The Government of India recently introduced long-awaited reforms to its Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) policy by allowing foreign investors to invest in Indian supermarkets and other retail stores (multi-brand retail), single brand stores (single brand retail) and broadcasting companies and by allowing foreign airlines to invest in Indian airlines. The reforms open up significant opportunities for foreign investors in India but the applicable conditions could also create risks.
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