FDI increased 41% to USD 22.5bn during January-September.

By bne IntelliNews November 28, 2011
The Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in India increased 41% to USD 22.5bn during the first nine months of this year, as compared to USD 15.97bn posted during the same period last year. As reported by Asia in Focus, the sectors that secured maximum FDI attraction during the period were services (financial and non- financial), telecom, housing and real estate, and construction and power. The major investors during the period were Mauritius, Singapore, the US, the UK, the Netherlands, Japan, Germany and the UAE.
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