India has changed its foreign direct investment policy and at the same time China, which has wrong and bad intentions, has seen billions of rupees lost.
At the time of the deadly coronavirus, the Government of India Made very big changes in the policy. These investment control provisions imposed by India have now been shown by China to be discriminatory. Clearly, China’s bewilderment is being seen.
Now it is necessary to know why India had to take such a big step in the end. So the answer is that China wants to take advantage of the recession caused by the Coronavirus and India has to take such a step because it cannot take advantage of it.
There are currently 16 Chinese FPIs registered in India. The company has an Investment of 1.1 billion in top-tier shares in India. However, it is informally difficult to know how much China is investing in the Indian stock market. Because they do not invest through Indian Asset Manager.
India’s policy change means that government approval is now mandatory for any Chinese company to buy a stake in India. Under the rules so far, people from any country other than Pakistan and Bangladesh could invest directly in India. But the only thing that can’t happen now is that China is irritated.