FDI Inflows in India and China since 2003: A Comparative Analysis

@inproceedings{Dar2014FDIII,
  title={FDI Inflows in India and China since 2003: A Comparative Analysis},
  author={Javaid Ahmad Dar and Maninder Singh and Punjab India},
  year={2014}
}
The importance of foreign direct investment for the overall economic development, especially for the developing world, has increased significantly in the last two decades. All the countries, including India and China, are making efforts to attract greater inflows of FDI. This paper seeks to analyze the impact of FDI inflows on economic growth of India and China and to highlight the determinants of FDI in these two countries. This study is exploratory in nature and the secondary data collected… CONTINUE READING

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