(Adds quotes, details, background) NEW DELHI, April 25 (Reuters) - The Indian government hopes to see foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows reach $26 billion in the fiscal year ending in March 2008, a senior government official said on Wednesday. "The goal for the current year has been stepped up to $26 billion in equity (foreign investment) and $4 billion in retained earnings of foreign firms," Industry Secretary Ajay Dua told reporters. The bulk of FDI is expected in sectors like ...
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