2. Employment will increase manifold. This will augment the purchasing power of the common Indian, mitigate poverty and expand the consumer base for companies. Besides, it will help in reducing brain drain.
3. Export-oriented growth model will improve India’s Balance of Payments and help in accumulating foreign exchange reserves (which is very important given the volatility in the global economy with multiple rounds of Quantitative Easing announced by major economies).
4. Foreign investment will bring technical expertise and creative skills along with foreign capital. The concomitant credit rating upgrade will further woo investors.
5. FIIs play a dominant role (relative to FDI) in the Indian markets. However, FIIs are highly volatile in nature and a sudden exodus of hot money from India can effect a nosedive in the bellwether indices. Make in India will give an unprecedented boost to FDI flows, bringing India back to the global investment radar.
6. The urge to attract investors will actuate substantial policies towards improving the Ease of Doing Business in India. The Government of the day will have to keep its house in order (by undertaking groundbreaking economic, political and social reforms) to market Brand India to the world at large.