India reviewing around 50 investment proposals from Chinese firms: Report

The government is reviewing around 50 investment proposals involving Chinese companies under a new screening policy, three sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. Under new rules announced by India in April, all investments by entities based in neighbouring countries need to be approved by the Indian government, whether for new or additional funding.

China is the biggest of these investors and the rules drew criticism from Chinese investors and Beijing, which called the policy discriminatory. The new investment rules were.

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