FDI India Observes High Action in Foreign Debt Among Indian Manufacturing
FDI India, a one-of-its-kind startup consultancy firm, has seen immense demand for foreign debt largely from companies in the manufacturing sector that are now exploring alternative lending avenues for business growth through the most credible route in the aftermath of COVID-19. The company attributes this surge in growth to the government’s dedicated initiatives like ‘Make in India’ and ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ and sector-specific incentives to various manufacturing companies; giving a rise to innumerable companies in sectors such as Auto Components, Textile & Garments, Pharmaceuticals, Electronic Systems, Chemicals etc.
India is on the pathway to emerge as a global manufacturing hub with the sector estimated to reach US $1 trillion by 2025. Under the Make in India initiative, the Government aims to increase the share of the manufacturing sector to the country’s GDP to 25% by 2025. Amidst the pandemic, India received the highest ever inflow of Foreign investment driven by the measures taken by the government on the fronts of FDI policy reforms, investment facilitation, and ease of doing business; resulting in heightened interest from foreign investors globally.
FDI India, with the largest network of global investors from across 15 countries, has been at the forefront in providing consultancy to hundreds of Indian businesses with a wide range of services including Financial Planning & assistance, connecting them to the right foreign investors and project planning. Dedicatedly serving 27+ sectors including Manufacturing, Pharmaceuticals, Solar and Hydro Plants, Construction, Hospitality, Education, Mining and Metal, Food Processing Sectors, etc, the company enables thriving Indian businesses to obtain soft loans with a minimum ticket size of INR 50 Cr at 3.25% per annum on reducing balance.
Commenting on the same, Mr. Vishal Yadav, CEO & Founder, FDI India, said “We are seeing a significant rise in the number of businesses from the manufacturing sector reaching out to us especially in the last 6 months. Businesses are seen looking for a credible route, the reforms brought in by the government with respect to the FDI have cemented India as a preferred investment destination among global investors. Through FDI India, we are aiming to transform the face of FDI facilitation services in order to help the businesses with financial strength. With our interactive platform, we are handholding businesses in the investment lifecycle right from pre-investment to after-care enabling financial strength to them”.