India Inc’s investment in overseas ventures drop 47 per cent to $1.54 billion in September

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Mumbai | Published: October 29, 2018 5:27:38 PM

Indian companies' investment in their overseas ventures fell by 47 per cent to USD 1.54 billion in September 2018, Reserve Bank data showed.

Indian companies had invested USD 2.91 billion in their joint ventures (JVs) and wholly-owned subsidiaries (WoS) abroad during September 2017.

Indian companies’ investment in their overseas ventures fell by 47 per cent to USD 1.54 billion in September 2018, Reserve Bank data showed. Indian companies had invested USD 2.91 billion in their joint ventures (JVs) and wholly-owned subsidiaries (WoS) abroad during September 2017.

In August, the investment by domestic companies in overseas firms was a mere USD 992.14 million. Of the total USD 1.55 billion investment in September, USD 950.82 million was in the form of loans, USD 251.84 million was infused as equity capital and USD 352.08 million was through issuance of guarantee, RBI data on outward foreign direct investment (OFDI) showed.

Major investors included UPL, which pumped in USD 408.12 million in its wholly-owned subsidiary in Mauritius, Sanmar Group International infused USD 77.55 million in WoS in Switzerland and JSW Steel put in USD 74.87 million in five tranches in its wholly-owned unit and joint ventures located in the US, Italy and Chile.

KEC International invested USD 71.35 million in a JV in Saudi Arabia; ONGC Videsh Ltd USD 59.37 million in its joint-ventures in Russia and Vietnam and Sage Metals put USD 33.50 million in a wholly-owned unit in the US.

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