Briefly Business: FinMin officials, FIIs discuss ways to improve inflows
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FinMin officials, FIIs discuss ways to improve inflows
New Delhi: The finance ministry on Monday held discussions with foreign institutional investors on ways to improve inflows into the capital market. "FIIs made a number of suggestions to enhance flows into both the debt and equity markets," a senior official said after the meeting, which was chaired by DEA secretary Arvind Mayaram.
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