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Single cap for FDI, FII on the cards
Thursday, June 07, 2007

After much debate on the cap on foreign direct investment (FDI) and foreign institutional investors (FII), the Indian government is most likely to impose a composite limit on both, across all sectors.

The real estate industry would face the brunt of this policy change, as would asset reconstruction companies and direct-to-home broadcasters.

These industries currently have varying limits on FDI , and the equity component would have to be revised by companies to comply with the new policy.

The composite cap would enable the government to monitor foreign investment in real estate and avert infringement of regulations.

The National Security Advisor maintains that a close watch on capital inflows from FIIs was imperative to safeguard national interests.

The debate on sectoral caps on FIIs and FDI came up when the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) had permitted FIIs to pick up stocks in airline companies over and above the FDI limit of 49% through the secondary market.

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