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Published on October 19, 2008

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Slide 1: WELCOMES BUSINESS DELEGATION FROM GERMANY THE MACROECONOMIC PARAMETERSOF INDIA : THE MACROECONOMIC PARAMETERSOF INDIA Slide 4: Indian Foreign Exchange Reserves: a steady rise 2003-04 figures are for the period till June 11 2004 Slide 5: Foreign Investments in India go up Slide 6: SOCIAL INDICATORS LOOK UP States with high literacy Kerala: 90.9 Mizoram: 88.5 Delhi: 81.82 Slide 7: SOCIAL INDICATORS LOOK UP States with low incidence of poverty Goa: 4.4 Punjab: 6.2 Steady Globalization of India : Steady Globalization of India Slide 9: Import duty Reductions Slide 10: Quantitative Restrictions on Imports Removed Slide 11: Rising share of India’s external trade in GDP Slide 12: USA JAPAN INDIA Slide 13: Pace of Reforms will be sustained Dr Manmoham Singh – Prime Minister of India : Economist of global repute and Ex Finance Minister who started the liberalization process in 1991. Mr P Chidambaram – Finance Minister : Steered external reforms as Ex Commerce Minister to unleash India’s export potential. Also presented the “Dream Budget” in 1997. Mr Kamal Nath – Commerce Minister : Business leader in his own right and a Member of Parliament for 25 years; held various key Government positions in his long political career National Competitiveness : Advantage India : National Competitiveness : Advantage India Slide 15: THE HUMAN CAPITAL EDGE Over 3 million scientific & technical manpower Stock of over 0.8 million post graduates in science. Over 1 million graduate engineers 0.4 million doctors 0.3 million graduates in agriculture and veterinary sciences. Today India turns out more than 50,000 computer professionals and 360,000 engineering graduates each year. Slide 16: SIZE OF DOMESTIC MARKET 1.1 billion population Consuming middle class population – 300 million Size of the market at Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) – US$ 1.5 trillion RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT : RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT More than 100 global companies outsource R&D facilities from India GE John F Welch Technology Centre – Company’s largest research outfit outside the US GE Medical Systems – India as sole sourcing base for its portable ultrasound scanner Monsanto – First non-US research facility Eli Lilly – largest research facility in Asia and 3rd largest in the world Texas Instruments – Digital Signal Processor developed in India – controls 50% of the world market AVL, Austria – India as base to do R&D for the company’s Japan centre Slide 18: IT & IT ENABLED SERVICES Compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) exceeding 50 % over the last five years IT enabled services key driver of growth. Engine for outsourcing This segment poised to grow very rapidly, world-wide - India has potential to tap 38 % of the world market. Revenues from ITeS (remote services) showed an annual growth rate of 68.2 %. Slide 19: ABOUT FICCI Largest apex organisation of the Indian business and industry Born of the freedom struggle in 1927 with the patronage of the Father of the Nation. Leading the way for economic freedom. ORIGINS TODAY Huge membership, wide reach Rallying point for free enterprise in India Espouses the shared vision of Indian business with nation wide membership Proactive business solutions provider through research, interaction at the political & bureaucratic level & global networking INTERACTIONS WITH GREAT NATIONAL LEADERS : INTERACTIONS WITH GREAT NATIONAL LEADERS “ I cannot forget the services rendered by commercial class, but I want you to make Congress your own and we would willingly surrender the reins to you. The work can be better done by you. But if you decide to assume the reins, you can do so only on one condition. You should regard yourselves as trustees and servants of the poor. Your commerce must be regulated for the benefit of the toiling millions” MAHATMA GANDHI Speaking at Annual Session on 7th April,1931 Slide 21: OFFICE BEARERS Mr. Onkar S Kanwar Senior Vice President Dr. A C Muthiah Immediate Past President Dr. Amit Mitra Secretary General Mr. Y K Modi President Mr Saroj Poddar Vice President FICCI MEMBERSHIP : FICCI MEMBERSHIP 500 Primary Members- Regional Chambers & Industry Associations 2000 Associate Members 50 Corporate Members Direct & Indirect representation of 2,50,000 companies employing 20 million people Slide 23:  FICCINational Apex Body of Indian Business & Industry 74 JBCs /institutional arrangements Multilateral networking (CACCI, SAARC, SABF, G-15 FCCIS) Parliamentary Fora with US, Germany and UK . Overseas Offices ICA AIOE AISC CIFTI FLO ICC INTERNATIONAL DIVISION ALLIED BODIES IN FICCI Slide 24:  FICCI Website: www.ficci.com bisnetworld.net techno-preneur.net agroindia.org emcisee.com cleantechindia.com nambisnet.com aseanindia.net iornet.org saarcnet.org bisnetafrica.com BISNET BUSINESS INFORMATION AND SERVICES NETWORK Slide 25:  SPECIAL BUSINESS SERVICES FICCI Quality Forum Energy and Environment Audit Services Institute for Intellectual Property Development (IIPD) Food Research and Analysis Centre (FRAC) Socio Economic Development Foundation (SEDF) Business Facilitation Service Helpline Slide 26: Opening up of Insurance Sector Industry Status to Entertainment Sector Opening up of the Telecom Sector Announcement of National Highway Project (AGM 1998) Agriculture and Agro processing Reform Vision Resurgence of Development Finance Institutions First ASEAN-India Business Summit Major inputs on Free Trade Policy with Thailand and Singapore High Technology Cooperation Group (HTCG) with USA POLICY CHANGE INITIATIVES OF FICCI Slide 27: OTHER MAJOR INITIATIVES & EVENTS Electricity Act 2003 INDIACHEM: Govt.-Industry partnership to promote Chemicals & Pharma Vibrant Gujarat Summit :MOUs worth Rs.11,000 crores in Petroleum sector. Pravasi Bharatiya Divas: Dual Citizenship to NRIs / PIOs Slide 28: FICCI & Germany DIHK Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry GWZ Baden Wurttemburg Agency for International Economic Co-operation VDMA the German Process plant and machinery association KOLN MESSE for Food tech Exhibition FICCI’s MoU Partners in Germany Hanns Seidel Foundation, Germany FICCI IN GERMANY :Recent Initiatives : FICCI IN GERMANY :Recent Initiatives FICCI CEOs Mission to Germany for the Asia Pacific Week in Berlin, 15-22nd September 2003 FICCI organised Parallel workshops on ICT Sector and Financial Services FICCI IT Delegation to Germany Conference on Urban Infrastructure jointly organised with the Berlin Senate Seminar in honour of Dr Edmund Stoiber, Minister President, Bavaria, and accompanying delegation on February 18 2004. FICCI CEOs Mission accompanying the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India to Berlin and Munich, Germany in May 2003 Destination India in Germany,May 2001 jointly organised by FICCI & DIPP Indo-German Parliamentary Forum (launched during the visit of the German President to India) Germany-lead country for the IndiaChem 2002, the largest Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Exhibition -cum-Conference Indian Biotechnology delegation at the Biotechnika Business Forum in Hannouver Entrepreneurship Development Programmes conducted by FICCI Ladies Organisation jointly with Hanns Seidel Foundation, Germany FICCI IN GERMANY :Recent Initiatives : FICCI IN GERMANY :Recent Initiatives Seminars and conferences FICCI -GWZ seminar on “Baden-Wurttemberg: The No.1 High-Tech State in the German Southwest: Your best choice for doing business in Europe” on 2nd December 2003. International Seminar on Economic Reforms and Liberalisation :Market Economy and Social Dimensions in Comparative Perspective December 2001 Implications of the Phase Out of MFA on Export of Garments and Textiles and the Structural Adjustments required” Joint Seminar on “Euro:Facts &Future” with the German Embassy FICCI’s AREAS OF STRENGTH IN GERMANY :  FOCUSSED ACTIVITIES SECTORS FICCI MoU with Koln Messe International for International Food Tech Exhibition in India and the Anuga Fair in Cologne ,Germany Food Processing Sector Frames (March 2004) Redefining Entertainment, 4th in its series,attracts Speakers and participants from World over including Germany . FICCI Representatives from Indian Entertainment Industry for EDIT/VES Festival in Frankfurt Germany in October 2002. Entertainment Sector STRONG AREAS FICCI’s AREAS OF STRENGTH IN GERMANY re c Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals Biotechnika Business Forum in Hannouver,Germany in November 2002. FICCI and IGCC supported by Department of Biotechnology,Govt. of India led a focussed Biotech delegation to Germany. Biotechnology INDIACHEM -2002 with Germany as the Lead Country . 33 German Companies participated from the total of 230 Companies Sessions on :Seminar by Lead Country -Strengths of German Industry Indo-German technology Co-operation -R&D Partnerships FICCI’s AREAS OF STRENGTH IN GERMANY :  FOCUSSED ACTIVITIES SECTORS STRONG AREAS FICCI’s AREAS OF STRENGTH IN GERMANY Financial Services Parallel workshop in the ICT sector during Asia pacific Week in Berlin in September 2003 Parallel workshop on Financial services during Asia pacific Week in Berlin in September 2003 Information Technology OPPORTUNITY AREAS FOR FICCI IN GERMANY :  Urban Infrastructure Research and Development OPPORTUNITY AREAS OPPORTUNITY AREAS FOR FICCI IN GERMANY Information and Communications Technology Energy and Sustainable development FICCIs FUTURE INITIATIVES IN GERMANY :  FICCIs FUTURE INITIATIVES IN GERMANY FICCI to generate participation and speakers from Germany for the International Food Tech to be organised in September 2004 Proposal of a set up of Indo-German working group in the food processing sector with VDMA, Germany Meeting in honour of German Chancellor in October 2004 Meeting with German SME delegation in February 2005 FICCI to prepare a concept note on the Indo-German partnership in the Biotechnology sector FICCI alongwith Ministry of Power, Govt. of India, will organise “India Power 2005” in September, Partner with Germany FICCI’s proposed participation in CeBit 2005 to promote Indo-German tie-ups in the ICT sector Slide 35: THANK YOU

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