NEW DELHI: The next edition of India’s consolidated foreign direct investment or FDI policy document is expected to be released on March 31.
The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, is the nodal agency on FDI policy. It compiles all policies related to India’s FDI regime into a single document to make it simple and easy for investors to understand. The policy document would be a guide of sorts for foreign investors keen on parking their funds in India.
The DIPP has invited public comments on the document till January 16, it said.
Investors would otherwise need to go through various press notes issued by different government departments and RBI regulations to understand the policy. The government updates the policy every year.