Volumes of FDIs are
increasing year after year and the country is approaching towards a US$100
billion FDI inflow every year by 2022, said Mr. D K Aggarwal, Vice President,
PHD Chamber, says a press release from PHD Chamber.
Annual FDI inflows in the
country increased from US$36 billion in 2013-14 to US$62 billion in 2017-18,
said Mr. Aggarwal.
Make in India has been
instrumental during the last 4 years to attract FDI reforms in the country.
Despite the global challenges, the country was able to attract tremendous flow
of investments, said Mr. D K Aggarwal.
Ease of Doing Business in
the country has been improved significantly from 142 in 2014 to 100th level in
2018, said Mr D K Aggarwal.
We expect more improvement
in the coming ratings of Ease of Doing Business as country has adopted a
historic reform- the GST which is giving fruitful results, added Mr. D K
Manufacturing Sector has
posted a whopping 13.5% growth in Q1 of FY2019. Going ahead, we need to focus
on the four basic ingredients of production process- land, labour, capital and
entrepreneurship, said Mr D K Aggarwal.
There are many takeaways
for India from China in terms of their policy regime such as focus on literacy,
health, reforms in education system and relaxation in FDI norms but above all
country-wide change in mindset is the biggest takeaway for India, said Dr Ajay
Dua, Former Secretary, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of
India must focus on sectors
such as FMCG products, pharmaceuticals, where we have economies of scale and
the government must focus on reducing the cost of logistics to step up in ease
of doing business rankings, added Dr Dua.