Brown Field Investments financial definition of Brown Field Investments
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The purchase of a previously constructed factory or other facility in order to use it for a new activity
. For example, a company that makes hammers may buy
a factory that previously made screwdrivers in order to expand their hammer-making operations. Brown field investment is relatively common in foreign direct investment
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FDIs are segregated into greenfield and brown field investments
. Projects built by a parent company in a foreign land from scratch are referred to as greenfield investments.
The sources said new Automotive Development Policy (2016-21) has been launched to attract green and brown field investments
in automobile and auto vendor industry while new Entrant Policy for Motorcycle Industry was launched to promote investment in new and innovative technology.
The sources said new Automotive Development Policy (ADP 2016-21) is being launched to attract green and brown field investments
in automobile and auto vendor industry while the government is also launching new Entrant Policy for Motorcycle Industry to promote investment in new/innovative technology wherein investors are allowed to import 100 % Complete Knock Down (CKD) at the rate of 10 % Customs Duty for a period of three years.