TREND AND ROLE OF FDI IN INDIA: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION
Over the last few decades Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) has been highly as one of the key instrument of attracting International Economic Integration in any Economy. It helps in transferring of financial resources, technology along with improved management techniques. It has generated enormous benefits to the host country’s growth and development. Most countries, especially the developing countries, consider FDI as an important channel for improving resources for economic development. Within few past decades, there has been a dramatic increase in FDI worldwide. This paper makes an in-depth study to analyse the scenario of FDI in indian economy for the year 2012-13.The paper tries to study the the trend and pattern of flow of Fdi from 2000-2013. The data has been collected and tabulated from the year 2000-2013 to analyse and find out the degree of correlation and relationship between FDI and GDP in manufacturing sector.
JEL Classification: F210
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