Pubblicato in: Devoluzione socialismo, Economia e Produzione Industriale, India

India. 2021Q2. Investimenti esteri diretti 22.5 miliardi Usd.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2021-09-07.

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«India attracted foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows of $22.53 billion during the first three months of the fiscal year starting on April 1»

«90% higher than the April-June period last year»

«India’s automobile industry accounted for 27% of the total FDI equity inflow»

«computer software and hardware and the services sectors which accounted for 17% and 11% of the inflows respectively»

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«Measures taken by the Government on the fronts of FDI policy reforms»

«cut corporate tax rates»

«investment facilitation»

«ease of doing business»

«labour reforms aimed at making hiring and firing workers easier»

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Le ultime frasi racchiudono la ricetta economica infallibile per ottenere simili risultati.

Gli investimenti esteri fluiscono per gradiente verso i paesi ove possano trovare condizioni ragionevoli.

Fuggono invece dai paesi ad alta tassazione, con altri costi energetici, con un mercato del lavoro ingessato da norme e regole paralizzanti.

Annualizzando questo macrodato, l’India si porta a casa quasi novanta miliardi Usd che le sono piovuti dal Cielo.

Tutto qua. In fondo, dovrebbe essere un ragionamento semplice.

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India attracts $22.5 bln in foreign direct investment in April-June 2021-govt

New Delhi, Aug 28 (Reuters) – India attracted foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows of $22.53 billion during the first three months of the fiscal year starting on April 1, 90% higher than the April-June period last year, the government said on Saturday.

India’s automobile industry accounted for 27% of the total FDI equity inflow, emerging as the brightest sector in Asia’s third-largest economy, followed by computer software and hardware and the services sectors which accounted for 17% and 11% of the inflows respectively, the trade ministry said in a statement.

“Measures taken by the Government on the fronts of FDI policy reforms, investment facilitation and ease of doing business have resulted in increased FDI inflows into the country,” the statement added.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s administration has cut corporate tax rates to woo manufacturers and revive private investment, introduced new farm laws and passed labour reforms aimed at making hiring and firing workers easier.