RBI’s Khan discusses outward Indian FDI

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Deputy governor of the Reserve Bank of India, Harun Khan, on March 2 spoke about the recent trends and emerging issues in outward Indian foreign direct investment.

Speaking at the Bombay Chamber of Commerce & Industry in Mumbai, Khan said in recent years, emerging market economies were "increasingly becoming a source of foreign investment for rest of the world".

He said companies were "expanding their business operations by investing overseas with a view to acquiring a regional and global reach"

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