FDI increased 60% in July.

By bne IntelliNews September 26, 2012
India's foreign direct investment (FDI) grew by around 60% registering USD 1.76bn in July this year. As reported by Press Trust of India, the FDI inflows decreased to USD 6.18bn during April-July, as compared to USD 14.6bn posted during the same period last year. The services, pharmaceuticals, construction and power sectors received the highest FDI inflows during the period.

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