Economic Development in India and the Interconnection to Foreign Investment
PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThis paper looks at the history of economic development in India, and then goes on to show how India's liberalizing reforms has allowed it to become a strong contender in International foreign investment. I begin by establishing how India's economic outlook has changed over the years, and what brought about these changes. By making such changes, I then focus on India's foreign investment and relationship with parts of Africa, and then compare this investment with China's substantial position Africa as well. I discuss the differences - both beneficial and not - of having government led versus private led foreign investment.
Degree ProgramHonors College