONE IN WORLD TO INNOVATE IN INDIAN RETAIL MARKET PROVIDED RETAILERS SOURCE 30% OF ITS GOODS FROM INDIA. IN SEPTEMBER, 2012 GOVT. OF INDIA OPENS FDI IN MULTI-BRAND RETAIL TRADING UPTO 51%, SUBJECT TO APPROVAL/


India Your Next Investment and Business Destination (A Macroeconomic Perspective)

primarily agriculture based. 100% FDI in most sectors has seen Pepsi, Coke, Shell, Ford, GM, Suzuki., Toyota, Amex, Citibank, GE, Microsoft, Pfizer, Novartis, GSK, Merck operation in India (availability of world class products) A new India is transiting from a third world/$ 15 billion by 2010 There are 12 million retail outlets in India out of which 9 lakh are in the organized sector. Retail will grow by 40% by 2008 Drivers for growth Retail sales in Indias consumer goods market are expected to grow to $400/


FDI POLICY IN INDIA. EVOLUTION OF FDI POLICY Economic reforms embarked upon by the Government of India since mid-1991 FDI policy liberalized progressively,

, by inviting suggestions on various aspects of FDI policy, including sectoral policies Discussion papers released for stakeholder comments: FDI in retail sector FDI in defence sector Approval of foreign/ technical collaborations in case of existing ventures/ tie-ups in India Issue of shares for considerations other than cash FDI in Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) STREAMLINING THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT Concerted efforts, in partnership with various State Government and Business Associations/


New Delhi | Mumbai | Bangalore IF YOU ARE IN THE MARKET – YOU NEED TO GROW: RETAIL SUMMIT, FRANCHISE INDIA 2012 By Aparna Mittal Partner Corporate / M&A.

3 © Luthra & Luthra Law Offices ESTABLISHING PRESENCE IN INDIA  Foreign Direct Investment Policy Automatic Route vs Approval Route. Sectoral Caps – Depending on industrial sector (hotel, food, retail etc). Upto 100% FDI, under the automatic route, in wholesale trading (with conditions). Upto 100% FDI, under the approval route, in single brand retailing (with conditions). Upto 100% FDI, under the approval route, in multi brand retailing (with conditions). www.luthra.com 4 GROWTH/


Certification by Professionals. Chartered Accountant/ Statutory Auditor...1/6 FDI 1. Reporting of issue of shares - Form FC-GPR/ FC-TRS A certificate.

Office, Central Office Building, Shahid Bhagat Singh Road, Mumbai 400001. 6. Multi Brand Retail Trading In respect of proposals involving FDI beyond 51%, sourcing of 30% of the value of goods purchased, will be done from India, preferably from MSMEs, village and cottage industries, artisans and craftsmen in all sectors. The quantum of domestic sourcing will be self-certified by the company, to be subsequently/


DGFT defines e-Commerce for Merchandise Export India Scheme Customer Care No. 91-11-45562222 www.taxmann.com.

Sahai Endlaw, while dealing with the petition by the All India Footwear Manufacturers and Retailers Association (AIFMRA) for seeking the clarity on FDI norms for Online Market, created confusion around the e-commerce market and FDI Policy in India 3. 3 There has been a never ending debate going on with respect to the e-commerce space in India. The e-commerce players are exempt from various taxes/


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