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Govt Eases FDI Rules – Startups Can Now Raise $3 Million Every Year From Overseas Investors & Lenders

During the 2016 Union Budget, FDI in startups was a burning issue, and Govt. was requested to make it easy for startups to raise funds from foreign investors. In March this year, when Govt. allowed 100% FDI in B2B online marketplaces, then a hope was raised that maybe B2C would be allowed to raise FDI […] The post Govt Eases FDI Rules – Startups Can Now Raise $3 Million Every Year From Overseas Investors & Lenders first appeared on Trak.
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