Overseas investment by Indian firms dip 42%

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Overseas investment by Indian firms dip 42%


MUMBAI:
Overseas
investment
by domestic firms fell
by over 42 per cent to $1.45 billion in December 2020, according to Reserve Bank data.

In the year-ago period,
companies in India had invested $2.51 billion in their foreign firms (joint ventures / wholly-owned units).

In November 2020, the total outward foreign direct
investment (OFDI) was of $1.06 billion, down
by 27 per cent from a month ago period.

Of the total FDI
investment
by the
Indian
companies during the month under review, $775.41 million was in the form of equity infusion and $382.91 million was in the form of loan.

Investment of $287.63 million was in the form of issuance of guarantee, as per the data.

Among major investors, ONGC Videsh Ltd invested a total of $131.85 million in joint ventures and wholly-owned subsidiaries in Myanmar, Russia, Vietnam, Colombia, British Virgin Islands among others.

Intas Pharmaceuticals invested $75.22 million in a wholly-owned subsidiary in the UK and Tata Consultancy Services invested $27.77 million in a wholly-owned unit in Ireland.





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