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Impact of make-in-India campaign on foreign investors towards FDI in India
Saibal K. Pal, Rajan Gupta, Saibal K. Pal, 2016, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph

Abstract: Make in India is not just an arousing call for investors, to contribute their serving into the developing economy of India, but a pledge to stimulate the development of manufacturing sector of the country. The major aim of this paper is to discover the determining factors of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), persuading investors to come and investment in India. This paper deals with primary aspects of Make in India campaign and Foreign Direct Investment. In this study, the dependent variable is Foreign Direct Investment and Independent variables are the determinants impacting FDI (market size, GDP, openness of the economy, labor cost and productivity, tax policies, infrastructure, foreign exchange rate, political stability and government regulations). According to the results, this study reveals the positive impact of Make in India campaign and variables impacting FDI for enhancing the domestic wealth of the nation and upholding the pace of progression and advancement. It will be useful for various stakeholders to understand the viewpoints of various investors from different countries looking forward to invest in India.
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Summary of found: ...discover the determining factors of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), persuading investors to come and investment...
Keywords: make in India, foreign direct investment, Indian economy, foreign investors
Published: 05.04.2021; Views: 495; Downloads: 0
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An economic analysis of biomass potential as an opportunity to increase the share of biogas production for energy purposes in Slovenia
Stefan Dabižljević, 2021, master's thesis

Abstract: One of the biggest global problems, the solution of being put in front of the scientists around the world, is endangering the environment. To preserve it, the transition from non-renewable to renewable energy sources is a rational and necessary solution. One of the energy sources with great potential in the future is biomass. In the master’s thesis, we have studied the economic analysis of the possibility of obtaining energy from biogas in Slovenia for the production of which biomass is used. For the study to be successful, it was necessary to analyse the situation in the field of renewable energy sources and biogas in the European Union and Slovenia to obtain a general picture for further analysis. By analysing the available data from previous years, we gained insight into the situation in the given area. The master’s thesis aims to show that although Slovenia has been facing the problem of a decreasing number of biogas power plants for years, the implementation of a system for obtaining energy from biogas is an economically and environmentally viable investment. The economic analysis was done for a 1 MW plant. The choice of plant size and power was made based on the Kepner-Tregoe method and the method of comparing alternatives. For the project duration of 30 years, through cash flows, as well as through various economic indicators, such as the presentation of loan calculations with a certain interest rate, internal rate of return, repayment period method, present project value, etc., the economic side of the investment is presented, which aims to show the profitability of the project.
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Summary of found: ...biogas is an economically and environmentally viable investment. The economic analysis was done for a...
Keywords: Renewable energy sources, biomass, biogas, economic analysis, investment, project
Published: 07.09.2021; Views: 383; Downloads: 20
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