FDI INFLOWS FROM SELECTED WESTERN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES TO INDIA: AN HISTORICAL AND ECONOMIC OUTLOOK

1S Rajagopal, Dr.S.Vigneswaran

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Abstract:

There is no second thought that without capital formation, no countries can grow in the long term. It is well observed that, underdeveloped and developing countries are either directly or indirectly depending upon the developed economies for capital to achieve sustainable economic growth. Hence these capital drought economies give red carpet welcome to Foreign Direct Investment. India is facing consistent economic growth with the technological and cultural changes due to the drastic inflow of FDI. This paper is an attempt to portray the historical and economic perspectives of FDI inflows from the countries France, United Kingdom, Germany and Netherland the leading countries investing in India and the study tries to project the FDI inflows also from these countries. To serve the purpose of the study uses data from the year 2001 to 2019 and applies appropriate statistical tools.

Keywords:

FDI, Western European countries, FDI inflow to India an Outlook, Special Economic Zones

Paper Details
Month5
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 8
Pages11635-11645