FDI in India Advantages and Disadvantages
First of all, FDI means Foreign Direct Investment which is mainly dealings with monetary matters and using this way they acquires standalone position in the Indian economy. Their policy is very simple to remove rivals. In beginning days they sell products at low price so other competitor shut down in few months. And then companies like Wall-Mart will increase prices than actual product price.
They are focusing on national and international economic concerns. There are four main working pillars of FDI. They are financial collaborations, technical collaborations and joint ventures, capital markets via Euro issues, and private placements or preferential allotments.
There are two types of FDI, one is inward FDI and second is outward FDI. Ongoing news suggests that largest retailer Wal-Mart has demanded for 51% of international dealings in FDI in Indian markets which had called nationwide strike.
From positive and negative aspects FDI has its own advantages and disadvantages. Advantages
Increase economic growth by dealing with different international products
1 million (10 lakh) employment will create in three years - UPA Government
Billion dollars will be invested in Indian market
Spread import and export business in different countries
Agriculture related people will get good price of their goods Disadvantages
Will affect 50 million merchants in India
Profit distribution, investment ratios are not fixed
An economically backward class person suffers from price raise
Retailer faces loss in business
Market places are situated too far which increases traveling expenses
Workers safety and policies are not mentioned clearly
Inflation may be increased
Again India become slaves because of FDI in retail sector