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PRIME MINISTER’S OFFICE

MINISTRY OF FINANCE

RESERVE BANK OF INDIA

SECURITIES & EXCHANGE BOARD OF INDIA

MINISTRY OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY

MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS

MINISTRY OF DEFENCE

MINISTRY OF HEAVY INDUSTRIES

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL POLICY & PROMOTION 

MINISTRY OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

DEPARTMENT OF TELECOMMUNICATION

NATIONAL HIGHWAYS AUTHORITY OF INDIA

MINISTRY OF SHIPPING

MINISTRY OF CIVIL AVIATION

AIRPORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA

MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS

MINISTRY OF PETROLEUM

MINISTRY OF CHEMICALS

MINISTRY OF POWER

 

The average FDI inflows per year during the 9th Plan was $ 3.2 billion and during the 10th Plan it increased manifold to stand at $ 16.33 billion the annual average being $ 6.16 billion. The top five sectors attracting FDI in fiscal 2007-08 included Services sector; Housing and Real Estate; Construction activities; Computer Software & hardware; and Telecommunications. The infrastructure sector that offers massive potential to attract FDI witnessed marked increase in FDI inflows during this five-year period. The extant policy for most of the infrastructure sectors permits FDI up to 100 percent on the automatic route. From $ 1902 million in fiscal 2001-02 the foreign investment in India's infrastructure sector  increased to $ 2179 million in 2006-07. But fiscal 2007-08 witnessed significant increase in the FDI inflows in the infrastructure. In first nine months till December 2007 of fiscal 2007-08 stood at $ 4095 million. From 2000-01 to December 2007, total FDI in India's infrastructure sector stood at $ 10575 million.

Sectors attracting highest FDI Equity Inflows (In Rs crore) 

SECTOR
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09 (April-Jan '09)
Cumulative (Apr.2000- Jan 2009)
% of total inflows*
Services (Financial & non-financial)
2399
(543)
21047
(4664)
26589
(6615)
23045
(5061)

78742
(181189)

22%
Computer Software & Hardware
6172
(1375)
11786
(2614)
5623
(1410)
6944
(1599)
39111
(8876)
11%
Telecommunications
2776
(624)
2155
(478)
5103
(1261)
10797
(2374)
27544
(6216)
8%
Construction
667
(151)
4424
(985)
6989
(1743)
6224
(1483)
19606
(4646)
6%
Automobile
630
(143)
1254
(276)
2697
(675)
1792
(441)
11648
(2678)
4%
Housing and Real estate
171
(38)
2121
(467)
8749
(2179)
10632
(2408)
21794
(5119)
6%
Power
386
(87)
713
(157)
3875
(967)
4079
(924)
13709
(3130)
4%
Metallurgical
6540
(147)
7866
(173)
4686
(1177)
3608
(850)
10956
(2613)
3%
Chemicals (Other than fertilizers)
1731
(390)
930
(205)
920
(229)
2561
(579)
9442
(2244)
2%
Petroleum & Natural Gas 64
(14)
401
(89)
5729
(1427)
1196
(263)
8509
(2043)
3%


Figures in bracket are in US$ million
* In terms of Rs.

SOURCE: DIPP, Federal Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India
 

FDI Inflows (as per international best practices) 

FISCAL YEAR (APRIL-MARCH)
EQUITY
Reinvested earnings+
Other capital+
Total FDI inflows
YOY growth (%)
FIPB Route/ RBI's Automatic Route/ Acquisition Route Equity capital of unincorporated bodies#

 

 

 

 

1991(August)-2000 (March)
15483
-
-
-
15483
-
2000-01
2339
61
1350
279
4029
-
2001-02
3904
191
1645
390
6130
(+) 52
2002-03
2574
190
1833
438
5035
(-) 18
2003-04
2197
32
1460
633
4322
(-) 14
2004-05
3250
528
1904
369
6051
(+) 40
2005-06
5540
435
2760
226
8961
(+) 48
2006-07 (P)*
15585
896
5828
517
22826
(+) 146
2007-08 (P)*
24575
2292
7168
327
34362 (+) 51
2008-09
(April-Dec)
23885 334  3004  203  27426
-
Cumulative Total (From August 1991-January 2009) 99332 4959 26952 3382 134625
-
SOURCE: DIPP, Federal Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India

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