Overseas Investment By India In FY21: Care Ratings  
A U.S. one-hundred dollar banknote and Indian ten rupee banknotes are arranged for a photograph in Mumbai, India. (Photographer: Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg)

Overseas Investment By India In FY21: Care Ratings  

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Foreign direct investment into the country has been a subject of interest as it strengthens the balance of payments.

In FY20 gross inflows were $76 billion which after adjusting for repatriation of around $18 billion meant $56 billion of foreign direct investment. This was the highest achieved in any year.

On the other side, Indian companies too have been active in making overseas investment which in turn has been quite volatile in the last decade or so.

In FY20 around $13 billion was invested which was the second successive year of double-digit overseas investment since FY13.

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