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    What is FDI?
    It brings private funds from overseas into products or services. The domestic company in which foreign currency is invested is usually being controlled by the investing foreign company. Foreign direct investment (FDI) plays an extraordinary and growing role in global business. It can provide a firm with new markets and marketing channels, cheaper production facilities, access to new technology, products, skills and financing.Impact of FDI on Retail Sector in India
    5th of December, 2012 was a history making day for India. The country witnessed one of the biggest debates in the lower house, Lok Sabha which is known as the House of People; a debate which is significant enough from the point of view of India's economic development.
    The debate finally took face of a voting wherein 254 members voted in favour of the government whereas 224 voted against the reform.
    FDI is Foreign Direct Investment wherein a company from some country invests in a company in another country or expands its branches in another country. It provides opportunities to the foreign companies to invest or make expansion plans in other countries where it finds a good consumer base and better incentives to expand its own market.
    Indian retail sector today is valued at $450 billion, and is increasing day by day due to its increasing middle class population and their spending power
    The minimum amount to be brought in, as FDI, by the foreign investor would be USD 100 million (roughly Rs.550 crore). At least 50 per cent of this amount would be invested in back-end infrastructure that includes processing, manufacturing, distribution, design improvement, quality control, packaging, logistics, storage, ware-house, agricultural market produce infrastructure, etc
    There are innumerable local grocery stores in India that have been operational for generations in some cases. These family owned establishments have a stronghold in their vicinity and are highly dependent on their geographical whereabouts for sustainability. According to the Confederation of All India Traders, the number of these small commercial developments (kiranas or general stores) is estimated to be 50 million. The likely population that is dependent on these businesses for their livelihoods is expected to be 220 million.
    One day when this FDI starts going back, we would face Recession. this policy is going to make Indians working class laborers for rest of known century. FDI will this help the foreigners to take away all the balance wealth to their respective countries.
     

     

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