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Govt may liberalise FDI norms for space sector: DPIIT Secy

The government may liberalise foreign direct investment norms for the country’s Space sector, as it eyes further improvement in ease of doing business, a top official said on Friday. Presently, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the Space sector is allowed up to 100 per cent in the area of Satellites-Establishment and Operations through government route […]

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Looking at further easing FDI norms in space sector: DPIIT secretary Rajesh Kumar Singh

The government is looking at further easing foreign direct investment (FDI) norms in the space sector to attract overseas players, a top official said on Monday. Secretary in the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) Rajesh Kumar Singh said that huge scope is there for Saudi Arabian companies to invest in India

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Loan defaulters and those facing probe need NOC to invest abroad

The finance ministry on Tuesday made it tougher for loan defaulters and those facing probe by investigative agencies to invest in overseas entities. They will now have to secure a no-objection certificate (NOC) from their lenders, or the regulators or probe agencies concerned before making overseas investments, according to the new norms notified by the

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Govt may liberalise FDI norms for space sector: DPIIT Secy

The government may liberalise foreign direct investment norms for the country’s Space sector, as it eyes further improvement in ease of doing business, a top official said on Friday. Presently, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the Space sector is allowed up to 100 per cent in the area of Satellites-Establishment and Operations through government route

Govt may liberalise FDI norms for space sector: DPIIT Secy Read More »

Loan defaulters and those facing probe need NOC to invest abroad

The finance ministry on Tuesday made it tougher for loan defaulters and those facing probe by investigative agencies to invest in overseas entities. They will now have to secure a no-objection certificate (NOC) from their lenders, or the regulators or probe agencies concerned before making overseas investments, according to the new norms notified by the

Loan defaulters and those facing probe need NOC to invest abroad Read More »

Looking at further easing FDI norms in space sector: DPIIT secretary Rajesh Kumar Singh

The government is looking at further easing foreign direct investment (FDI) norms in the space sector to attract overseas players, a top official said on Monday. Secretary in the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) Rajesh Kumar Singh said that huge scope is there for Saudi Arabian companies to invest in India

Looking at further easing FDI norms in space sector: DPIIT secretary Rajesh Kumar Singh Read More »

Govt may liberalise FDI norms for space sector: DPIIT Secy

The government may liberalise foreign direct investment norms for the country’s Space sector, as it eyes further improvement in ease of doing business, a top official said on Friday. Presently, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the Space sector is allowed up to 100 per cent in the area of Satellites-Establishment and Operations through government route

Govt may liberalise FDI norms for space sector: DPIIT Secy Read More »

Looking at further easing FDI norms in space sector: DPIIT secretary Rajesh Kumar Singh

The government is looking at further easing foreign direct investment (FDI) norms in the space sector to attract overseas players, a top official said on Monday. Secretary in the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) Rajesh Kumar Singh said that huge scope is there for Saudi Arabian companies to invest in India

Looking at further easing FDI norms in space sector: DPIIT secretary Rajesh Kumar Singh Read More »

Loan defaulters and those facing probe need NOC to invest abroad

The finance ministry on Tuesday made it tougher for loan defaulters and those facing probe by investigative agencies to invest in overseas entities. They will now have to secure a no-objection certificate (NOC) from their lenders, or the regulators or probe agencies concerned before making overseas investments, according to the new norms notified by the

Loan defaulters and those facing probe need NOC to invest abroad Read More »