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Indian Government liberalises FDI policy

An update from Clyde & Co's associated firm in India: Clasis Law.

On 14 September 2012, the Indian Government approved the proposal of the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP) for amendment of the existing policy on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in relation to a range of sectors including retail trading, civil aviation, broadcasting and power trading exchanges.

This update touches on developments with respect to:

  • Single-brand Retail Trading
  • Multi-brand Retail Trading
  • Civil Aviation Sector
  • Broadcasting Sector
  • Power Trading Exchanges

Clyde & Co's associated firm in India, Clasis Law, has provided the linked update

Written by Vineet Aneja, Partner, Clasis Law (New Delhi) and Sakate Khaitan, Partner, Clasis Law (London)

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