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Foreign Direct Investment And The Multinationals In Indian Economy. N.S. Kiran and Tripathi R. S.N.G. P.G. College, Bhopal CLICK HERE TO ABSTRACT
Direct foreign investment (FDI) is a flow of entrepreneurial capital, in the form of some mixture of managerial skills and financial lending. Its more specific balance-of-payments accounting definition is any flow of lending to, or purchase of ownership in, a foreign enterprise that is largely owned by residents of the investing, or "source" country. The returns earned by the direct investors are accordingly a mixture of interest, dividends, license fees, and managerial fees. Some FDI consists of investments in foreign branches by a parent firm clearly based in one source country. In other cases, the investing firm is a true multinational, with no clear home country.
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