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Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in India : policies, conditions, and procedures

Author: Niti Bhasin
Publisher: New Delhi : New Century Publications, 2012.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Niti Bhasin
ISBN: 9788177083125 8177083120
OCLC Number: 806020248
Description: xxxvii, 330 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: 1. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI): Conceptual Framework --
1.1. Meaning of FDI --
1.2. Superiority of FDI over Other Forms of Capital Inflows --
1.3. Resource-seeking, Market-seeking and Efficiency-seeking FDI --
1.4. Macroeconomic and Microeconomic Aspects of FDI --
1.5. Crowding-in and Crowding-out Impacts of FDI --
1.6. Advantages of FDI for the Host Country --
1.6.1. Raising the Level of Investment --
1.6.2. Upgradation of Technology --
1.6.3. Improvement in Export Competitiveness --
1.6.4. Employment Generation --
1.6.5. Benefits to Consumers --
1.6.6. Resilience of FDI during Financial Crises --
1.6.7. Revenue to Government --
1.7. Disadvantages of FDI for the Host Country --
1.8. Determinants of FDI --
1.8.1. Size of the Market --
1.8.2. Political Stability --
1.8.3. Macroeconomic Environment --
1.8.4. Legal and Regulatory Framework --
1.8.5. Access to Basic Inputs --
1.9. World Bank Determinants of FDI --
1.9.1. Policy Framework --
1.9.2. Economic Determinants --
1.9.3. Business Facilitation --
1.10. FDI and Corporate Strategies --
1.11. Tax Incentives to Attract FDI --
1.11.1. Rationale for Offering Tax Incentives --
1.11.2. Types of Tax Incentives --
1.11.3. Priority Sectors for Tax Incentives --
1.11.4. Costs and Benefits of Tax Incentives --
1.12. Interaction between International Taxation and FDI --
1.12.1. Taxes in the Host (Source) Country --
1.12.2. Taxes in the Home (Destination) Country --
1.13. Bilateral Tax Treaties --
1.13.1. Issues Involved in Bilateral Tax Treaties --
1.13.2. Features of a Typical Bilateral Tax Treaty --
1.13.3. Benefits of Tax Treaties --
1.14. Multilateral Tax Treaties --
1.14.1. Arguments Supporting Bilateral Form --
1.14.2. Arguments Supporting Multilateral Form --
1.14.3. Some Multilateral Tax Agreements --
1.15. Tax Treaties and FDI --
1.16. International Tax Avoidance and Evasion --
1.16.1. Devices Adopted to Avoid and Evade Taxes --
1.16.2. Methods to Prevent Tax Avoidance and Eyasion --
1.16.3. Bilateral Tax Treaties and Tax Avoidance/Evasion --
1.17. Fully Consolidated System (FCS) of Direct Investment Statistics --
1.17.1. Subsidiary Companies --
1.17.2. Associate Companies --
1.17.3. Branches --
2. India's Foreign Investment Policy: Post-Independence Review --
2.1. Foreign Exchange Regulation Act (FERA), 1947 --
2.2. First Five Year Plan (1951-56) on Foreign Capital --
2.3. Fourth Five Year Plan (1969-74) on Foreign Capital --
2.4. Foreign Exchange Regulation Act (FERA), 1973 --
2.5. Sixth Five Year Plan (1980-85) on Foreign Technology/Capital --
2.6. Seventh Five Year Plan (1985-90) on Foreign Capital --
2.7. Industrial Policy Statement, 1991 on FDI --
2.8. Eighth Five Year Plan (1992-97) on Foreign Capital --
2.9. Ninth Five Year Plan (1997-02) on Foreign Capital --
2.10. Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA), 1999 --
2.10.1. Distinguishing Features of FEMA, 1999 --
2.11. Tenth Five Year Plan (2002-07) on Foreign Capital --
2.12. Report of the Committee on FDI, 2002 --
2.13. Post-1991 Initiatives to Attract Foreign Investment --
2.13.1. Simplification of Procedures --
3. Conditions, Legislations, Rules and Regulations Governing FDI --
3.1. Entities Eligible to Invest in India --
3.2. Entities into Which FDI Can Be Made --
3.2.1. FDI in an Indian Company --
3.2.2. FDI in Partnership Firm/Proprietary Concern --
3.2.3. FDI in Venture Capital Fund (VCF) --
3.2.4. FDI in Trusts --
3.2.5. FDI in Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) --
3.2.6. FDI in other Entities --
3.3. Types of Instruments --
3.4. Issue/Transfer of Shares --
3.5. Important Legislations Governing Business in India --
3.6. Important Rules/Regulations Governing Foreign Investments in India --
3.6.1. Repatriation of Capital --
3.6.2. Repatriation of Dividends and Profits --
3.6.3. Acquisition of Immovable Property by a Non-resident --
3.6.4. Acquisition of Immovable Property by Non-resident Indian (NRI) --
4. Entry Routes and Sectoral Caps for FDI --
4.1. Prohibited Sectors for FDI --
4.2. Entry Routes for FDI --
4.2.1. Automatic Route --
4.2.2. Government Approval --
4.3. Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) --
4.3.1. Levels of Approvals for Cases under Government Route --
4.3.2. Cases Which do not Require Fresh Approval --
4.4. Sector-Specific Caps and Conditions on FDI for Permitted Sectors --
4.5. Post-approval Procedures --
4.5.1. Project Clearances --
4.5.2. Registration and Inspection --
4.5.3. Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA), 1999 --
4.6. Entry Options for Foreign Investors --
4.6.1. Incorporation of a Company --
4.6.2. Liaison Office/Representative Office --
4.6.3. Project Office --
4.6.4. Branch Office --
4.6.5. Branch Office on Stand-Alone Basis in Special Economic Zones (SEZs) --
4.6.6. Investment in a Firm or a Proprietary Concern by NRIs --
4.6.7. Investment in a Firm or a Proprietary Concern by Other than NRIs --
4.7. Foreign Technology Agreements --
4.7.1. Automatic Approval --
4.7.2. FIPB Route --
5. Mergers, Acquisitions, Takeovers, Competition and Consumer Protection --
5.1. Mergers and Acquisitions --
5.1.1. Impact of M&As on the Economy --
5.1.2. M&A Scenarios Calling for Government Intervention --
5.2. Takeover Code of SEBI --
5.3. Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices (MRTP) Act, 1969 --
5.4. Competition Act, 2002 --
5.4.1. Competition Commission of India (CCI) --
5.4.2. Competition Appellate Tribunal --
5.5. Competition Policy --
5.5.1. Positive Effects of Competition --
5.5.2. Economic Reforms and Competition --
5.5.3. Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007-12) on Competition --
5.6. Consumer Protection Act, 1986 --
5.6.1. Central Consumer Protection Council (CCPC) --
5.7. Consumer Protection in India --
5.7.1. Need for Consumer Protection --
5.7.2. United Nations and Consumer Protection --
5.7.3. Role of Standards --
5.7.4. Quality Council of India --
6. FDI Regulation, Promotion and Facilitation --
6.1. Regulatory Framework --
6.2. Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) --
6.3. Secretariat for Industrial Assistance (SIA) --
6.4. Foreign Investment Implementation Authority (FIIA) --
6.5. Foreign Investment Promotion Council (FIPC) --
6.6. Investment Commission (IC) --
6.7. India Brand Equity Foundation (IBEF) --
7. India's FDI Performance and Concerns --
7.1. India as an Investment Destination --
7.2. Foreign Investment Trends in India --
7.2.1. India's Share in FDI Flows to Developing Countries --
7.2.2. Annual Investment Inflows --
7.2.3. Top Investing Countries --
7.2.4. Sectors Attracting Highest FDI Inflows --
7.2.5. FDI Approvals and Actual Inflows --
7.3. FDI Performance of India and China: A Comparison --
7.4. Issues and Concerns --
7.4.1. National Security --
7.4.2. Culture and Media --
7.4.3. Natural Monopolies --
7.4.4. Monopoly Power --
7.4.5. Natural Resources --
7.4.6. Transition Costs --
8. Foreign Portfolio Investment --
8.1. Advantages of Portfolio Investment Inflows --
8.1.1. Improvement in Corporate Capital Structure --
8.1.2. Competition in Financial Markets --
8.1.3. Enhanced Efficiency in Capital Markets --
8.1.4. Improvement in Corporate Governance --
8.2. Disadvantages of Portfolio Investment Inflows --
8.2.1. Management Control --
8.2.2. Volatility of Portfolio Flows --
8.2.3. Pro-cyclical --
8.2.4. Hedge Funds --
8.3. Liberalisation of Portfolio Investment Flows into India --
8.3.1. Investments by FIIs --
8.3.2. Equity Capital from Foreign Sources by Indian Corporates --
8.4. Eligibility for Registration as FII --
8.5. Restrictions on Foreign Portfolio Investments --
8.6. Restrictions on Foreign Ownership in Select Asian Countries --
8.6.1. India --
8.6.2. China --
8.6.3. Taiwan --
8.6.4. South Korea --
8.6.5. Hong Kong --
8.6.6. Indonesia --
8.6.7. Thailand --
8.6.8. Malaysia --
8.6.9. Philippines --
8.7. Report of the Working Group on Foreign Investment in India --
9. Measures to Improve Foreign Investment Climate --
9.1. Deterrents to FDI Flows into India --
9.1.1. Bureaucratic Controls and Procedures --
9.1.2. Infrastructural Bottlenecks --
9.1.3. Outmoded Labour Laws --
9.1.4. Reservation of Items for Exclusive Production by Small-scale Industries (SSI) --
9.1.5. Image and Attitude --
9.1.6. Domestic Policy Constraints --
9.1.7. State Obstacles --
9.1.8. Legal Delays --
9.2. Measures to Improve FDI Environment --
9.2.1. Attitude to FDI --
9.2.2. Privatisation --
9.2.3. Revamping Publicity --
9.2.4. Other Measures --
10. Taxation of Foreign Income and India's Bilateral Tax Treaties --
10.1. Post-liberalisation Tax Reforms in India --
10.1.1. Income Tax --
10.1.2. Wealth Tax --
10.1.3. Union Excise Duties --
10.1.4. Taxation of Services --
10.1.5. Customs Duties --
10.1.6. National Level Goods and Services Tax (GST) --
10.1.7. Direct Taxes Code (DTC) --
10.1.8. Sales Tax/VAT --
10.2. Tax Holiday Schemes --
10.2.1. Tax Holiday for Newly Established Industrial Undertakings in Free Trade Zones, Electronic Hardware Technology Parks, or Software Technology Parks --
10.2.2. Tax Holiday for Newly Established Hundred Per Cent Export-Oriented Undertakings --
10.2.3. Tax Holiday for Exporters of Wood-based Handicraft Items --
10.3. Income Tax Incentives for Infrastructure Development --
10.3.1. Section 80IA --
10.3.2. Incentives under Section 35-AC --
10.3.3. Tax-free Bonds --
10.4. Taxation of Non-residents in India --
10.4.1. Rules to Determine Residential Status Note continued: 10.4.2. Relationship between Residential Status and Tax Incidence --
10.5. Indian Law on Double Tax Relief --
10.6. Salient Features of Tax Treaties between India and Other Countries --
10.7. Double Taxation Relief Where no Tax Treaty Exists --
10.8. Issues Relating to Indo-Mauritius Tax Treaty --
10.9. India-Singapore Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA) --
10.10. Transfer Pricing Regulations in India --
10.11. Assessment and Collection of Tax from Non-residents in India --
11. India's Industrial Policy --
11.1. Industrial Policy Prior to Economic Reforms (i.e. Pre-1991 Period) --
11.1.1. Regulation and Controls of Private Sector --
11.1.2. Absence of Internal Competition --
11.1.3. Absence of Foreign Competition --
11.2. Disillusionment and Rethinking --
11.3. New Economic Policy and Industrial Liberalisation, 1985 --
11.4. Industrial Policy Statement, 1991: The Great U-turn --
11.5. Public Sector: Poor Performance and Rethinking --
11.5.1. Industrial Policy Statement, 1991 on Public Sector --
11.5.2. Public Sector Disinvestment/Privatisation --
11.6. Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) --
11.6.1. Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development (MSMED) Act, 2006 --
11.6.2. Social Face of MSMEs in India --
11.6.3. MSMEs and Globalisation --
11.6.4. Prime Minister's Task Force on Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises --
12. Infrastructure Services in India --
12.1. India Infrastructure Finance Company Limited (IIFCL) --
12.2. Power Sector Reforms --
12.2.1. Electricity Act, 2003 --
12.2.2. National Electricity Policy, 2005 --
12.2.3. Private Enterprise in Power Sector --
12.3. Transport Sector --
12.3.1. Indian Railways --
12.3.2. Roads and Road Transport --
12.3.3. Shipping and Ports --
12.3.4. Civil Aviation --
12.4. Telecommunications --
12.4.1. National Telecom Policy (NTP), 2011 and 2012 --
12.5. IT and IT-enabled Services --
12.5.1. Strategies of Indian IT-BPO Companies --
12.6. Special Economic Zones (SEZs) --
12.6.1. Special Economic Zones Act, 2005 --
12.6.2. Criteria for Approval --
12.6.3. Incentives and Facilities Offered to Units in SEZs --
12.6.4. Incentives and Facilities Available to SEZ Developers --
13. India's Financial System --
13.1. India's Approach to Financial Sector Reforms --
13.2. Components of Financial Sector Reforms --
13.2.1. Developing and Strengthening Financial Infrastructure --
13.2.2. Financial Regulation and Supervision --
13.2.3. Financial Openness --
13.2.4. Legal Measures for Strengthening Financial Sector --
13.2.5. International Security Standards --
13.2.6. Migration to Basel III Norms --
13.2.7. Accounting and Auditing Standards --
13.2.8. Technological Solutions for Financial Services --
13.3. Committee on Financial Sector Assessment (CFSA), 2009 --
13.4. Financial Inclusion Efforts --
13.4.1. Financial Exclusion and Financial Inclusion Defined --
13.4.2. Advantages of Financial Inclusion --
13.4.3. Strategy for Building an Inclusive Financial Sector --
13.4.4. Recent Measures for Financial Inclusion --
13.4.5. Recommendations of the Committee on Financial Inclusion --
13.5. Achievements of Financial Sector Reforms and Areas of Concern --
13.6. Changing Role of RBI in the Financial Sector --
14. Foreign Exchange Regulations and Management --
14.1. Foreign Exchange Market Reforms --
14.2. Introduction of Liberalised Exchange Rate Management System (LERMS) --
14.2.1. Deficiencies of LERMS --
14.2.2. Modified LERMS --
14.3. Introduction of Current Account Convertibility --
14.4. Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA), 1999 --
14.5. Capital Account Convertibility (CAC) --
14.5.1. Pre-reforms Period --
14.5.2. Liberalisation Measures --
14.6. Present Structure of Foreign Exchange Market --
14.6.1. Market Segments --
14.6.2. Market Players --
14.7. Sources of Supply and Demand of Foreign Exchange --
14.7.1. Derivative Market Instruments --
15. Capital Market in India --
15.1. Capital Market in the Pre-reforms (i.e. Pre-1991) Period --
15.2. Establishment of Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) --
15.3. Capital Market Reforms since 1991 --
15.3.1. Modernisation of Stock Exchanges --
15.3.2. Depository System, Dematerialisation (Demat) and Rematerialisation --
15.3.3. Introduction of Free Pricing --
15.3.4. Strengthening of Disclosure Norms --
15.3.5. Transparency and Efficiency --
15.3.6. Shortening of Settlement Cycle --
15.3.7. Growth of Service Providers --
15.3.8. Protection of Investors --
16. India's Foreign Trade Policy --
16.1. Foreign Trade (Development and Regulation) Act, 1992 --
16.2. Post-1991 Reforms in Foreign Trade Policy --
16.3. Export Policy --
16.4. Import Policy --
16.5. India's Look East Policy --
16.6. Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007-12) on Trade Liberalisation --
17. Labour Related Constitutional Provisions and Legislations --
17.1. Protection and Welfare of Labour in the Constitution of India --
17.2. Legislations Concerning Conditions of Work --
17.2.1. Factories Act, 1948 --
17.2.2. Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970 --
17.2.3. Plantation Labour Act, 1951 --
17.2.4. Mines Act, 1952 --
17.3. Legislations Concerning Wages and Remuneration --
17.3.1. Minimum Wages Act, 1948 --
17.3.2. Payment of Wages Act, 1936 --
17.4. Legislations Concerning Employment Security and Industrial Relations --
17.4.1. Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 --
17.5. Legislations Concerning Social Security and Welfare of Workers --
17.5.1. Employees State Insurance Act, 1948 --
17.5.2. Employees' Provident Fund Act, 1952 --
17.5.3. Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 --
17.5.4. Workmen's Compensation Act, 1923 --
17.6. Miscellany of Labour Legislations --
17.6.1. Trade Union Act, 1926 --
17.6.2. Weekly Holidays Act, 1942 --
17.6.3. Working Journalists and Other Newspaper Employees (Conditions of Service) and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1955 --
17.6.4. Employment Exchanges (Compulsory Notification of Vacancies) Act, 1959 --
17.6.5. Apprenticeship Act, 1961 --
17.6.6. Motor Transport Workers Act, 1961 --
17.6.7. Payment of Bonus Act, 1965 --
17.6.8. Beedi and Cigar Workers (Conditions of Employment) Act, 1966 --
17.6.9. Sales Promotion Employees (Conditions of Services) Act, 1976 --
17.6.10. Inter-State Migrant Workmen (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 1979 --
17.6.11. Emigration Act, 1983 --
17.6.12. Dangerous Machines (Regulation) Act, 1983 --
17.6.13. Dock Workers (Safety, Health and Welfare) Act, 1986 --
17.6.14. Employment of Manual Scavengers and Construction of Dry Latrines (Prohibition) Act, 1993 --
17.6.15. Building and Other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 1996 --
17.6.16. Other Legislations --
17.7. Economic Reforms and Labour Laws --
18. Foreign Investment: Global Experiences and Comparisons --
18.1. Foreign Investment: New Strategy for Faster Growth --
18.2. Global Trends in FDI --
18.3. Foreign Investment for Privatisation --
18.3.1. Brazil --
18.3.2. Central and Eastern Europe --
18.3.3. China --
18.3.4. India --
18.4. Tax Treatment of Companies in Select Asian Economies --
18.4.1. Tax Year --
18.4.2. Scope of Taxable Income --
18.4.3. Rates of Corporate Income Tax --
18.4.4. Capital Gains and Losses --
18.4.5. Dividends --
18.4.6. Foreign Tax Relief --
18.5. International Tax Competition to Attract FDI --
18.5.1. Pitfalls of Tax Competition --
18.6. Attempts towards International Tax Harmonisation --
18.6.1. Efforts by OECD --
18.6.2. Efforts by European Union --
18.6.3. Efforts by WTO, IMF and World Bank --
19. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Outflows from India.
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