Foreign investment and issues of corporate governance in India
Introduction: Foreign Investment can be defined as the acquisition by governments, institutions or individuals in one country of assets in another. Foreign investment covers both direct investment and portfolio investment and includes public authorities, private firms and individuals. For a country in which savings are insufficient relative to the potential demand for investment, foreign capital can be a fruitful means of stimulating rapid growth. In addition, direct investment may be a means...[Show more]
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