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    QUATERLY FACT SHEET

    FACT SHEET ON FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI) FROM APRIL, 2000 to SEPTEMBER, 2020

    (Updated up to SEPTEMBER, 2020) I. CUMULATIVE FDI FLOWS INTO INDIA (2000-2020):

    A. TOTAL FDI INFLOWS (from April, 2000 to September, 2020):

    1. CUMULATIVE AMOUNT OF FDI INFLOWS

    (Equity inflows +‘Re-invested earnings’ +‘Other capital’) -

    US$

    721,783

    Million

    2. CUMULATIVE AMOUNT OF FDI EQUITY INFLOWS

    (excluding, amount remitted through RBI’s NRI Schemes)

    Rs.

    2,956,524

    Crore

    US$

    500,001

    Million

    B. FDI INFLOWS DURING SECOND QUARTER OF FINANCIAL YEAR 2020-21 (JULY, 2020 TO SEPTEMBER, 2020):

    1.

    TOTAL FDI INFLOWS INTO INDIA

    (Equity inflows + ‘Re-invested earnings’ + ‘Other capital’)

    (as per RBI’s Monthly bulletins)

    -

    US$

    28,102

    Million

    2. FDI EQUITY INFLOWS

    Rs.

    174,793

    Crore

    US$

    23,441

    Million

    C. FDI EQUITY INFLOWS (MONTH-WISE) DURING THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2020-21:

    Financial Year 2020-21

    ( April - September)

    Amount of FDI Equity inflows

    (In Rs. Crore) (In US$ mn)

    1. April, 2020 21,133 2,772 2. May, 2020 16,951 2,240 3. June, 2020 11,736 1,550 4. July, 2020 22,866 3,049 5. August, 2020 130,576 17,487 6. September, 2020 21,350 2,906 2020-21 (form April, 2020 to September, 2020) # 224,613 30,004 2019-20 (form April, 2019 to September, 2019) # 182,000 26,096

    %age growth over last year (+) 23% (+) 15%

    Note:(i) Country & Sector specific analysis is available from the year 2000 onwards, as Remittance-wise details

    are provided by RBI from April, 2000 onwards only. # Figures are provisional, subject to reconciliation with RBI, Mumbai.

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    D. SHARE OF TOP INVESTING COUNTRIES FDI EQUITY INFLOWS (Financial years):

    Amount in Rupees Crores (in US$ Million)

    Rank s Country

    2018-19 (April – March)

    2019-20 (April – March)

    2020-21 (April –

    September)

    Cumulative Inflows

    (April, 00 - September,20)

    %age to total

    Inflows (in terms of US $)

    1. MAURITIUS 57,139 (8,084)

    57,785 (8,241)

    15,019 (2,003)

    810,960 (144,713)

    29%

    2. SINGAPORE 112,362 (16,228)

    103,615 (14,671)

    62,084 (8,301)

    671,646 (105,970) 21%

    3. U.S.A. 22,335 (3,139)

    29,850 (4,223)

    53,266 (7,123)

    229,488 (36,902) 7%

    4. NETHERLANDS 27,036 (3,870)

    46,071 (6,500)

    11,306 (1,498)

    219,628 (35,350) 7%

    5. JAPAN 20,556 (2,965)

    22,774 (3,226)

    4,932 (653)

    201,037 (34,152) 7%

    6. U.K. 9,352

    (1,351) 10,041 (1,422)

    10,155 (1,352)

    160,566 (29,563) 6%

    7. GERMANY 6,187 (886)

    3,467 (488)

    1,498 (202)

    70,442 (12,398) 2%

    8. CYPRUS 2,134 (296)

    6,449 (879)

    355 (48)

    58,348 (10,796) 2%

    9. FRANCE 2,890 (406)

    13,686 (1,896)

    8,494 (1,135)

    59,005 (9,675) 2%

    10. CAYMAN ISLANDS 7,147

    (1,008) 26,397 (3,702)

    15,672 (2,103)

    65,520 (9,639) 2%

    TOTAL FDI INFLOWS FROM ALL COUNTRIES *

    309,867 (44,366)

    353,558 (49,977)

    224,613 (30,004)

    2,957,057 (500,123)

    -

    *Includes inflows under NRI Schemes of RBI. Note: (i) Cumulative country-wise FDI equity inflows (from April, 2000 to September, 2020) are at – Annex-‘A’.

    (ii) %age worked out in US$ terms & FDI inflows received through FIPB/SIA+ RBI’s Automatic Route + acquisition of existing shares only. (iii) Figures are provisional.

    E. SECTORS ATTRACTING HIGHEST FDI EQUITY INFLOWS: Amount in Rs. Crores (in US$ Million)

    Ranks Sector 2018-19 (April – March)

    2019-20 (April – March)

    2020-21 (April –

    September)

    Cumulative Inflows

    (April, 00 - September, 20)

    % age to total Inflows (In terms of US$)

    1. SERVICES SECTOR ** 63,909 (9,158)

    55,429 (7,854)

    16,955 (2,252)

    488,685 (84,255)

    17%

    2. COMPUTER SOFTWARE & HARDWARE

    45,297 (6,415)

    54,250 (7,673)

    131,169 (17,554)

    407,175 (62,466)

    12%

    3 TELECOMMUNICATIONS 18,337 (2,668)

    30,940 (4,445)

    50 (7)

    219,238 (37,278)

    7%

    4. TRADING 30,963 (4,462)

    32,406 (4,574)

    7,140 (949)

    183,145 (28,543)

    6%

    5.

    CONSTRUCTION DEVELOPMENT: Townships, housing, built-up infrastructure and construction- development projects

    1,503 (213)

    4,350 (617)

    887 (118)

    124,851 (25,780)

    5%

    6. AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY 18,309 (2,623)

    19,753 (2,824)

    3,162 (417)

    146,904 (24,628)

    5%

    7. CHEMICALS (OTHER THAN FERTILIZERS)

    13,685 (1,981)

    7,492 (1,058)

    3,287 (437)

    101,842 (18,077)

    4%

    8. CONSTRUCTION (INFRASTRUCTURE) ACTIVITIES

    15,927 (2,258)

    14,510 (2,042)

    2,814 (377)

    111,197 (17,223)

    3%

    9. DRUGS & PHARMACEUTICALS 1,842 (266)

    3,650 (518)

    2,715 (367)

    90,529 (16,868)

    3%

    10. HOTEL & TOURISM 7,590

    (1,076) 21,060 (2,938)

    2,128 (283)

    93,907 (15,572)

    3%

    Note: (i)** Services sector includes Financial, Banking, Insurance, Non-Financial / Business, Outsourcing, R&D, Courier, Tech. Testing and Analysis, Other

    (ii) Cumulative Sector- wise FDI equity inflows (from April, 2000 to September, 2020) are at - Annex-‘B’. (iii) FDI Sectoral data has been revalidated / reconciled in line with the RBI, which reflects minor changes in the FDI figures (increase/decrease) as compared to the earlier published sectoral data. (iv) Figures are provisional.

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    F. STATES/UTs ATTRACTING HIGHEST FDI EQUITY INFLOWS Amount in Rupees Crores (in US$ Million)

    S. No.

    STATE

    2019-20 (October –

    March)

    2020-21 (April –

    September)

    Cumulative Inflows

    (October, 19 - September, 20)

    %age to total Inflows

    (in terms of US$)

    1 GUJARAT 18,964 (2,591)

    1,19,566 (16,005)

    1,38,530 (18,596)

    35%

    2 MAHARASHTRA 52,073 (7,263)

    27,143 (3,619)

    79,216 (10,882)

    20%

    3 KARNATAKA 30,746 (4,289)

    27,458 (3,660)

    58,204 (7,949)

    15%

    4 DELHI 28,487 (3,973)

    19,863 (2,663)

    48,350 (6,635)

    12%

    5 JHARKHAND 13,208 (1,852)

    5,990 (792)

    19,198 (2,644)

    5%

    6 TAMIL NADU 7,230

    (1,006) 7,062 (938)

    14,292 (1,944)

    4%

    7 HARYANA 5,198 (726)

    5,111 (682)

    10,310 (1,408)

    3%

    8 TELANGANA 4,865 (680)

    5,045 (668)

    9,910 (1,348)

    3%

    9 UTTAR PRADESH 1,738 (243)

    1,680 (225)

    3,418 (468)

    1%

    10 WEST BENGAL 1,363 (190)

    1,985 (261)

    3,348 (451)

    1%

    Note: (i) Cumulative State-wise/UT-wise FDI equity inflows (from October, 2019 to September, 2020) are at – Annex-‘C’.

    (ii) %age worked out in US$ terms & FDI inflows received through FIPB/SIA+ RBI’s Automatic Route + acquisition of existing shares only.

    (iii) Figures are provisional.

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    II. FINANCIAL YEAR-WISE FDI INFLOWS DATA: A. AS PER INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICES:

    (Data on FDI have been revised since 2000-01 with expended coverage to approach International Best Practices) (Amount US$ Million)

    Source: (i) RBI’s Bulletin for November, 2020 dt.11.11.2020 (Table No. 34 – FOREIGN INVESTMENT INFLOWS). (ii) Inflows under the acquisition of shares in March, 2011, August, 2011 & October, 2011, include net FDI on account of

    transfer of participating interest from Reliance Industries Ltd. to BP Exploration (Alpha). (iv) RBI had included Swap of Shares of US$ 3.1 billion under equity components during December 2006. (v) Monthly data on components of FDI as per expended coverage are not available. These data, therefore, are not

    comparable with FDI data for previous years. (vi) Figures updated by RBI up to September, 2020. Figures are provisional. (vii) Data in respect of ‘Re-invested earnings’ & ‘Other capital’ are estimated as average of previous two years.

    ‘#’ Figures for equity capital of unincorporated bodies are estimates. (P) All figures are provisional

    S. N o.

    Financial Year (April-March)

    FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI)

    Investment by FII’s Foreign Institutional

    Investors Fund (ne