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FDI-DIRECT & INDIRECT INVESTMENT

Foreign direct investments are when investors purchase a physical asset such as a plant, factory, or machinery in a foreign country.

Unlike direct investments, which investors own themselves, indirect investments are made in vehicles that pool investor money to buy and sell assets. Examples of indirect investments include hedge funds, mutual funds, and unit trusts

FDI-DIRECT & INDIRECT INVESTMENT

Foreign direct investments are when investors purchase a physical asset such as a plant, factory, or machinery in a foreign country.

Unlike direct investments, which investors own themselves, indirect investments are made in vehicles that pool investor money to buy and sell assets. Examples of indirect investments include hedge funds, mutual funds, and unit trusts

Direct foreign investment

Foreign direct investment (FDI) is a category of cross-border investment in which an investor resident in one economy establishes a lasting interest in and a significant degree of influence over an enterprise resident in another economy.

Indirect foreign investment

Indirect investment can be exemplified by the purchasing of shares in companies that specialize in property dealings, property index derivatives or the bonds of corporate property firms. The company's portfolio also includes indirect investments in generation, distribution and marketing of electricity energy.

Computation of foreign investment

Traditional calculation: Change in Net Foreign Assets = Current Account Balance Revised calculation: Change in Net Foreign Assets = Current Account Balance Plus/Minus Changes in the Value of Assets/Liabilities

Pricing of shares issued by an Indian company

Pricing rule is used to perform pricing adjustments to an order that will be applicable only if certain conditions are satisfied. A pricing rule is characterized by conditions and effects.

Direct foreign investment

Foreign direct investment (FDI) is a category of cross-border investment in which an investor resident in one economy establishes a lasting interest in and a significant degree of influence over an enterprise resident in another economy.

Indirect foreign investment

Indirect investment can be exemplified by the purchasing of shares in companies that specialize in property dealings, property index derivatives or the bonds of corporate property firms. The company's portfolio also includes indirect investments in generation, distribution and marketing of electricity energy.

Computation of foreign investment

Traditional calculation:
Change in Net Foreign Assets = Current Account Balance
Revised calculation:
Change in Net Foreign Assets = Current Account Balance Plus/Minus Changes in the Value of Assets/Liabilities

Pricing of shares issued by an Indian company

Pricing rule is used to perform pricing adjustments to an order that will be applicable only if certain conditions are satisfied. A pricing rule is characterized by conditions and effects.

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