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Piyush Goyal Updated Foreign Investments and ‘Make in India’ Programme in Rajya Sabha

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Since the launch of Make in India programme, FDI inflow during the period April 2014 to December 2019 has been USD 335.33 billion which is nearly 51% of cumulative FDI in India since April 2000.  In 2018-19, FDI inflow stood at a record of USD 62 billion, highest ever recorded for a fiscal year ever. The financial year wise FDI Inflow and FDI Equity inflow is placed at Annexure I. The state-wise details of FDI Equity inflow are maintained w.e.f. October, 2019 and placed at Annexure II.

A comprehensive statewide set of information given by the Minister of Commerce and Industry, Shri PiyushGoyal, in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha

Make in India’ is not a scheme rather an initiative which was launched on September, 2014 with the objective of facilitating investment, fostering innovation, building best class manufacturing infrastructure, making it easy to do business and enhancing skill development. The initiative is further aimed at creating a conducive environment for investment, modern and efficient infrastructure, opening up new sectors for foreign investment and forging a partnership between government and industry through positive mindset.

Make in India initiative has made significant achievements and presently focuses on 27 sectors under Make in India 2.0. The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade is coordinating action plans for 15 manufacturing sectors, while Department of Commerce is coordinating action plans for 12 service sectors.

At the same time, investment promotion and facilitation activities under the Make in India initiative are being undertaken by several Central Government Ministries/ Departments and various State Governments from time to time. The data about total number of manufacturing units set up is therefore not maintained centrally. Further, Ministries formulate action plans, programmes, schemes and policies for the sectors being dealt by them. This Department does not maintain information on such formulations by the line ministries.

ANNEXURE I

 

S. No.Financial YearFDI Equity Inflow

(amount in US$ million)

FDI Inflow

(amount in US$ million)

12014-1529,73745,148
22015-1640,00155,559
32016-1743,47860,220
42017-18 (P)44,85760,974
52018-19 (P)44,36662,001
62019-20 (P) (up to December, 2019)36,76951,429
 Total239,208335,331

 

Source: Reserve Bank of India & DPIIT

 

ANNEXURE II

 

STATEMENT ON STATE-WISE FDI EQUITY INFLOWS FROM OCTOBER 2019 TO DECEMBER 2019

 

S.No.State NameAmount of Foreign Direct Investment Equity Inflows (In US$ Million)Percentage with Inflows
1MAHARASHTRA3133.529.34
2DELHI2441.4422.88
3KARNATAKA2384.5322.35
4GUJARAT871.538.16
5TAMIL NADU525.34.92
6HARYANA447.014.19
7TELANGANA310.792.91
8RAJASTHAN157.841.48
9ANDHRA PRADESH64.60.61
10WEST BENGAL58.670.55
11GOA52.930.50
12PUNJAB45.480 43
13UTTAR PRADESH37.120.35
14MADHYA PRADESH30.940.29
15KERALA29.120.27
16UTTARAKHAND11.30.11
17HIMACHAL PRADESH9.970.09
18ASSAM2.550.02
19CHANDIGARH2.230.02
20ORISSA2.030.02
21PONDICHERRY0.450.00
22JHARKHAND0.440.00
23BIHAR0.090.00
24DADRA & NAGAR HAVELI00.00
25State Not Indicated53.470.50
 Grand Total10673.34 

Source: Reserve Bank of India.

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