Choosing a Source of Finance

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Corporate investment has been a significant source of economic growth over the past several years. In the past decade, there has been tremendous growth in overall investment levels in India, from less than 25% of GDP in 2000 to over 35% by 2006. A significant part of this investment drive has come from the corporate sector. Over the past five years, corporate investment as a share of India’s GDP grew by 9 percentage points. Given the links between a country’s investment levels and its overall economic growth, corporate financing and investment are crucial components of India’s future growth potential. This paper focuses on the various sources of corporate financing that are used to fund this corporate investment.

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Current IssuesAsiaOctober 27, 2009Trends in India's corporatefinancingCorporate investment has been a significant source of economicgrowth over the past several years. In the past decade, there has beentremendous growth in overall investment levels in India, from less than 25% ofGDP in 2000 to over 35% by 2006. A significant part of this investment drive hascome from the corporate sector. Over the past five years, corporate investment asa share of Indias GDP grew by 9 percentage points. Given the links between acountrys investment levels and its overall economic growth, corporate financingand investment are crucial components of Indias future growth potential. Thispaper focuses on the various sources of corporate financing that are used to fundthis corporate investment.The global financial crisis has hit several sources of corporatefinancing. Foreign financing of Indian corporations has increased over the pastfive years. This includes external commercial borrowings, foreign directinvestment, credit from foreign banks, and foreign institutional investors that haveparticipated in domestic equity markets. As foreign investors have been hit by thecrisis, they have pulled back from the Indian market and turned risk averse. Whilethe second half of 2009 has seen a rebound in foreign inflows, it still could takeuntil 2010 before capital flows fully recover.SMEs are most at risk from the financing slowdown. Given their lack ofsignificant retained

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