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Foreign investors just aren't sold on India

FDI is falling as companies still find competitors like Vietnam more attractive

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AXiaomi store in Mumbai: The phone maker has seen its offices raided for alleged foreign exchange violations and some of its bank deposits seized by Indian authorities.   © Reuters

Ritesh Kumar Singh is founder and chief executive of policy research and advisory company Indonomics Consulting in New Delhi.

Despite a large and steadily growing market, an ample supply of cheap labor and decent economic growth, India finds itself struggling to attract enough foreign capital to raise overall investment and growth rates and capitalize on the current favorable geopolitical landscape.

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