Permitted FDI in India

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Permitted FDI in India

  • Food Processing & Trading
    • 100% FDI under Government approval route is allowed for retail trading, including through e- commerce, in respect of food products manufactured and/or produced in India
    • FDI up to 100%, under the automatic route, is allowed in food processing industries
  • Agriculture
    • Entities engaged in floriculture, horticulture, apiculture and cultivation of vegetables & mushrooms under controlled conditions; development and production of seeds and planting material, services related to agro and allied sectors
    • Upto 100% FDI is permitted under the automatic route
  • Plantation
    • Entities engaged in plantation of tea, coffee, rubber, cardamom, palm oil & olive oil
    • Upto 100% FDI is permitted under the automatic route
  • Single-Brand Retail Trading
    • Entities that undertake manufacturing operations in India
    • Upto 100% FDI is permitted under the automatic route
    • Upto 49% FDI would be permitted under the automatic route, and FDI beyond 49% would fall under the approval route
  • Multi-Brand Retail Trading
    • MBRT refers to entities that sell goods (to end consumers) of various brands
    • Upto 51% FDI is permitted for entities engaged in MBRT activities
    • Minimum of US$ 100 million to be bought in through FDI, 50% of which is to be invested in back-end infrastructure
  • Wholesale Trading
    • Entities that sell goods to other retailers, industrial, commercial or business users, but not to end consumers
    • Upto 100% FDI is permitted under the automatic route
  • E-commerce
    • Entities that act as a digital marketplace for other retailers to sell products to end consumers
    • Upto 100% FDI is permitted under the automatic route

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