Foreign direct investment is a major source of development of the economy through providing scarce capital, transfer of technology and financial resources. It is possible only take place after the implementation of New Economic Reforms in 1991. It attracts many countries to invest in India. In this context, the present study about FDI inflow from Japan because it is one among the leading country to invest in India. It was found that, the FDI inflow from Japan was US 13.48 billion from 2000-2012 and it was positioned fourth among the countries that invested in India.
Indian Member 40.00
Others Member 3.00