Title:FDI Comparatistics: China and India (page 52-56)

Authors: Kishore G. Kulkarni, Poornima Tapas, and Rita R. Dangre
Journal: SCMS Journal of Indian Management
Publication date: 2016
Publisher: SCMS Journal of Indian Management
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This paper offers theoretical principles of gains from foreign direct investment (FDI) activities for an economy and tests the role of FDI in Chinese and Indian economic growth. It not only points out how FDI lowers the saving shortage in a developing economy, but also offers the mechanism in which in recent years China has been more successful in attracting FDI than India. There are some lessons to be learned for any economy in general and for India in particular, to use the Chinese model of making FDI more attractive. We compare the flows of FDI over the years in China and India.

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