North East India Investment Conference By K N Hazarika

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Published on November 1, 2007

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Emerging Sectors in North East India & Value of Networking K. N. Hazarika, Chairman and Managing Director NORTH EASTERN DEVELOPMENT FINANCE CORPORATION LTD. GUWAHATI, ASSAM “ Development Bank of North East India for North East India”

ABOUT NORTH EAST INDIA Vast natural resources and a cauldron of different people and cultures Eight States Population:39 mn (3.75% of India) (88% rural population) Land area: 7.9% of India Topography: 70% hilly http://databank.nedfi.com

Vast natural resources and a cauldron of different people and cultures

Eight States

Population:39 mn (3.75% of India) (88% rural population)

Land area: 7.9% of India

Topography: 70% hilly

http://databank.nedfi.com

Before Partition Only three States (Assam, Manipur & Tripura) Assam’s per capita income was 5 th from the top Industrialisation in 1834 with Tea companies Coal industries in 1850’s Timber export started in 1850’s Railway tracks were laid in 1860’s Asia’s first Oil refinery, Digboi (1901) Agricultural productivity higher than national average Handloom & handicraft products

Only three States (Assam, Manipur & Tripura)

Assam’s per capita income was 5 th from the top

Industrialisation in 1834 with Tea companies

Coal industries in 1850’s

Timber export started in 1850’s

Railway tracks were laid in 1860’s

Asia’s first Oil refinery, Digboi (1901)

Agricultural productivity higher than national average

Handloom & handicraft products

After Partition (1947) Geo-political: Creation of erstwhile East Pakistan made the NER a land locked area : International Borders (98%) NER looked through security prism rather than development prism Creation of separate states Illegal migration Economic: Huge infrastructure gap - power, road, communication, education Lack of industrialization : Unemployment Liberalization policy did not have much impact Result: Elimination of Region’s traditional trade and commercial linkages that existed in pre-partition days.

Geo-political:

Creation of erstwhile East Pakistan made the NER a land locked area : International Borders (98%)

NER looked through security prism rather than development prism

Creation of separate states

Illegal migration

Economic:

Huge infrastructure gap - power, road, communication, education

Lack of industrialization : Unemployment

Liberalization policy did not have much impact

Result: Elimination of Region’s traditional trade and commercial linkages that existed in pre-partition days.

NETWORK Network: a group of inter-connected or co-operating individuals/ institutions/ organizations Basic objective: to achieve identified end results End results: social, cultural, economic, financial, commercial benefits of participating groups and/ or larger collective well being

Network: a group of inter-connected or co-operating individuals/ institutions/ organizations

Basic objective: to achieve identified end results

End results: social, cultural, economic, financial, commercial benefits of participating groups and/ or larger collective well being

Value of Networking Synergy Output plus – (2+2 = 5) Cross fertilization of ideas/ Cross learning Leveraging on mutual strengths Knowledge Experience Expertise Technology Cross selling

Synergy

Output plus – (2+2 = 5)

Cross fertilization of ideas/ Cross learning

Leveraging on mutual strengths

Knowledge

Experience

Expertise

Technology

Cross selling

Why network with NE-NRIs? Substantial presence of North East Non Resident Indians (NENRI) in USA Significant contribution to US economy, academia & society at large Large intellectual capital Intimate knowledge of people, society, economy of North East India Thus, the NENRI is a huge pool of resources NE India can benefit from

Substantial presence of North East Non Resident Indians (NENRI) in USA

Significant contribution to US economy, academia & society at large

Large intellectual capital

Intimate knowledge of people, society, economy of North East India

Thus, the NENRI is a huge pool of resources NE India can benefit from

North East – NENRI Network Great value in establishing this network Can generate new & positive impact in NE India Enhance visibility of NE India to wider audience Create knowledge platform Impetus for change & new direction in business models Enhance intellectual resources Leverage inherent strength of the people of NER Create goodwill for the Region

Great value in establishing this network

Can generate new & positive impact in NE India

Enhance visibility of NE India to wider audience

Create knowledge platform

Impetus for change & new direction in business models

Enhance intellectual resources

Leverage inherent strength of the people of NER

Create goodwill for the Region

NENRI (contd…) Networking would attract international investors mobilize resources promote joint ventures facilitate inflow of NRI savings into NE India, especially in the fixed income instruments create market access & awareness of NE products enable technology transfer to suit local needs

Networking would

attract international investors

mobilize resources

promote joint ventures

facilitate inflow of NRI savings into NE India, especially in the fixed income instruments

create market access & awareness of NE products

enable technology transfer to suit local needs

Emerging Sectors Infrastructure Education Information Technology Food Processing Health care Medicinal & Aromatic Plants (MAP) Micro Finance

Infrastructure

Education

Information Technology

Food Processing

Health care

Medicinal & Aromatic Plants (MAP)

Micro Finance

Infrastructure in NE India Investment in next five years Roads - USD 12500 million Airports – USD 7000 million Power – USD 15500 million Railways – USD 1500 million Projected employment of 27 lakh people in construction industry alone Areas of intervention : investments, R&D, Design, Project Management, HR Interventions etc.

Investment in next five years

Roads - USD 12500 million

Airports – USD 7000 million

Power – USD 15500 million

Railways – USD 1500 million

Projected employment of 27 lakh people in construction industry alone

Areas of intervention : investments, R&D, Design, Project Management, HR Interventions etc.

Education Outflow of students to higher centers of learning Lack of quality education/ educational infrastructure Especially technical & managerial education Thus, need for quality education – a priority Private University Bill has been passed in Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland & Tripura – facilitating factor Can cater to the needs of neighboring countries – Cross-country market. Areas of Intervention: R&D, University linkages, State of the Art facility, faculty exchange programmes, scholarships/ fellowships, distance learning, franchisees, etc.

Outflow of students to higher centers of learning

Lack of quality education/ educational infrastructure

Especially technical & managerial education

Thus, need for quality education – a priority

Private University Bill has been passed in Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland & Tripura – facilitating factor

Can cater to the needs of neighboring countries –

Cross-country market.

Areas of Intervention: R&D, University linkages, State of the Art facility, faculty exchange programmes, scholarships/ fellowships, distance learning, franchisees, etc.

Information Technology North East - ideal destination for IT, specifically for ITES sector. English education Neutral English accent: ideal for BPO industry Proficiency/ efficiency acknowledged by captains of IT industries outside the NER Could be a valuable KPO & KEPS destination. Areas of intervention: investments in IT & ICT, high end facility for skill development and training, infrastructure, business linkages

North East - ideal destination for IT, specifically for ITES sector.

English education

Neutral English accent: ideal for BPO industry

Proficiency/ efficiency acknowledged by captains of IT industries outside the NER

Could be a valuable KPO & KEPS destination.

Areas of intervention: investments in IT & ICT, high end facility for skill development and training, infrastructure, business linkages

Food Processing Sector Less than 12% of the total food and vegetable produced in the Region is processed Over 30% is wasted owing to lack of scientific post harvest management Prospects of Food Processing Industries in NER Availability of raw materials within the region Large demand in domestic market Export potential Incentives and facilities from the government Areas of intervention : post harvest management, processing technology/ packaging, R & D for consumer friendly product development & market linkages

Less than 12% of the total food and vegetable produced in the Region is processed

Over 30% is wasted owing to lack of scientific post harvest management

Prospects of Food Processing Industries in NER

Availability of raw materials within the region

Large demand in domestic market

Export potential

Incentives and facilities from the government

Areas of intervention : post harvest management, processing technology/ packaging, R & D for consumer friendly product development & market linkages

Health care Lack of adequate healthcare facility in NER Flight of capital Not affordable for economically disadvantaged sections Inconvenient for the sick & aged The private healthcare sector is doing relatively well in the NE. However, sufficient investment in speciality care is not forthcoming. Huge market including neighboring countries. Incentives for healthcare sector under NEIIPP, 2007. Areas of intervention: more investments in private healthcare sector, introduce international benchmark/ best practices, technology transfer, health insurance services etc.

Lack of adequate healthcare facility in NER

Flight of capital

Not affordable for economically disadvantaged sections

Inconvenient for the sick & aged

The private healthcare sector is doing relatively well in the NE.

However, sufficient investment in speciality care is not forthcoming.

Huge market including neighboring countries.

Incentives for healthcare sector under NEIIPP, 2007.

Areas of intervention: more investments in private healthcare sector, introduce international benchmark/ best practices, technology transfer, health insurance services etc.

Medicinal & Aromatic Plants (MAP) About 1500 commercially exploitable MAPs. Trade volume and projected export The export volume out of NE states estimated to be USD 25 million per annum. Projected export volume: 2009-10 (USD 35 million) Unique Species : Salam Panja ( Orchis latifolia), Caterpillar mushroom ( Cordyceps sinensis), Agarwood ( Aquilaria sps), Sugandhmantri ( Homalomena aromatica), Naga chilli ( Capsicum pruriens) etc. Areas of Intervention: R & D, biotechnology, processing and marketing linkages.

About 1500 commercially exploitable MAPs.

Trade volume and projected export

The export volume out of NE states estimated to be USD 25 million per annum.

Projected export volume: 2009-10 (USD 35 million)

Unique Species : Salam Panja ( Orchis latifolia), Caterpillar mushroom ( Cordyceps sinensis), Agarwood ( Aquilaria sps), Sugandhmantri ( Homalomena aromatica), Naga chilli ( Capsicum pruriens) etc.

Areas of Intervention: R & D, biotechnology, processing and marketing linkages.

Micro Finance in NE India Estimated Micro Finance market Demand: USD 625 million Supply : less than USD 25 million FDI already started through agencies like UNITUS, Grameen Trust etc. Expected return: 9% pa over 10 yrs.+ low risk Impact: employment generation, micro enterprise development, poverty reduction, women empowerment Areas of Intervention : investments for introduction of IT & ICT, equity investments, capacity building

Estimated Micro Finance market

Demand: USD 625 million

Supply : less than USD 25 million

FDI already started through agencies like UNITUS, Grameen Trust etc.

Expected return: 9% pa over 10 yrs.+ low risk

Impact: employment generation, micro enterprise development, poverty reduction, women empowerment

Areas of Intervention : investments for introduction of IT & ICT, equity investments, capacity building

Can we join hands to….. create better value chain management enhance quality of products and processes promote technology transfer/ innovations including rural technology capacity building/ skill up-gradation/ HR development product development/ design diversification/ market access

create better value chain management

enhance quality of products and processes

promote

technology transfer/ innovations including rural technology

capacity building/ skill up-gradation/ HR development

product development/ design diversification/ market access

Can we join hands to create…. PPP business models for emerging sectors IT & ICT enabled credit delivery mechanism at the grassroots Financial partnership to enable equity investments & create a specialized Sustainable Livelihood Promotion Company (IFC, BASIX) – expanding Micro Finance & reducing poverty NENRI Fund

PPP business models for emerging sectors

IT & ICT enabled credit delivery mechanism at the grassroots

Financial partnership

to enable equity investments & create a specialized Sustainable Livelihood Promotion Company (IFC, BASIX) – expanding Micro Finance & reducing poverty

NENRI Fund

Proposed investment portfolio of NENRI Fund Infrastructure Education Information Technology Food Processing Health care Medicinal & Aromatic Plants (MAP) Micro Finance Incubation Startups Venture capital Emerging sectors Development activities

Infrastructure

Education

Information Technology

Food Processing

Health care

Medicinal & Aromatic Plants (MAP)

Micro Finance

Strategy for utilization of NENRI Fund 15% for developmental activities 85% for emerging sectors to be managed by the experienced fund managers oversight committee to monitor the fund subject to all regulatory clearances

15% for developmental activities

85% for emerging sectors

to be managed by the experienced fund managers

oversight committee to monitor the fund

subject to all regulatory clearances

Investment horizon of NENRI Fund

NEDFi – A Potential Credible Partner A single window partner to: facilitate financial intermediation for corporates/ HNIs raise capital and channel FDI funds for North East India raise debt & equity Banking system expanding in North East India, which can be a launch pad for innovative interventions by NRIs

A single window partner to:

facilitate financial intermediation for corporates/ HNIs

raise capital and channel FDI funds for North East India

raise debt & equity

Banking system expanding in North East India, which can be a launch pad for innovative interventions by NRIs

About NEDFi NEDFi promoted by All India Financial Institutions in 1995 to catalyze & accelerate economic growth in North-East India Only dedicated development Financial Institution operating in the eight states of North East India (Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim & Tripura) Beyond lending – creating an enabling environment Creating synergy & impetus to achieve growth

NEDFi promoted by All India Financial Institutions in 1995 to catalyze & accelerate economic growth in North-East India

Only dedicated development Financial Institution operating in the eight states of North East India (Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim & Tripura)

Beyond lending – creating an enabling environment

Creating synergy & impetus to achieve growth

Yes, we believe, there is value in Networking. Let us join hands to increase the Net worth of North East India.

Yes, we believe, there is value in Networking.

Let us join hands to increase the Net worth of North East India.

Thank You…… North Eastern Development Finance Corporation Ltd. (NEDFi) Basundhara Enclave, B.K. Kakati Road, Ulubari, Guwahati Assam, India - 781007  :+91-361-2529202-206 Fax:+91-361-2529178,2529338. E-mail: cmd @ nedfi .com web site: www. nedfi .com (for more information, p.r.t. http://databank.nedfi.com )

North Eastern Development Finance Corporation Ltd. (NEDFi)

Basundhara Enclave, B.K. Kakati Road, Ulubari, Guwahati

Assam, India - 781007

 :+91-361-2529202-206

Fax:+91-361-2529178,2529338.

E-mail: cmd @ nedfi .com

web site: www. nedfi .com

(for more information, p.r.t. http://databank.nedfi.com )

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