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Investment In Government Corporation

Recently, the 49 Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) listed on the stock exchanges contributed about 22% of the total market capitalization.  following are the sector lists where Government of India Planning to disinvest in coming years.

Advantages for Investor

  • World’s largest democracy
  • Stable political environment and responsive administrative set up
  • Land of abundant natural resources and diverse climatic conditions
  • Second most attractive FDI location in the world
  • Healthy macro-economic fundamentals
  • Cost competitiveness; low labour costs
  • Large pool of skilled manpower resources.
  • Strong knowledge base with significant English speaking population
  • Young country with a median age of 30 years by 2025
  • Huge untapped market potential
  • Investor friendly policies and incentive based schemes
  • Progressive simplification and rationalization of direct and indirect tax structures
  • Reduction in import tariffs
  • Full current account convertibility
  • Compliance with WTO norms
  • Well established judiciary
  • Robust banks and financial institution

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