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Maharashtra Leads in Attracting FDI During 1st Quarter of FY 2023-24

In the first quarter of the fiscal year 2023-24, Maharashtra has emerged as the front-runner in attracting Foreign Direct Investment (FDI). Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis proudly announced that the state secured the top position by attracting FDI amounting to Rs 36,634 crore. This noteworthy achievement places Maharashtra ahead of other prominent states like Delhi, Karnataka, and Telangana, whose cumulative FDI values trail behind.

Maharashtra’s FDI Dominance

Maharashtra’s FDI performance in the first quarter of FY 2023-24 has exceeded expectations, establishing its economic prowess. The FDI inflow of Rs 36,634 crore alone surpasses the combined FDI received by Delhi, Karnataka, and Telangana during the same period. This achievement reiterates the state’s capability to entice foreign investment.

Continued Success: A Result of Strategic Leadership

The Deputy Chief Minister acknowledged that this accomplishment is a testament to the effective leadership provided by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde. Under their guidance, Maharashtra has been making rapid strides towards economic growth, transforming it into a favored investment destination. The state’s favorable business environment and infrastructure development have played a crucial role in attracting investors.

Fulfilling Promises: Maharashtra Reclaims Number One Status

Fadnavis emphasized that the current success stems from a commitment made by the government when it took office in June the previous year. Their promise to elevate Maharashtra to the top position has been realized through dedicated efforts and strategic policies. After losing its leading position to other states, Maharashtra has successfully regained its status as the premier investment hub.

Comparison with Previous Years: A Swift Turnaround

Reflecting on the recent achievement, Fadnavis noted that Maharashtra had held the top rank in investment until 2019. However, during the tenure of the Uddhav Thackeray government, the state temporarily lost its position to Gujarat and then Karnataka. Nevertheless, within a span of just one year, Maharashtra has reclaimed its coveted spot as the leader in attracting investments.

External Factors: Navigating Global Challenges

FDI trends across the nation have been influenced by external factors, such as the ongoing conflict in Ukraine and economic downturns in Europe. These global events have contributed to fluctuations in FDI inflows across the country, but Maharashtra’s consistent performance demonstrates its resilience in the face of such challenges.

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