Positioned for investment

Basu, Debashis
September 1997
Global Finance;Sep97, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p151
Trade Publication
Discusses the reforms to the foreign investment policies in India. Significance of the increased interest by foreign investors; Estimated number of foreign institutional investors; Government plans for capital account convertibility.


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