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FDI Limits Through (Government) Approval Route Sector-wise - 2016 FDI Policy

FDI Policy: Sectors where Government Approval is required
(as on 08.07.2016)

Sl. No.
Sector/Activity
Relevant Para of Consolidated FDI Policy, June 2016
Cap
Govt.
Approval
1
Mining and mineral separation of titanium bearing minerals and ores
5.2.3.3
100%
Upto 100%
2
Food Product Retail Trading
5.2.5
100%
Upto 100%
3
Defence
5.2.6
100%
Beyond 49%
4
Publishing/printing   of   scientific   and   technical magazines/specialty journals/ periodicals
5.2.8.3
100%
Upto 100%
5
Publication    of    facsimile    edition    of    foreign newspapers
5.2.8.4
100%
Upto 100%
6
Print   Media   -   Publishing   of   newspaper   and periodicals dealing with news and current affairs
5.2.8.1
26%
Upto 26%
7
Print  Media  -  Publication  of  Indian  editions of foreign magazines dealing with news and current affairs
5.2.8.2
26%
Upto 26%
8
Air Transport Service – Scheduled, and Regional Air Transport Service,
5.2.9.2(1)
100%
Beyond 49%
9
Investment by Foreign Airlines
5.2.9.2
49%
Upto 49%
10
Satellites - establishment and operation
5.2.12
100%
Upto 100%
11
Telecom Services
5.2.14
100%
Beyond 49%
12
Trading – SBRT
5.2.15.3
100%
Beyond 49%
13
Pharma – Brownfield
5.2.27.2
100%
Beyond 74%
14
Banking- Private Sector
5.2.18
74%
Beyond 49%
15
Banking- Public Sector
5.2.19
20%
Upto 20%
16
Private Security Agencies
5.2.13
74%
Beyond 49%
17
Broadcasting Content Service
a) FM Radio
b) Uplinking of ‘News & Current Affairs’ TV  Channels

5.2.7.2.1
5.2.7.2.2

49%

Upto 49%
18
Trading – MBRT
5.2.15.4
51%
Upto 51%


Levels of Approvals for Cases under Government Route

  • The Minister of Finance who is in-charge of FIPB would consider the recommendations of FIPB on proposals with total foreign equity inflow of and below Rs. 5000 crore.
  • The recommendations of FIPB on proposals with total foreign equity inflow of more than Rs. 5000 crore would be placed for consideration of Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA).
  • The CCEA would also consider the proposals which may be referred to it by the FIPB/the Minister of Finance (in-charge of FIPB).


Source: http://dipp.gov.in/

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