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Foreign capital in "free" India by Communist Party of India

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Published by C.P.I. in Bombay .
Written in English


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Reprinted from Communist, Vol. 3, no. 1, Jan. 1950.

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Paginationpages 39
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26444904M

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The Book Deals With All Aspects Of The Foreign Policy Of India In Detail During Different Phases. All The Events Have Been Recorded In The Chronological Order. In The Introductory Chapter The Meaning And Definition Of Foreign Policy, Its Important Contents And Elements Have Been Traced In Detail In A Simple And Lucid Manner. In The Next Chapters Various Aspects Of India S Foreign Policy Have 4/5(3). ADVERTISEMENTS: In this article we will discuss about the foreign capital in India: 1. History of Foreign Capital 2. True Nature of Foreign Capital 3. Purpose-Wise Composition 4. Role. History of Foreign Capital: Before Starting roughly with the conquest of Bengal in by the East India company, there was a continuous outflow of resources [ ]. Why are some states in India able to facilitate foreign capital inflows better while others are not? This book addresses the socio-political factors such as ideas and interests of political actors, which produce the different levels of foreign direct investment (FDI) in states of India.   The Forms of Foreign Capital Flowing into India include, NRI deposits, which are made in profitable foreign currency accounts. The total amount of Foreign Capital Flowing into India in the form of NRI deposits came to US$ billion in , in this figure stood at US$ billion, and in this figure increased to.