Banks Support Commodity Trades But Not IPR Project Invest
October31, 2017 (C) Ravinder Singh email@example.com
Out of $600b invested by India Companies in Foreign Countries and$1000b Foreign Investment in India there is very little role of 99.99% or1.3b Indians.
As given in RBI recent study of Rs.38,75,000 Cr Of Investments and Credits to Indian Companies contribute just Rs.2,17,600 Cr of Imports & Exports. Foreign Companies on the other hand contributes Rs.10,10,700 Cr of Imports & Exports – FIVE TIMES MORE CONTRIBUTION.
India has Totally Neglected MSMEs and R&D – both PROTEIN and VITAMINS of Indian Economy. Invest in MSMEs is Negative as Percentage of GDP and R&D is at ZERO Level –
Why can’t India have INVEST OVERSEAS PROGRAM FOR INDIAN BRAINS supported by BANKS to Acquire FOREIGN R&D, TECH AND MANUFACTURING COMPANIES and LEVERAGE advantages of locating in Foreign Countries and their Institutions Supporting INVENTIONS & MANUFACTURING?
China INCUBATED BRAINS in USA, EU, JAPAN – who then Led Manufacturing Growth on return with ADVANCED SKILLS, India supported DEAD BRAINS like Tata or Ambani who acquired OIL & GAS blocks, Power, Telecom in 2002 all flopped. Tata has over 25 may be 50 Foreign Collaboration in Automotive sector alone.
Why Can’t India have ‘PROPERTY EXCHANGE PROGRAM’ Indian Professionals sell their Assets in India to Company or Individual in Foreign Country where he intends to MIGRATE? There is no financial burden in this but Rewarding to both partners.
When professionals in Developed Countries – USA, EU in particular can freely invest in foreign countries and relocate to places where they can best utilize their skills – 99.99% Indians are RESTRICTED and Not Supported by Indian Banks.
Banks Support TRADE and traders do manage to INVEST THROUGH TRANSACTION MANAGEMENT or HAWALA – but Inventors & Professionals are not supported and there is no INVEST ABROAD POLICYfor Inventors & Investments even as Investment in Developed country by Indians is more secure than Investing in India.
i.e. There is no Such Thing as NPA in USA – a Company or an Individual DEFAULTING in ‘Bank Dues Invite Swift Action’ – Banks recover dues Plus Damages.
1.3b Indian BRAINS are not Globalized.
Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
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Smart Cities, Water, Energy Saving, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Technologies and Projects
Census on Foreign Liabilities & Assets of Indian Direct Investment Companies 2015-16
In the 2015-16 round of FLA census, out of the 18,549 reporting companies, 17,008 companies had FDI/ODI in their balance sheet in March 2016. Of these, 649 companies had bi-directional direct investment, 14,383 companies received only FDI and 1,976 had only ODI. Of the 15,032 companies that reported inward direct investment, 10,794 companies were subsidiaries of foreign companies (i.e., single foreign investor holding is more than 50% of total equity), which also report information on their sales, purchase, exports and imports, for use in the compilation of Foreign Affiliates Trade Statistics (FATS) for India. Out of 2,625 ODI reporting Indian companies, 2,093 companies had 3,320 overseas subsidiaries. As some companies may still report, the results presented here are provisional.
Inward/Outward Direct Investment: Equity participation had a much larger share (93.4 per cent) than debt in total inward FDI, which stood atRs.20,140.0 billion at market value in March 2016 (Rs.19,813.4 billion a year ago). Total ODI was placed at Rs.5,790.2 billion at market value (Rs.5,637.0 billion a year ago).
Other Investment: Other investment liabilities, which include trade credit, loans, currency & deposits and other payable with unrelated (third party) nonresident entity, stood at Rs.12,640.8 billion in March 2016 (Rs.12,333.1 billion a year ago).
Sales/Purchases of Overseas Subsidiaries of Indian Companies: Total sales, including exports, of overseas subsidiaries increased by 22.5 per cent to Rs.3,301.1 billion in 2015-16. The total value of their purchase, including imports, increased by 44.7 per cent to Rs.3,150.7 billion in 2015-16.
Exports/Imports of Overseas Subsidiaries of Indian Companies: Total exports of overseas subsidiaries increased by 0.5 per cent to Rs.988.2 billion in 2015-16 whereas their total imports increased by 10.5 per cent toRs.1,188.3 billion in 2015-16.
FOREIGN SUBSIDIARY COMPANIES
Sales/Purchases of Foreign Subsidiary Companies in India: Total sales, including exports, of foreign subsidiaries increased by 6.2 per cent toRs.17,078.2 billion in 2015-16 whereas their purchase, including imports, increased by 5.5 per cent to Rs.10,812.2 billion.
Exports/Imports of Foreign Subsidiary Companies in India: Total exports of foreign subsidiaries companies increased by 0.9 per cent toRs.5,493.6 billion in 2015-16. Exports constituted 32.2 per cent share in their total sales. The ‘Information and communication services’ sector had the highest share of 21.4 per cent in sales, of which, 70.6 per cent was through exports. Total imports of subsidiary companies increased by 0.2 per cent to Rs.4,614.2 billion in 2015-16. Imports accounted for 42.7 per cent of total purchase of these companies