Government approved 11 FDI proposals worth INR 182.78cr.

By bne IntelliNews October 12, 2011
The Indian government had approved 11 Foreign Direct investment (FDI) proposals worth INR 182.78cr. As reported by UNI (United News of India), the Finance Ministry stated that the government also recommended 3 proposals worth INR 2,000cr, INR 4,500cr and INR 1,638.40cr, that jointly amounted to INR 8,138.40cr to the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs.

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