Foreign Direct Investment plays an important role in the development process of a country. It has the potential for making a contribution to the development through the transfer of financial resources, technology and innovative and improved management techniques. India has pursued a pro-market, pro-liberalization strategy after the 1991 reforms. For a few countries of the global India is the most preferred destination in terms of financial attractiveness, people and skills availability and business environment. According to Global Services Location Index GSLI (2010), FDI inflow of India accounts for 1.25 per cent of the global FDI inflows, 7.18 per cent of Asian aggregate inflows. The top investing countries in India are Mauritius, U.K, U.S.A, Sweden, France, Switzerland, Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, Germany and Netherlands. In the present context, the Foreign Direct Investment inflows in terms of country-wise, sector-wise and State-wise has to be analysed.
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