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US$28.1 billion FDI inflows into the country during the July-September quarter

Newdelhi:28/11/20:Total Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) inflows into India during the second quarter of financial year 2020-21 (July 2020 to September 2020) have been US$ 28,102 million, out of which FDI equity inflows were US$ 23,441 million or Rs. 174,793 crore. This takes the FDI equity inflows during the financial year 2020-21upto September 2020 to US$30,004 million which is 15% more than the corresponding period of 2019-20. In rupee terms, the FDI Equity inflows of Rs 224,613 Crore are 23% more than the last year. August 2020 has been the significant month when US$ 17,487 Million FDI equity inflows were reported in the country.

Financial Year 2020-21

( April – September)

Amount of FDI Equity inflows
(In Rs. Crore) (In US$ mn)
1. April, 2020 21,133 2,772
2. May, 2020 16,951 2,240
3. June, 2020 11,736 1,550
4. July, 2020 22,866 3,049
5. August, 2020 130,576 17,487
6. September, 2020 21,350 2,906
2020-21 (form April 2020 to September 2020) # 224,613 30,004
2019-20 (form April 2019 to September 2019) # 182,000 26,096
%age growth over last year (+) 23% (+) 15%

# Figures are provisional, subject to reconciliation with RBI, Mumbai.

In terms of the Countries from where FDI Equity Inflows were reported to India, during April 2000 to September 2020; maximum FDI Equity inflows have been reported from Mauritius, followed by Singapore and the USA.

SHARE OF TOP INVESTING COUNTRIES FDI EQUITY INFLOWS (Financialyears):

Amount in Rupees Crores (in US$ Million)

 

Rank s

 

Country

 

2018-19

(April – March)

 

2019-20

(April – March)

 

2020-21

(April – September)

CumulativeInflows (April, 00 –

September,20)

%age to total Inflows (in terms

of US$)

1. MAURITIUS 57,139 57,785 15,019 810,960 29%
(8,084) (8,241) (2,003) (144,713)
2. SINGAPORE 112,362 103,615 62,084 671,646 21%
(16,228) (14,671) (8,301) (105,970)
3. U.S.A. 22,335 29,850 53,266 229,488 7%
(3,139) (4,223) (7,123) (36,902)
4. NETHERLANDS 27,036 46,071 11,306 219,628 7%
(3,870) (6,500) (1,498) (35,350)
5. JAPAN 20,556 22,774 4,932 201,037 7%
(2,965) (3,226) (653) (34,152)
6. U.K. 9,352 10,041 10,155 160,566 6%
(1,351) (1,422) (1,352) (29,563)
7. GERMANY 6,187 3,467 1,498 70,442 2%
(886) (488) (202) (12,398)
8. CYPRUS 2,134 6,449 355 58,348 2%
(296) (879) (48) (10,796)
9. FRANCE 2,890 13,686 8,494 59,005 2%
(406) (1,896) (1,135) (9,675)
10. CAYMAN ISLANDS 7,147 26,397 15,672 65,520 2%
(1,008) (3,702) (2,103) (9,639)
TOTAL FDI EQUITY INFLOWS FROM ALL COUNTRIES * 309,867

(44,366)

353,558

(49,977)

224,613

(30,004)

2,957,057

(500,123)

 

Among the sectors, Services sector has received maximum FDI equity inflows, during April, 2000 to September, 2020; followed by Computer Software & Hardware, and Telecommunications.

SECTORS ATTRACTING HIGHEST FDI EQUITY INFLOWS:

Amount in Rs. Crores (in US$ Million)

 

Ranks

 

Sector

2018-19

(April – March)

2019-20

(April – March)

2020-21

(April – September)

CumulativeInflows (April, 00 –

September, 20)

% age to total Inflows                    (In terms ofUS$)
1. SERVICES SECTOR ** 63,909

(9,158)

55,429

(7,854)

16,955

(2,252)

488,685

(84,255)

17%
2. COMPUTER SOFTWARE & HARDWARE 45,297

(6,415)

54,250

(7,673)

131,169

(17,554)

407,175

(62,466)

12%
3 TELECOMMUNICATIONS 18,337

(2,668)

30,940

(4,445)

50

(7)

219,238

(37,278)

7%
4. TRADING 30,963

(4,462)

32,406

(4,574)

7,140

(949)

183,145

(28,543)

6%
 

5.

CONSTRUCTION DEVELOPMENT:

Townships, housing, built-up infrastructure and construction- development projects

 

1,503

(213)

 

4,350

(617)

 

887

(118)

 

124,851

(25,780)

 

5%

6. AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY 18,309

(2,623)

19,753

(2,824)

3,162

(417)

146,904

(24,628)

5%
7. CHEMICALS (OTHER THAN FERTILIZERS) 13,685

(1,981)

7,492

(1,058)

3,287

(437)

101,842

(18,077)

4%
8. CONSTRUCTION (INFRASTRUCTURE) ACTIVITIES 15,927

(2,258)

14,510

(2,042)

2,814

(377)

111,197

(17,223)

3%
9. DRUGS & PHARMACEUTICALS 1,842

(266)

3,650

(518)

2,715

(367)

90,529

(16,868)

3%
10. HOTEL & TOURISM 7,590

(1,076)

21,060

(2,938)

2,128

(283)

93,907

(15,572)

3%

 

Gujarat has been the major beneficiary state of the FDI Equity inflows, during October, 2019 to September, 2020;followed by Maharashtra and Karnataka.

STATES/UTs ATTRACTING HIGHEST FDI EQUITY INFLOWS

Amount in Rupees Crores (in US$ Million)

 

 

S.

No.

 

STATE

 

2019-20

(October – March)

 

2020-21

(April – September)

CumulativeInflows (October, 19-

September,20)

%age to total Inflows

(in terms of US$)

1 GUJARAT 18,964 1,19,566 1,38,530 35%
(2,591) (16,005) (18,596)
2 MAHARASHTRA 52,073 27,143 79,216 20%
(7,263) (3,619) (10,882)
3 KARNATAKA 30,746 27,458 58,204 15%
(4,289) (3,660) (7,949)
4 DELHI 28,487 19,863 48,350 12%
(3,973) (2,663) (6,635)
5 JHARKHAND 13,208 5,990 19,198 5%
(1,852) (792) (2,644)
6 TAMIL NADU 7,230 7,062 14,292 4%
(1,006) (938) (1,944)
7 HARYANA 5,198 5,111 10,310 3%
(726) (682) (1,408)
8 TELANGANA 4,865 5,045 9,910 3%
(680) (668) (1,348)
9 UTTAR PRADESH 1,738 1,680 3,418 1%
(243) (225) (468)
10 WEST BENGAL 1,363

(190)

1,985

(261)

3,348

(451)

1%

 

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Ashok Palit has completed his graduation from Upendranath College Soro, Balasore and post graduation from Utkal University in Odia Language and literture.. He has also carved out a niche for himself as a scribe of eminence after joining the profession in 1988. He is also an independent media production professional. He brings loads of experience to Advanced Media, Ashok Palit as a cineaste has been active in film criticism for over three decades. As a film society activist, he soared to eminence for his profound commitment to the art film appreciation and aesthetics of cinema. His mode of discourse is often erudite but always lucid and comprehensible marked by a perfect acumen so rare in the field. A film aesthete with an immense fond of critical sensibilities, he wrote about growth and development of odia cinema in New Indian Express, The Times of India, The Hindustan Times, The Asian Age and Screen. He has been working as an Editor for Cine Samaya from 2002-2004.. He had made solid contribution on cinema in many odia Dailies and weekly such as Samaj, Prajatantra, Dharatri, Samaya, Satabadi, and weekly Samaya.

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