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FDI inflows fall 3% to $44 billion in FY24

Inflows during January-March FY24 , however, rose by 33.4 per cent to $12.38 billion (Rs 10.31 lakh crore) as against $9.28 billion (Rs 7.72 lakh crore) in the year-ago period.
Last Updated : 30 May 2024, 08:58 IST
Last Updated : 30 May 2024, 08:58 IST

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New Delhi: Foreign direct investment (FDI) equity inflows in India declined 3.49 per cent to $44.42 billion (Rs 36.98 lakh crore)in 2023-24 due to lower infusion in sectors such as services, computer hardware and software, telecom, auto and pharma, according to the government data.

FDI inflows stood at $46.03 billion (Rs 38.33 lakh crore) during 2022-23.

Inflows during January-March FY24 , however, rose by 33.4 per cent to $12.38 billion (Rs 10.31 lakh crore) as against $9.28 billion (Rs 7.72 lakh crore) in the year-ago period.

The total FDI -- which includes equity inflows, reinvested earnings and other capital -- declined marginally by one per cent to $70.95 billion (Rs 59.09 lakh crore) during 2023-24 as against $71.35 billion (Rs 59.42 lakh crore) in 2022-23, data from Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) showed.

In 2021-22, the country received the highest ever FDI inflows of $84.83 billion (Rs 70.65 lakh crore).

During the last fiscal, FDI equity inflows decreased from major countries, including Mauritius, Singapore, the US, the UK, UAE, Cayman Islands, Germany, and Cyprus.

However, inflows increased from the Netherlands and Japan.

Sectorally, inflows contracted in services, computer software and hardware, trading, telecommunication, automobile, pharma and chemicals.

In contrast, construction (infrastructure) activities, development and power sectors registered healthy growth in inflows during the period under review.

FDI equity inflows into India declined 22 per cent in 2022-23.

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Published 30 May 2024, 08:58 IST

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