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2013 (5) TMI 352

Head Note:
Writ petition against the reviewed policy of FDI in Single-Brand Product Retail Trading, Multi-Brand Retail Trading, Air Transport Services, Broadcasting Carriage Services and Power Exchanges. As per petitioner that the impugned FDI Policy is not founded on any material obtained from the government agency and no extensive consultation was made before formulation of the impugned Policy.

Held that:- DIPP is empowered to make policy pronouncements on FDI. There is no merit in the submission of the petitioner that Central Government has no authority or competence to formulate FDI Policy. The competence of the Central Government to formulate a policy relating to investment by a non-resident entity/person resident outside India, in the capital of an Indian company is beyond doubt. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is empowered to prohibit, restrict or regulate various types of foreign exchange transactions, including FDI, in India by means of necessary regulations. RBI Regulates foreign investment in India in accordance with Government of India's policy. Writ Petition is dismissed

 


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