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According to OECD, India is No.14 in terms of receiving FDI from other Countries in the World. China is again No.1 in getting largest amount FDI Investment. And, US is No.2 in getting FDI Investment. On BRICS, Brazil, Russia & China are present in Top 10. 

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When it comes to Investing in other Countries, India is positioned at 26. As everyone knows, US is No. 1 spot.

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Source: OECD FDI Statistics

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