Photographic Raw Film and Paper


FDI Inflows to Photographic Raw Film and Paper

The FDI Inflows to Photographic Raw Film and Paper industry India has served its primary purpose of developing the sector.

FDI Inflows to Photographic Raw Film and Paper-Glimpses


FDI Inflows to Photographic Raw Film and Paper has played a major role in the development of this sector in India. The Photographic Raw Film and Paper are important components of photography. The photographic raw film is used to capture an image by the means of a camera, while a special kind of paper is used to print the image after processing the photographic film.

FDI Inflows to Photographic Raw Film and Paper

 

  • Two international companies, Kodak India under Eastman Kodak of USA, and Fuji Films of Japan, dominate the Photographic Raw Film and Paper market.
  • The Kodak Company, UK, is planning to increase its holdings in the Indian subsidiary by around 25 %, which include, a foreign direct investment of ` 99 crores.
  • The Kodak Company would establish Kodak Express counters within the big retail markets such as Pantaloons, Big Bazaar, and Reliance Digital.
  • Fuji Films expects to capture 10% of the total digital camera market with the launch of its new range, Finepix.

The company is expected to reach the turnover mark of Rs 1,000 crores by the year 2010.

FDI Inflows to Photographic Raw Film and Paper -Yearly

 

  • In the year 2003, the total number of FDI approvals was 31, out of which 12 were technical and 19 were financial. Total investment was ` 2378.78 million, and the contribution to the total FDI was 0.08 %, pertaining to the Photographic Raw Film and Paper.
  • In the year 2004, the total number of FDI approvals was 19, out of which 10 were technical and 9 were financial. Total investment was ` 2214.55 million, and the contribution to the total FDI was 0.12 %, pertaining to the Photographic Raw Film and Paper.
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