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News Annexure 2012 to September 2014. FDI trends during the last three years, and after c. Trends in the Financial Year 2016-17 the launch of Make in India initiative are presented below: ● The FDI equity inflow received during the F.Y. 2016-17 is US$ 43.48 billion. It shows A. Trends for the period of last 3 years an increase of 9% compared to previous F.Y. (2014-15 to 2016-17) 2015-16 (US $ 40.00 billion). It is the highest ever for a particular financial year. ● The FDI equity inflow received during the last three financial years is US$ 114.41 billion. ● The FDI equity inflow received through It shows an increase of 40% compared to approval route during F.Y. 2016-17 amounts previous period of three financial years (2011- to US$ 5.90 billion, which is 65% higher than 12 to 2013-14) (US $ 81.84 billion). the previous year (US $ 3.57 billion). ● The FDI equity inflow received through ● The overall manufacturing sectors have approval route amounts to US$ 11.69 billion, witnessed a tremendous growth of 52% in which is 64% higher than the previous three comparison to previous F.Y. 2015-16 (i.e. from years (US $ 7.15 billion). US$ 13.35 billion to US$ 20.26 billion). ● The overall manufacturing sectors have ● The total FDI inflow grew by 8%, i.e. US $ witnessed a growth of 4% in comparison to 60.08 billion in 2016-17 in comparison to previous three financial years (i.e. from US$ US $ 55.56 billion of the previous year. It 48.03 billion to US$ 50.09 billion). is the highest ever for a particular financial year. Prior to this, the highest FDI inflow was ● The total FDI inflow during last three years reported in the F.Y. (2015-16). n grew by 38%. B. Trends after Make in India initiative (October, 2014 to March, 2017) ● The FDI equity inflow received after the launch of Make in India initiative i.e. October, 2014 to March, 2017 of 30 months is US$ 99.72 billion. It shows an increase of 62% compared to previous 30 months before the launch of MII initiative i.e. April 2012 to Sept. 2014 (US $ 61.41 billion). ● The overall manufacturing sectors have witnessed a growth of 14% in comparison to previous 30 months before launch of Make in India initiative (i.e. from US$ 35.52 billion to US$ 40.47 billion). ● The total FDI inflow grew by 51%, i.e. US $ 137.44 billion in comparison to US $ 90.98 billion of the previous 30 months before the launch of Make in India initiative i.e. April 36 Laghu Udyog Samachar
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