A Study on Effectiveness of FDI on Unorganised Retail Sector of India

  • N Kannan Former Associate Professor, Department of Commerce, Yadava College, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India
  • A Kumar Head & Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, Prist Deemed to be University, Sivagangai, Tamil Nadu, India https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9653-1532
  • P Lakshmi Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, Prist Deemed to be University, Sivagangai, Tamil Nadu, India
Keywords: FDI in India, GDP of India, Unorganized retail sector

Abstract

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) plays a very vital role in economic development for any developing and under-developing nation, the largest democracy, and the second-largest populated country in the world is facing a tremendous challenge to fight against inflation and unemployment. FDI can provide the life-blood to the Indian economy. Though late the UPA-II Government, headed by Dr. Manmohan Singh, has decided the d on November-2012, in respect of proposals involving FDI beyond 52 percent, it is mandatory to source 30 percent of the value of the goods purchased from India, preferably MSMEs. Making India is the most open economy in the world, Modi Government announced its second major reform in FDI soon after its deep-seated changes. The Government, since the beginning, has been taken steps to boost FDI in the country to create a different climate so that foreign investors feel confident in investing. Putting an end to the long-standing discussion on the Processing of e-commerce in India, Government permitted 100 percent FDI in the market place format e-commerce retailing and also come up with the definition of a marketplace and inventoryled models of e-commerce. All these factors are dwindling purchasing from unorganized retail shops. This research paper will try to find out the impact of FDI on the unorganized retail sector in India as well as the effectiveness of FDI on Agro Products.

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2020-07-01
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