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The article briefs about the Indian Investment Centre, direct foreign investment, NRI investment, ventures in India and abroad and the MOU with different financial institutions.

Indian Investment Centre

The Indian Investment Centre is a Government of India organization and enjoys nearly more than three decades of rich understanding in investment promotion. It is the body which is to be contacted first fir investment and is the single window agency for bona fide information or any assistance that may be required for investments, technical collaborations and joint ventures. All the services provided by the Indian Investment Centre are free of charge.

Direct Foreign Investment
The Indian Investment Centre is the body which is known to generate wider knowledge about conditions, laws, policies, procedures and incentives pertaining to investment and the infrastructural facilities available; and of investment opportunities in India. The Indian Investment Centre functions as a single reference point for foreign investment projects and aids Indian and foreign entrepreneurs in meeting the procedural requirements of project approvals. It also aids them in over-coming bottlenecks, if any, in the process for implementation of the project. It hence informs and assists foreign entrepreneurs on matters pertaining to financial and technical collaborations in India.

The Indian Investment Centre advises foreign investors on setting up industrial projects in India. It provides them information regarding investment environment and opportunities. It also apprises the investors about Government, industrial and foreign investment policies, facilities and incentives taxation laws and assists them in identifying collaborators in India. Overseas the Government body assists Indian companies in discovering source of capital and technology, hence facilitating foreign collaborations. It undertakes promotional work and guides entrepreneurs abroad via diplomatic officers in the external affairs office and other relevant organizations.

Non-Resident Indian Investment
The Indian Investment Centre is the main organization responsible for promoting investment in India by Non Resident Indians (NRIs) and Overseas Corporate Bodies with NRI holdings, providing them lead services. It is functioning as a sole agency for projects with NRI investment and provides all the necessary services for setting up such projects. The Indian Investment Centre apprises them of Government policies and procedures and the services and inducements available to them. The necessary data for the selection of projects is made available to the NRIs and Overseas Corporate bodies. The nodal agency also assists them in obtaining the approval of the Government authorities. The Indian Investment Centre stands on the State Level Review Committees, which monitors the execution of the projects and thus help them in removing complicatedness, if any, in the process of implementation.

Ventures In India
  • Foreign Entrepreneurs
  • Investment opportunities
  • Secretarial assistance
  • Location decisions
  • Indian Collaborator
Indian Businessmen
  • Global scenario
  • Technology sourcing
  • Capital sourcing
  • Foreign collaborator
Indian Ventures Abroad
  • Foreign Entrepreneurs
  • Technology sourcing
  • Indian Collaborator
Indian Businessmen
  • Opportunities abroad
  • Foreign Collaborator
Memoranda Of Understanding
  • The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi Ltd
  • ANZ Grind lays Bank
  • Oman International Bank
  • Korea Institute of Industry and Technology Information
  • Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation
  • Belgian Corporation for International Investment
  • Industrialization Fund for Developing Countries, Denmark
  • Sanpaolo Bank, Italy
  • Industrial Development Corporation of Trinidad and Tobago
  • Singapore Trade Development Board
  • Commerzbank Germany

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