Share this article Share MLM companies in India have experienced an increase in sales during the last two years, as the country has become a key market for the industry.
In 2016, the country recorded over 5.6 billion investments in the country, according to the United Nations Development Programme.
The government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has launched an ambitious plan to build the country’s fastest Internet, is also keen on attracting foreign investment to revive its economy.
The country is also seen as a major market for private equity firms.
A recent report by the National Securities Board (NSB) also showed that foreign direct investment (FDI) from China, India and the US totaled over $1 trillion in the last 12 months, which is an increase of more than 70 percent from the previous 12 months.
The NSSB said that investments from India and other countries account for a large portion of the global FDI inflows, but that investments by private equity companies and other non-government organisations (NGOs) are also a key part of the growth.
According to a report by a global think-tank, the Global Finance Centre, the increase in investments has been mainly driven by private investors who are seeking an exit from the Indian market.
The Centre has called for the government to increase investment by providing incentives to private companies and organisations to relocate to India.