FDI Inflow in India during last F.Y. 2014-15 and current F.Y. 2015-16

By | December 2, 2015

The amount of FDI inflow received during last year (2014-15) is US$ 44.29 billion. It has increased by 29% & 22% in comparison to financial year 2012-13 (US$ 34.29 billion) & 2013-14 (US$ 36.05 billion) respectively.

FDI in various sectors is allowed up to the different limits, varying from 20% to 100%, subject to prescribed conditions. The detailed information is available in ‘Consolidated FDI Policy Circular of 2015’ as amended time to time, at DIPP’s website (www.dipp.nic.in).

Sector-wise details of FDI equity inflow for the last F.Y. 2014-15 and current F.Y. 2015-16 (upto September, 2015) are as below:

 

Sl No Sector 2014-15
Apr-Mar
2015-16
Apr-Sep
Total
    FDI
in US$ million
FDI
in US$ million
FDI
in US$ million
1 METALLURGICAL INDUSTRIES 359.34 253.07 612.41
2 MINING 684.39 516.65 1,201.04
3 POWER 707.04 359.88 1,066.92
4 NON-CONVENTIONAL ENERGY 615.95 305.46 921.42
5 PETROLEUM & NATURAL GAS 1,079.02 47.10 1,126.12
6 BOILERS AND STEAM GENERATING PLANTS 1.33 26.08 27.41
7 PRIME MOVER (OTHER THAN ELECTRICAL GENERATORS) 230.70 56.49 287.19
8 ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENTS 574.83 227.23 802.07
9 COMPUTER SOFTWARE & HARDWARE 2,296.04 3,056.83 5,352.87
10 ELECTRONICS 96.84 100.92 197.76
11 TELECOMMUNICATIONS 2,894.94 659.15 3,554.09
12 INFORMATION & BROADCASTING (INCLUDING PRINT MEDIA) 254.96 309.21 564.17
13 AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY 2,725.64 1,464.28 4,189.92
14 AIR TRANSPORT (INCLUDING AIR FREIGHT) 74.56 34.16 108.72
15 SEA TRANSPORT 333.22 278.16 611.38
16 PORTS 1.90 0.00 1.90
17 RAILWAY RELATED COMPONENTS 129.73 15.21 144.94
18 INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY 716.79 239.34 956.13
19 MACHINE TOOLS 24.06 17.98 42.04
20 AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY 72.35 5.41 77.76
21 EARTH-MOVING MACHINERY 30.11 69.15 99.26
22 MISCELLANEOUS MECHANICAL & ENGINEERING INDUSTRIES 186.69 133.45 320.15
23 COMMERCIAL, OFFICE & HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENTS 33.39 6.65 40.04
24 MEDICAL AND SURGICAL APPLIANCES 145.93 105.74 251.67
25 INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTS 0.85 7.03 7.88
26 SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS 32.34 1.74 34.09
27 FERTILIZERS 225.32 0.10 225.42
28 CHEMICALS (OTHER THAN FERTILIZERS) 762.76 392.67 1,155.43
29 PHOTOGRAPHIC RAW FILM AND PAPER 0.75 0.00 0.75
30 DYE-STUFFS 54.89 3.32 58.21
31 DRUGS & PHARMACEUTICALS 1,497.74 225.91 1,723.64
32 TEXTILES (INCLUDING DYED,PRINTED) 197.42 148.72 346.14
33 PAPER AND PULP (INCLUDING PAPER PRODUCTS) 116.21 32.36 148.56
34 SUGAR 27.77 98.16 125.93
35 FERMENTATION INDUSTRIES 225.38 176.46 401.85
36 FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRIES 515.86 238.68 754.54
37 VEGETABLE OILS AND VANASPATI 148.34 20.36 168.70
38 SOAPS, COSMETICS & TOILET PREPARATIONS 177.22 179.66 356.88
39 RUBBER GOODS 284.51 163.61 448.12
40 LEATHER,LEATHER GOODS AND PICKERS 34.21 8.22 42.43
41 GLUE AND GELATIN 21.44 0.01 21.45
42 GLASS 41.82 12.62 54.43
43 CERAMICS 35.29 26.77 62.06
44 CEMENT AND GYPSUM PRODUCTS 208.99 11.02 220.02
45 TIMBER PRODUCTS 8.97 22.31 31.28
46 DEFENCE INDUSTRIES 0.08 0.00 0.08
47 CONSULTANCY SERVICES 458.13 374.28 832.41
48 SERVICES SECTOR (Fin.,Banking,Insurance,Non Fin/Business,Outsourcing,R&D,Courier,Tech. Testing and Analysis, Other) 4,443.26 1,463.74 5,907.00
49 HOSPITAL & DIAGNOSTIC CENTRES 567.85 357.09 924.94
50 EDUCATION 78.86 117.40 196.25
51 HOTEL & TOURISM 777.01 563.96 1,340.98
52 TRADING 2,727.96 2,307.99 5,035.95
53 RETAIL TRADING 168.72 69.55 238.27
54 AGRICULTURE SERVICES 59.95 28.54 88.50
55 DIAMOND,GOLD ORNAMENTS 280.18 37.36 317.55
56 TEA AND COFFEE (PROCESSING & WAREHOUSING COFFEE & RUBBER) 1.43 1.11 2.53
57 PRINTING OF BOOKS (INCLUDING LITHO PRINTING INDUSTRY) 72.58 54.23 126.81
58 COIR 1.36 0.00 1.36
59 CONSTRUCTION (INFRASTRUCTURE) ACTIVITIES 870.25 977.43 1,847.68
60 CONSTRUCTION DEVELOPMENT: Townships, housing, built-up infrastructure and construction-development projects 769.14 81.00 850.13
61 MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIES 765.88 140.41 906.29
  Grand Total 30,930.50 16,631.43 47,561.93

FDI data is not maintained state wise, but RBI regional office wise. FDI equity inflows recorded for a particular regional office of RBI, may cover more than one state.

The Government of India has taken up a series of measures to improve Ease of Doing Business. The emphasis has been on simplification and rationalization of the existing rules and introduction of information technology to make governance more efficient and effective.

This information was given by the Minister of State(Independent Charge) in the Ministry of Commerce & Industry Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman in a written reply in Rajya Sabha today.

Source :Ministry of Commerce & Industry , Govt of India on 02-December, 2015

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