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Published on February 4, 2008

Author: Paola


Slide1:  June 7, 2006 Explore..Envision..Invest Gujarat Presentation to National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) Washington Slide2:  An Investor traveling to India today… …leaves with the following lasting memories! And of course the Taj Mahal! Software/BPO Units Shopping Malls Efficient factories Bollywood One of the fastest growing world economies Reasonably proactive Opening up of sectors for investment Promising consumer markets Significant investment in infrastructure creation for industry TODAY Slide3:  While growth in the G-6, Brazil, Russia and China is expected to slow down significantly over the next 50 years, India’s growth rate is likely to remain above 5% throughout that period India’s GDP is likely to outstrip Japan’s in 2032 India has the potential to raise its per capita income 35 times the current levels by 2050 GS BRICSs Model Projections, see text for details and assumptions. China India Russia Brazil BRICs 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035 2040 2045 2050 UK Germany Japan US Italy France Germany Japan Italy France Germany Italy France Germany G6 * dots indicate when BRICs US$GDP exceeds US$GDP in the G6 The BRICS verdict on the Indian Economy Overtaking the G6: When BRICs’ US$GDP will exceed G6 Slide4:  Backed by strong fundamentals Indian economy in a resilient mode in terms of GDP growth… Positioned as the fourth largest economy in terms of purchasing power parity... …and has the benefit of low inflation… …along with rising forex rate and reserves Consistently growing GDP (%) 1 Source: Declining Inflation levels 3 Among the top 5 economies (PPP) 2005 2 Strong Forex Reserves 4 Source: CMIE and Tata Statistical Outline of India Source: CMIE Slide5:  0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 Population In millions Source: Goldman Sachs; Dreaming with BRIC's: The path to 2050 Source: Industry sources, Economic Survey Population growth 2000-2015 -0.6% -0.4% -0.2% 0.0% 0.2% 0.4% 0.6% 0.8% 1.0% 1.2% 1.4% 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 1280 1049 144 175 48 212 70 62 China India Russia Brazil S. Korea Indonesia Turkey Thailand 60.00% 120.00% -50.00% 110.00% 10.00% 110.00% 120.00% 60.00% China India Russia Brazil S. Korea Indonesia Turkey Thailand And expectation of long term potential One of the fastest growing economies 5 Per Capita GDP to improve by 7% through 2020 6 India houses 25% of global houses 7 And will overtake China by 2030 8 Slide6:  India is the tenth most Industrialized country and the fourth largest economy Known strength in software and manufacturing Conducive foreign investment environment and provides freedom of entry, investment location, choice of technology, repatriation of capital, dividends etc. GDP at current prices USD 3.61 trillion in 2005-06 Exports USD 100 billion in 2005-06 Imports USD 113.1 billion in 2005-06 FDI of USD 7.5 billion in 2005-06 Growth momentum in economy. GDP growth in 2005-06 is estimated at 8.4% compared to 7.5% in 2004-05 Industrial recovery from 2002-03 continues. Industry sector is expected to have growth of 9.4% in 2005-06 Strong Capital Market, Sensex crossed 11,000 mark. Corporate earnings have grown in excess of 20% during last three years covering different sectors including engineering. India is projected as the most preferred global manufacturing hub and Outsourcing destination. India- Fact File India’s rise as a Strategic power.. Rated as the second best destination for manufacturing projects and second most attractive investment destination for research and development activities ; IBM-PLI,Global Investment Locations Database, GILD, 2005 Best technology licensing regime - UNCTAD’s Global Competitiveness Report, 2003 Rated among the most favorite investment destinations (UNCTAD, JETRO, JBIC, Deutsche Bank, EIU, etc.) India- Economic Outlook Source: CIA, World factbook, May 2006 FDI Outlook Slide7:  Population Districts Geographical Area Business language Per Capita Income (at current prices) GDP in (2004-05) Literacy Rate Inflation rate (WPI) Urbanization Introducing Gujarat: Fast Facts.. Economic Snapshot Over 50 million 25 196,000 sq. km English INR 33,380 ( USD 742) INR 1,79544 crore (USD 39.8 bn) 69.9 % 9.3 % 37.36% With 5% of India’s population, Gujarat has 16% of industrial production. Gujarat had an annual average growth of 9% in the last 3 years and an average industrial growth of 15%. Source: Government of Gujarat Slide8:  Gujarat: Mosaic of business environments full of possibilities Gujarat: Industry Profile Gujarat truly is THE place to be – no other State can match its unique combination of a strategic geographic location, state-of-the-art infrastructure, multilingual workforce, and concentration of corporate and financial resources, all in a world-class pro-business environment and an attractive geographical setting. In sum, Gujarat is the Asian commercial crossroads for carrying out all the investment activities. Source: Government of Gujarat Slide9:  Combine a growing consumer market, an expanding pool of talent, a supportive government and a strong asset base, and Gujarat assures companies long-term success. The energy in the state is palpable, and it shows up in nearly every measure, every indicator. So, in an era when businesses must remain innovative to succeed, locate where innovation thrives – Gujarat, Innovation Hub of India Gujarat: An ideal destination for investments.. Gujarat: Sectoral Profile Gujarat: Share in Production Source: Government of Gujarat Slide10:  Gujarat: Hotbed for Global Firms.. Slide11:  Prospects in the longer term remain Positive. Industry projected to further grow by 7-8% annually. Indian Engineering and Construction industry recorded a CAGR of 8.4% over the last two decades The industry is widely expected to continue its growth performance in the medium term …Thrust area for the Gujarat Government …Witnessing Abundance of Opportunity Engineering and Hardware industry is viewed as a major growth engine of the State Economy Select top companies ruling High volume projects, entry of Several New and Small Players Entry of International players, alliances & JV’s …Growing and Gaining complexity Booming State Economy, Improved Living conditions, Policy & Taxation reforms, Rise in Gross Capital Formation, Low penetration levels, High export potential Global Engineering & Construction spending growth ‘03-’04 ‘04-’07 The Indian Engineering industry is witnessing rapid growth …Supply side growth Mature markets stagnating, Shift in investment to Asia Pacific countries Slide12:  Engineering sector-largest segment of the overall Indian industrial sector Several key segments of Gujarat’s engineering sector constitute over 10% of the national production. Sector comprises of 500 industrial units in the medium and large sectors and over 100,000 units in the small scale sector. The engineering industry accounts for 33% of industrial units, 26% of industrial employment and 17% of industrial production in Gujarat. Vadodara Jamnagar Ahmedabad Rajkot MNC presence in Gujarat ABB (Refinery Equipment) Siemens (Steam Turbine Factory) General Motors (Car Manufacturing) GMM Pfaudler (Glass Manufacturing) Currently 275 projects with an investment of USD 3.77 billion are under implementation in Gujarat Established Engineering Sector in Gujarat Gujarat Slide13:  Gujarat Vadodara Surat Halol Kutch The favorable investment climate for automotive manufacturing and ancillary in Gujarat is evident by the trend of major Auto MNCs having a presence across Gujarat. The government of Gujarat has been aggressively supporting the growth of this sector via development of state of art industrial clusters such as the upcoming automotive park in Halol.and the proposed auto component parks at Rajkot and Ahmedabad. General Motors Ahmedabad Mann MNC presence in Gujarat Rajkot 27 engineering clusters and international auto component trade of USD 950 billion indicate the opportunity in Gujarat Growing Auto sector in Gujarat Slide14:  India The global electronics industry is growing rapidly from an estimated size of US$ 950 in 2005 to US $2100 billion in 2010 The total size of the industry in 2004-05 was US$11 billion and has a CAGR of 11% The consumer electronics sector ( TVs, VCDs, MP3 players etc) dominates the industry with 33.8 per cent Indian markets was estimated at USD 11.5 billion in 2004 The electronics exports from India increased by 16% from last year to USD 1.7 billion Why Gujarat? Electronic Hardware Technology Park (EHTP) scheme being modified to enable sector to face zero duty Ease in Import of components via several ports in Gujarat Gujarat has the largest IP based e-Governance in Asia Over 10,000 engineers graduate from state colleges Software and hardware designated as focus sectors by Govt Estimated capacity of 30,000 chips/month per project Engineering Sector in Gujarat 4472 factories with 34.8% share of total number in Gujarat Accounts for 24% share in employment Accounts for 15.5% share in fixed capital investment Production in 2003-04 worth USD 7 billion Basic metals constitute the largest segment in engineering Machinery & Equipment constitute the 2nd largest segment Global consumer electronics giant Matsushita of Japan to source Panasonic TV sets from India for international market Emerging Hardware & Electronics sector in Gujarat Slide15:  The Government of Gujarat has devised an investor friendly Industrial Policy, which is aimed at achieving global competitiveness. Industrial Policy Development of thrust industries Human resource development labour law reforms Cluster development – SME sector Provide Information & facilitation Single window clearance State of the art Infrastructure Environment protection Regional development Key Initiatives Eleven different investment schemes have been introduced to promote investment in the State Industrial Policy: Changing Landscape Slide16:  Gujarat Infrastructure Development Board (GIDB), a nodal agency for infrastructure development, has been set up in to facilitate higher flow of funds into infrastructure sector and to ensure coordination among various government agencies. The Government of Gujarat is aggressively promoting the development of industrial infrastructure, in line with “Gujarat Infrastructure Development Agenda - Vision 2010”. First state in India to have a Private Sector Participation Law, to provide a broad framework for implementation of projects. Gujarat Infrastructure Fund (2000) has been created which constitutes a debt fund, an equity fund and an Asset Management Company promoted by GIIC with AIG and IDFC. Providing state of the art urban infrastructure, and technical education institutions to generate a sizeable pool of competent manpower. Initiatives for Infrastructure Development Slide17:  Industrial Infrastructure Industrial Parks & SEZs 257 GIDC estates 19 Special Economic Zones 10 Industrial Parks Info / Biotech Park Port Infrastructure 41 Ports Ship repair / Ship building Power & Gas Grid Power-9009MW capacity (IPP 2711 MW) Gas Grid – 1507 km Two LNG Terminals IT Infrastructure Gujarat State Wide Area Network e - Governance Rail & Road Infrastructure 137617 kms (71% surfaced) Expressway (Four lane roads) Human Resource Development R & D institutes Engineering Colleges Industrial Training Institutes Slide18:  SEZ scheme has been introduced to provide hassle free environment and state of the art infrastructure Gujarat has liberal labor policy providing complete flexibility in SEZs SEZ Development Committee monitors infrastructure development for each SEZ SEZs in Gujarat Multi Product SEZs Kandla, Surat, Mundra, Dahej, Dholera, Jamnagar Sector Specific SEZs Engineering Pharmaceuticals Textiles Petrochemicals Diamond and Jewellery Electronics & IT Special Economic Zones at Gujarat Slide19:  Global consumer electronics giant Matsushita of Japan to source Panasonic TV sets from India for international market Investor Opportunity in Gujarat CNG Kits Material Handling Equipment Piston Rings Defense Equipment Two/ Three wheeler plant Opportunity in automotive manufacturing & components Contract Manufacturing Plastic injection moulding PCB Assembly, distribution, logistics & repair Internet equipment manufacturing PCs & Telecom equipment manufacturing Innovative products Design Services Contract Manufacturing Automobile manufacturing / assembly unit Automotive Component Manufacturing Switch gear Foundry & castings Textile machinery Growing Opportunity in Electronics & Hardware Opportunity in Engineering Slide20:  + Time to secure first-mover advantage in India Relaxing FDI norms Resplendent Market Booming Consumerism Vibrant Economy Is this the right time? … It is Slide21:  The Government of Gujarat organizes “ Vibrant Gujarat - Global Investors Summit” every two years. This event was conceptualized by the State Government to provide impetus to its initiatives to attract investments in the state. The aim of the event: To Promote Gujarat as the Business State of India To attract investments, including FDI The earlier two Summits – in 2003 & 2005 – were very successful, with a large number of participants from around the world. Subsequently, considerable amount of investments have been made by various companies in the state of Gujarat. Global Investors Summit 2007 The event in January 2007 is poised to be much bigger in terms of participation and opportunities for companies looking to invest in Asia. Date : 12-13 January 2007 Venue : Science City, Ahmedabad Vibrant Gujarat – Global investors summit 2007 Slide22:  Please Contact Welcome to Gujarat:  …partner with us Welcome to Gujarat Explore.. Envision.. Invest

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