An Indian real estate investor in the region is questioning whether the United States has enough foreign realestate in the area to make it a viable option for investors.
India is one of the most populous countries in the world, and its real estate market has grown rapidly in the past decade.
Its real estate sector is worth about $1.7 trillion.
Real estate agents, developers and developers in India say the United Nations’ decision to slap a ban on all foreign direct investment (FDI) into the South and Southeast Asian region is a clear indication of the country’s need to diversify its economy.
A number of companies are based in the country, and many of them are located in cities like Mumbai, New Delhi and Chennai.
In 2014, India’s real estate industry generated about $2.4 billion in sales.
However, the Indian government has said that foreign investment must be limited and restricted to specific areas, such as roads, airports and ports.
The United Nations has also been taking a tough stance on FDI in the Indian region, saying that it could be a source of instability in the future.
India has seen a sharp rise in FDI, and the country has a high level of foreign investment in real estate and construction projects, and a number of real estate projects are currently under construction.
The South China sea is also one of Asia’s largest natural gas reserves.
It is estimated that China holds a whopping 5 trillion cubic meters of gas, and India has a stake in the project, as well.
A Chinese foreign exchange manager has reportedly said that India is willing to invest as much as $1 trillion in the gas fields in the disputed South China, but the Indian Ministry of Finance has said it does not plan to do so.
India’s realtors have also been lobbying for greater control over their real estate business, and have also questioned the decision to restrict FDI into the region.
Some have also complained that the United Nation’s decision to sanction the South-East Asian country was arbitrary, and that the Indian Government should not have taken the step at all.
“I would like to know what the Indian side of the story is,” said Manu Kumar, who owns a real estate firm in Chennai.
“What do they have to gain by doing this?
We have been running our business in the city for years and years and we are still making money from the real estate.”
He said he would like a clearer explanation from the Indian authorities about what the decision meant for the country as a whole.