Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is becoming more and more revolutionary and happening phenomenon across the globe. The FDI is giving new hope and height to the economy of the nations across the frontiers of the countries. It is adding extra pace of economic growth and sustainability in terms of capital, human skills, machineries and equipment. FDI is not only enriching the Balance of Payments (BOP) but at the same time helping the nations in establishing the social bonds with other nations. The recent approval made on March7’2008 by the Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India, clearing 18 FDI proposals worth Rs. 15.5326 billions indicate the seriousness and willingness of the Govt. of India to bring more financial resources through FDI. This research paper has attempted to find out the factors that may be responsible for attracting more and more foreign investors. Some light has also been thrown on the issues concerning the security of investment and the likely return on their investment (ROI)
FDI, IMF, OECD, In-bond FDI, Out-bond FDI
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Khan, M. S. (2009). Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) - destination India. Business Review, 4(1), 81-114. Retrieved from https://ir.iba.edu.pk/businessreview/vol4/iss1/5
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