A foreign company / non-resident entity can inter into India for expanding and undertaking its business to the Sector / Activities where the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is permitted. A non-resident entity can invest in India in almost all the sectors/activities except very few sectors/industries where FDI is prohibited. Depending upon its business needs, a foreign company can choose appropriate legal business structure for setting up of its business in India
The Government of India on yearly basis formulates a consolidated FDI Policy, with the intent and objective to promote FDI through a policy framework, which is transparent, predictable and simple and reduces regulatory burden.
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