What is differentiate between FDI and FII?

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FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) is the investment made by a company situated in one country in a foreign company, making them stakeholders.

FII (Foreign Institutional Investors) refers to the investment made by foreign companies in the stock market of a country.

Investments made by a parent company in a foreign businessInvestment made in a foreign market by investors
Flows in primary marketFlows in the secondary market
Long-term investmentShort-term investment
Entering and exiting the stock market is comparatively difficult as FDI targets a specific marketEasy entry and exit in the stock market

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