Oct 05, 2015

Government looks to ease FDI rules - The Times of India

The government is looking to simplify foreign direct investment (FDI) rules, aimed at removing some of the conditions that investors need to fulfil while investing in the country as it looks to further ease procedures to attract more investment, including domestic, at a time when the RBI has cut rates too, said economic affairs secretary Shaktikanta Das.

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