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Welcome to Gujarat

India is an emerging economic super power

Gujarat: Global business hub

Highlights of Gujarat’s development

Opportunities for collaboration with Gujarat

Vibrant Gujarat:2013

Flow of Thoughts

Vibrant India

(300)
200
700
1,200
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
(Q)
2011-12
(A)
Sectors' contribution to GDP

Agriculture
Industry
Services
USD, billion

9.5%

9.6%

9.3%

6.8%

8.0%

8.6%

0.0%
5.0%
10.0%
15.0%
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
GDP growth rate

2

Section 1


India
-

Preferred investment destination

1.52

1.52

1.6

1.73

1.87

0
1
2
Germany
US
Brazil
India
China
FDI Confidence Index, 2012

The
2
nd
preferred investment destination

(World Investment Prospects Survey 2010
-
2012 by UNCTAD)

USD 254
billion of FDI inflows between
April 2000 and March 2012

Services

30%

Telecommu
nications

12%

Computer
software
and
hardware

11%

Real estate

11%

Constructio
n activities

10%

Power

7%

Automobile
industry

6%

Metallurgic
al
industries

5%

Pharmaceut
icals

5%

Petroleum
and natural
gas

3%

FDI
-

Top Sectors

9
th

largest

economy in the world by

nominal
GDP and
4rth
largest

by

purchasing
power parity

(PPP)


Recorded the highest growth rates in the mid
-
2000s

One of the fastest growing economies in the
world (GDP


8.6%

in 2011)

India is one of the

major
G
-
20

economies



17
th

largest exporter

and

11
th

largest
importer

in the world

CAGR
Exports

14%

CAGR
Import

14%

Main Export Partners

US
13%

UAE
12%

China
8%

Hong Kong

4%

Main Import Partners

No Change

Decline

Growth

US
6%

UAE

7%

China
12%

Australia

5%

Saudi Arabia

6%

A.T. Kearney Survey

India



Preferred

Investment

Destination

0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
1990-91
1994-95
2000-01
2004-05
2010-11
Trade Scenario, USD
billion

Export
Import
16%

17%

17%

18%

19%

20%

25%

26%

26%

26%

25%

26%

59%

58%

57%

56%

56%

54%

The Global Business Hub

5

United States,
20.8%

China, 11.4%

Japan,
6.3%

India, 4.7%

Germany,
4.2%

Russia, 3.3%

United
Kingdom,
3.2%

France, 3.1%

Brazil,
2.9%

Italy, 2.6%

Mexico,
2.2%

Spain,
2.0%

Korea, 1.9%

Canada,
1.9%

Turkey,
1.3%

Indonesia,
1.3%

Islamic
Republic of
Iran, 1.2%

Australia,
1.2%

Taiwan,
1.0%

Netherlands,
1.0%

Poland, 1.0%

Saudi Arabia,
0.9%

Argentina,

0.8
%

% Share of Global GDP (PPP
)

TRILLION
$
ECONOMY

4
th

largest economy in the world in PPP terms

7% ANNUAL GROWTH

during global economic slowdown

8.6 % ANNUAL GROWTH PROJECTION

for the financial year 2010
-
11

-10.0%
-8.0%
-6.0%
-4.0%
-2.0%
0.0%
2.0%
4.0%
6.0%
8.0%
10.0%
Brazil
India
Korea
Russia
Taiwan
United States
European Union
ASEAN-5
2008
2009
2010*
2011*
7%
GDP Growth Rate (%)

*Estimated

Booming domestic demand

Advantage

India

World's largest
democracy with
1.2

billion people

Enabling business

environment with
greater

global participation

Strong Market
Fundamentals

Land of abundant
natural resources
and diverse climatic
conditions

Impetus on
Infrastructure
Development

Access to
technology as a

result of the IT
revolution

Competitively
priced skilled
labour

Progressive
simplification and
rationalization of
direct and indirect
tax structures

Gujarat emerging as
Global Hub

9

Why Gujarat?

A highly industrialized state with
7.5%

contribution to India's GDP (2011
-
12)

Contributes
17%

of India’s industrial output (2011
-
12)

26%

share in investments (
implemented projects
) in India, till 2011

Highest

contribution to India's exports (2010
-
11)
-

25%

Highest
share of India's total port cargo is handled at Gujarat's ports (2011
-
12)
-

37%

10

Gujarat


economy on a high trajectory

Gross State Domestic
Product growing at a five
year average of
~10%

Highest Degree of
Openness (ratio of
exports from state to
Gross State Domestic
Product) at
~53%

31%

35%

51%

62%

65%

78%

80%

98%

Textiles
Pharmaceuticals
Chemicals
Petro-chemicals
Plastic industry
Salt production
Diamond processing
Soda Ash
Major contributor to India's
manufacturing sector

Source: Gujarat Socio
-
economic review 2011
-
12; Annual
Survey of Industries 2008
-
09; DIPP SIA statistics

11

Robust manufacturing

28%

16%

16%

16%

17%

18%

18%

26%

34%

40%

Gujarat
Brazil
Russia
India
Germany
South Korea
Japan
Malaysia
China
Thailand
Gujarat’s manufacturing base is at par with
world’s best manufacturing economies

Gujarat
is targeting to increase its manufacturing contribution to
its GSDP to 32% in the next 5 years

Gujarat


leveraging strategic location

GUJARAT

London

Newark

Kuwait

Doha

Dubai

Sharjah

Singapore

Muskat

Sea
-
based trade destinations


West Europe, Middle East, Asia

Destination of growing potential

Gujarat has a
1600 km
long
coastline having
42 ports


the
highest number of
ports in any
Indian state

Gujarat


robust infrastructure


Robust physical infrastructure in
tune with modern times

-
Excellent road network, the best
in the country

-
Home to
highest number of
ports and airports
in India

-
The only Indian state to have a
state
-
wide gas integrated
network
of
2,800 km

Power
-
surplus state with
uninterrupted power supply
in every town and village

Gujarat Ports



Ports in Gujarat handled total traffic of about
342
MMT

in 2011
-
12, accounting for
37%

of total cargo
traffic




Due to our strategic location, we are looking to
become a transhipment hub

Maroli

Hazira

Dahej

Dholera

Bhavnagar

Mithivirdi

Pipava
v

Simar

Porbandar

Okha

Sikka

Jamnagar

Navlakhi

Kandla

Jakhau

Positra

Khambhat

Mahuva

Major Port

Private Sector Ports

GMB* Ports

Jafrabad

Mundra

Sutrapad
a

Source : Indian Port Association

Several firsts in India


Private port at Pipavav in 1992


Country’s only Liquid Chemical
Port Terminal at Dahej (PPP)

15

Gujarat


R&D Scenario


Gujarat

accounts

for

over

10
%

of

the

total

R&D

spending

of

India

in

2010
-
11



The

state

has

attracted

maximum

foreign

technology

transfer

agreements

from

1991

to

2011
,

giving

further

boost

to

research

and

development



The

state

has

over

35

R&D

and

specialized

institutions,

focusing

on

applied

research

for

major

manufacturing

sectors

including

pharmaceuticals

&

biotechnology,

chemicals

&

petrochemicals,

auto

&

engineering,

renewable

energy,

etc



Key

sector



Pharmaceuticals

and

Biotechnology
.

The

state

has

40
%

of

the

Contract

Research

Organizations

in

the

country
.

Key

R&D

segments

include

clinical

research,

genetic

engineering,

drug

research

and

development



16

Government initiatives

Support for research and development institutions
scheme



Announced

by

the

Government

of

Gujarat

to

support

development

in

the

R&D

sector


Operative

period



February

2009

to

February

2014


Proposed

benefits



up
-
gradation

of

facilities

and

setting

up

of

new

R&D

institution,

testing

facilities,

incubation

center,

etc


For

assistance

to

contract/sponsored

research

work
:


R&D

Institutions,

including

those

established

by

Government

and

Private

sector

Institutions

recognized

by

Department

of

Scientific

and

Industrial

Research,

Govt
.

of

India

and

engaged

in

sponsored

R&D

work
.


AICTE

approved

professional

colleges

including

autonomous

as

well

as

those

affiliated

to

Universities,

taking

up

sponsored

R&D

work

from

industry
.

For support to R&D Institutions,
assistance of
upto

60% of the
project cost is provided (excluding
cost of land and building)

For assistance to
contract/sponsored research work,
assistance of
upto

50% of the
project cost is provided (excluding
cost of land and building) subject
to a maximum of INR 50
Lakh

(USD 100,000)

17

Government initiatives


International Centre for Entrepreneurship &
Technology (iCREATE)



iCreate

is the Gujarat
government’s initiative to
promote innovation
.


To be
developed as a world
class innovation centre on a
sprawling 34
-
acre campus,
aimed at providing the best
environment to young
entrepreneurs to innovate and
create businesses which in turn
will result in prosperity for the
state as well as India

18

Gujarat


strong urban, social and educational
infrastructure


Gujarat

is

home

to

some

of

the

best

educational

institutes

in

India



Indian

Institute

of

Management,

Ahmedabad,

National

Institute

of

Design,

Indian

Institute

of

Technology



Gujarat

is

the

first

state

in

the

country

to

successfully

implement

the

Bus

Rapid

Transit

System

(BRTS)

in

Ahmedabad



Projects

like

Sabarmati

River

Front

Development

are

unique

to

Gujarat

with

the

aim

of

creating

quality

space

for

cultural

and

recreational

activities



Surat,

Vadodara

and

Rajkot

are

ranked

amongst

the

fastest

growing

cities

of

India

Ahmedabad voted
3rd

f
astest

growing city of the
world by Forbes



Gujarat Social development


Human Development Indicators: Towards a better quality of life



Gujarat’s focus on HDI has started showing positive impacts through increase in
enrolment, reduction in drop out , reduction in both infant and maternal
mortality and improved access to emergency 108 services

85
90
95
100
105
110
115
Gross Enrolment Ratio

(Source: SSA, Gujarat Education Department)

Boys
Girls
Total
0
50
100
150
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
Infant Mortality Rate (Per '000 live births)

Males
Females
0
500
1991-2001
2001-03
2004-06
Maternal Mortality Rate (Per one
lakh

live
births)

19

20

Gujarat


Industry Responsive human capital

200
,
000

Industry

responsive

manpower

through

300

skill

development

centres

by

2014


125
,
000

Industry

responsive

manpower

through

250

ITIs

every

year



-
10,000
20,000
30,000
40,000
50,000
60,000
Engg degree
Pharmacy
degree
MBA
MCA
Engg diploma
(Xth std.)
Increase in the number of seats in technical education

2007-08
2011-112
31%

15%

33%

31%

26%

CAGR

Source: Directorate of Employment & Training, Gujarat

Intake has
been
doubled in
the last 3
years


Over

100
,
000

youth

provided

employment

related

skills

by

the

Gujarat

Knowledge

Society



Over

100
,
000

urban

poor

youth

were

provided

skills
-
development

training

under

the

Umeed

Yojana


16

Nodal

Institutes

designated

across

sectors

like

engineering

&

automobiles,

plastic

and

packaging,

textiles,

apparel,

chemical

&

petrochemicals,

gems

&

jewellery

and

infrastructure

through

7

Anchor

Institutes


SEZs (55)


Multi product


Chemical


Textile


Pharma


IT / ITeS


Electronics


Engineering


Biotech


Gems & Jewellery

202 Industrial
Estates

83 product
clusters

Phase I

Phase II

Phase III

Phase IV

Integrated large area
developments


Special Investment Regions


(> 100 sq. km.)



Industrial Areas


(50
-
100 sq. km.)


Delhi Mumbai Industrial
Corridor

Phase of industrial development

Level of Integration

Current phase


involving
Integrated development of large areas like
SIR, PCPIR and DMIC


is poised to transform the industrial scenario in
the state

Gujarat


a new paradigm for industrial growth


21

22

Multinational Companies in Gujarat



Some Dutch Companies in
Gujarat


Royal
Haskoning

India


Incotec

India


HaziraLNG

Private Limited


Gateway
TechnoLabs

Pvt. Ltd.


Banner
Pharmacaps

India
Private Limited


Akzo

Nobel Non Stick
Coatings Limited





Ease of doing business


Government

and

people

who

understand

business

and

appreciate

business

people



Industry

implementation

on

a

fast

track






Proactive

state

government

which

reaches

out

to

industry


Home

to

largest

sponge

iron

factory

of

the

world


Home

to

cheapest

car

manufacturer

of

the

world


Home

to

largest

petro
-
refinery

of

the

world


Gujarat:
Opportunities for
Collaboration

25

Petroleum, Chemicals and Petrochemicals
Investment Region (PCPIR)


A comprehensive
economic
development
project spread
over 500 sq. km.



Located in South Gujarat
which is the centre of
industrial clusters
specially the chemical and
petro
-
chemical industries
and other water
-
intensive
industries, requiring
special arrangement

Ahmedabad

PCPIR

Gujarat International Finance Tec
-
City (GIFT)


Globally

benchmarked

International

Finance

Centre


12

km

from

Ahmedabad

International

Airport)


Central

business

hub


Targeting

Financial

Services

&

IT/ITeS

sectors


Up

to

90

million

sq
.

ft
.

of

real

estate

office

and

residential

space


First

of

it’s

kind

development

in

scale,

scope

and

quality


State
-
of
-
the
-
art

infrastructure

India’s first SEZ for global Financial Services


GIFT emerges as a
forerunner of new opportunities in Gujarat

Exciting opportunities: Delhi Mumbai Industrial
Corridor (DMIC)

Haryana

Rajasthan

Gujarat

Maharashtra

Madhya Pradesh

Uttar

Pradesh

Uttaranchal

Arabian Sea

Dadri

J.N.Port

End Terminals

DFC Alignment


DMIC: a high impact
industrial area within 150 km
distance on both side of DFC


A
Global Manufacturing and
Trading
Hub


Supported by world class
infrastructure




Dholera SIR :

Ideally located, widely connected



Airport and Sea Port in the vicinity


Express way and high
-
speed Metro Rail to link the SIR with
Ahmedabad


City Center, Industrial, Logistic, Knowledge and IT, Recreation
and Sports, Entertainment


World class residential facility


A “Singapore” in the making!!

Dholera Special Investment Region (DSIR)


A

world class development spread over 900 sq. km.


Determinants

Units

Total Area


(including 22
villages)

900+ sq. km.

Urbanizable area

546 sq. km.

Source: GIDB, GoG

29

Clean Energy, responsible development model, solar panels


Development of wind
-
solar hybrid installations
and biomass projects

Development of solar
manufacturing capacities

Development of large
scale solar parks and
canal
-
top solar projects

Tidal and geothermal
projects first at a pilot
scale, and then at a
commercial scale

Offshore wind projects
development

Development of
distributed gas based
power combined with
non conventional
sources

Development of
projects under solar
rooftop programme
(Bhavnagar, Surat,
Rajkot, Mehsana)

Project

Fund
required

(USD
billion)

Wind

2.65

SHP

0.02

Bio Mass

0.24

Solar

3.82

WTE

0.01

Total

6.74

Investment
requirement

Non
-

Conventional
power
p
rojects
under
private sector

Source:
Energy and Petrochemicals Department, Government of Gujarat

Metro
-
Link Express for Gandhinagar & Ahmedabad
(MEGA)

An SPV named
‘METRO
-
LINK EXPRESS FOR
GANDHINAGAR & AHMEDABAD (MEGA) CO. LTD.’

as a
Project Development Agency

PROJECT COST


The estimated construction cost is USD ~ 3.8 billion for a route of
~ 101 km

Vibrant Gujarat

32

Vibrant Gujarat 2011 Summit

Partner Countries:
Japan and Canada

Partner Organizations:

UNIDO, JETRO and CBC

8,380

business intentions expressed

Participation:

101 countries, over 1,400 foreign delegates and more than
35,000 Indian delegates

Knowledge tie
-
ups:
m
ore than
70 TIE
-
UPS
with leading institutions
from across the globe

Highlights of Vibrant Gujarat 2011 Summit

Vibrant Gujarat
-

A journey so far

The journey from “investors’ summit” to “global business hub”

2003

2005

2007

2009

2011

Re
-
establishing
Gujarat as
Investment
Destination

Making
Gujarat as
Preferred
Investment
Destination

Making
Gujarat as
Most
Preferred
Investment
Destination

Showcasing
Gujarat



The Growth
Engine of
India

The Global
Business Hub

2013



The
Global
Business
Hub

A paradigm shift to an ideal platform for
Knowledge, Social and Business Transformation

Vibrant Gujarat 2011

Partner Countries:
Japan and Canada

Partner Organizations:

UNIDO, JETRO
and CBC

Exhibition Area: 35,000 sq m


Events:

12 Pre
-
Event Seminars, 11 Pre
-
Summit events, 39 events during Summit

Participation:

101 countries, over 1,400
foreign delegates and more than 35,000
Indian delegates

Knowledge tie
-
ups:
m
ore than
70 TIE
-
UPS
with leading institutions from across
the globe

Highlights of Vibrant Gujarat Summit 2011

VG 2013
-

Summit

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11
th

January
2013



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th

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B2
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-

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-
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Opportunity
for
Netherlands

Seminar

Timing

GoG

Anchor

Proposed

Event
Partner

Partner Country/

Organization

11
th

January

2013

Technology Solutions for
Environment Sustainability

1400
-

1700

E&FD & GPCB

CII

Sweden

Port
-
led

Development

1400
-
1700

GMB

CII

South

Korea &
Netherland

Wind

and

Solar

Energy

equipment

manufacturing

1430
-
1730

EPD/ GEDA

FICCI

EU

India Chamber &
Japan, Denmark

Developing integrated, smart,
sustainable cities

1430
-
1730

GIDB

CII

Japan, JETRO

12
th

January

2013

Gujarat



An Emerging
Destination for Financial Services

1000
-
1300

GIFT

CII

Canada

Land

use

efficiency



Urban

Development

1000
-
1300

UDD

CII

Youth

Convention


Empowering
Youth

1000
-
1300

Culture

Dept.

FICCI

AIBC

Gujarat


An Emerging
Transportation Hub

1000
-
1300

IC

ACMA

& SIAM

SME Convention


Growth
through Competitiveness


1000
-

1300

IC Office &
GIDC

FICCI

Seminars & Conventions during Summit




VG 2013


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-
inquiry/investment
-
inquiry.aspx

For more details about submit
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For investment inquiry
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About
iNDEXTb

About
iNDEXTb

activities


INDEXTb

is

the

Gujarat’s

investment

promotion

agency
.



To

provide

a

platform

for

inward

and

outward

investments

to

global

investor’s

community
.


Investment

promotion

both

in

industrial

and

infrastructure

projects,

acting

as

a

single

window

facilitation

center
.


Promoting

foreign

direct

investments




Handholding

project

implementation

from

conceptualization

to

implementation


Coordination

with

various

departments

of

the

state

and

central

Governments


for

various

clearances

and

issue

resolving


Coordination

with

chambers

of

commerce

and

industries

associations

across

India

and

abroad

for

promotion

of

trade

and

business




.


Slide
39

December 2011

Investment facilitation Portal

December 2011

Slide
40

Detailed
information on
investing in
Gujarat

41



Visit us at
www.vibrantgujarat.com



Welcome to Vibrant Gujarat 2013

Thank you!

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-

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Help in understanding
Tax Framework

Business
profits

Dividends

Interest

Royalty/FTS

Capital
Gains*

Branch
profit tax**

Domestic
Company

Distribution
Tax

Short term

Long term

32.44%
(net basis)

42.02%
(net basis)

16.22%

21.01%

NIL

42.02%
(net basis)

21.01%
(net basis)

10.51%
(gross basis)

42.02%
(net basis)

Foreign
Company

Corporate Income Tax

Indirect Tax

TRANSACTION

INDIRECT
TAX

GENERIC

RATE

Import of goods
into India

Customs
duty
*

26.85%

Manufacture of
goods in India

Excise
duty
(
CENVAT
)*

12.36%

Provision

of
specified services

Service Tax

12.36%

Import

of
technology

R&D Cess

5%

Sale of goods
intra
-
state

VAT**

4%
to

15%

Sale of goods
inter
-
state

CST**

2%
#

or

equivalent
to

local VAT rate

Entry of goods into
specific areas

Entry Tax /
Octroi
**

4%

to
30%

* Customs / Excise duty rates would vary based on the description of the goods


** VAT/CST and Entry tax rates would vary based on the description of the goods
and the State where the transaction is undertaken

Tax rate for Interest, Royalty, FTS & Capital Gains is for non
-
resident
recipient (subject to
fulfillment

of certain conditions under the Act). These
tax rates are applicable if income exceeds INR 10 million (USD 200,000
approx.).

* assuming shares are unlisted

** proposed under the Direct Taxes Code to be applicable from 2013
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