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1 The Growth Engine of India
Gujarat Gujarat The Growth Engine of India

2 An Introduction to Gujarat
Gujarat : Basic Facts and Economic Indicators Strong Industrial Base Pioneer in PPP Industrial Infrastructure SEZs Industrial Estates: GIDC Basic Infrastructure: Power, Gas, Ports, Water, Road & Rail and Airports Policy Initiatives Sectoral Investment Opportunities Investment Regions Project based Opportunities Creating Conducive Environment for Investments Global Investors' Summit

3 Gujarat: Fast Facts Population 50 million Geographical Area
196,000 sq. km (6.2% of India) Business language English Per Capita Income (at current prices) US$ 915 (National Average US$ 517) Urbanisation 37.4% Per Capita Power Consumption 918 KWH (National average 390KWH) Cellular Subscriber 11.5 million GSM and 3.11 million CDMA Economic Snapshot Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP): US$ Billion Exports : 21% of India Per Capita Income growth rate ( ) : 8.13% Composition of GSDP in 2006 – 07 : Tertoary Sector - 44 %, Secondary – 38 % and Primary – 18 % GSDP average growth( ) : 10.4% Industrial growth rate ( ) : 12.5% Agriculture growth rate ( ) : 12.27% Source: Socio-Economic Review, Gujarat State

4 Creating benchmark in attracting investments
Gujarat is ranked 1st with proposed investment of INR 62,442 crore (US$13.8 bn) in 100 projects accounting for 22% of total investment in India Source: Reserve Bank of India report, August 2008

5 Strong Industrial Base
Share of Industrial Production: 16% Share of Exports:21% Over 3,20,000 Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) & 800 large industries World’s largest diamond processing hub (72% of world’s share & 80% of India’s share) World’s 3rd largest grass root petroleum refinery at Jamnagar (Reliance Industries Ltd) World’s 3rd largest producer of denim India’s largest sponge iron plant Largest producer of Cotton, Cumin and Castor Least man days lost due to industrial unrest – 0.94 % of the country while contributing 16% of India’s industrial production Sectoral Break-up of Industrial Production in Gujarat Source: Socio Economic Review

6 Gujarat – Gateway to Industrial Development
Share in Indian Economy Population 5% Geographical Area 6% No of Factories 9.90% Net Value Added by Manufacture 14% Value of Output 15.60% Fixed Capital Investment 17% Exports 21% Coastline 26% 18% 25% 46% 35% 42% 50% 58% 80% 85% 98% Textiles Sea Cargo Pharmaceuticals Cotton Groundnut Chemicals Petrochemicals Diamond Processing Salt Processing Soda Ash Production Significant Share in Key Industry Sectors & Products

7 Pioneer in Public Private Partnership
First in India Private Port at Pipavav in 1992 Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Terminals at Dahej in 2004 Expressway from Ahmedabad – Vadodara in 2004 Country’s only Liquid Chemical Port Terminal at Dahej State – Wide Gas Grid of 2200 km Privatizing ports, power, rail & road infrastructure Enacted the PSP* law: Gujarat Infrastructure Development Act, 1999 Amendment in the Industrial Dispute Act 1947 is carried out, providing flexible labour employment in SEZs Creation of Special Government Institutions – Act as Catalyst *PSP (Private Sector Participation) Sector Number of Projects Total Investments (US$ mn) Port 21 3590 Power 13 6378 Roads 16 700 Railway 6 300 IT projects 9 910 Water 2 122 Urban Transportation 1 68 projects across sectors have been taken up under PPP mode with an investment of over US$ 12 bn 26 projects implemented with an investment of US$ 4 bn

8 Infrastructure

9 Well Integrated Network Of Road, Rail And Air Connectivity
To Delhi PALANPUR MEHSANA BHUJ KANDLA MUNDRA VADODARA RAJKOT JAMNAGAR BHAVNAGAR KESHOD Size represents relative passenger traffic PORBANDAR SURAT International airport Highways Railways To Mumbai

10 State Wide Water Grid The only State to have inter linkages across rivers (> 20 rivers are interlinked ) Uneven water distribution addressed through Inter–basin water transfer Narmada Canal 458 km Bulk lines completed Bulk lines in progress Bulk lines to be taken up Region having perennial water sources DMIC Influence Area

11 Integrated Gas Grid for Energy Security
The only State to have an Integrated State- Wide Gas Grid – On Open Access Common Carrier basis 2200 km to be commissioned by 2009 1200 kms in operation (current volume - 18 mmscmd) State owned GSPC owns rich gas reserves in the KG Basin Ankleshwar Dahej Hazira Pipavav Mundra Ahmedabad Dholera Mehsana Kalol Palej Gandhar Bharuch Over 1000 km Commissioned In progress Existing LNG terminal Proposed LNG terminal Oil and Gas reserves

12 Infrastructure: Power
First state in India to provide 24 hrs electricity to all villages High quality power supply through well networked power grid Least number of shutdown due to electricity failure Installed capacity ,628MW Capacity addition by 2012(pipeline projects) ,164MW Total capacity planned by ,005MW Projected demand by ,478MW Surplus Capacity planned for additional projects ,280MW Source: 16th Electricity Power Survey, Central Electricity Authority, Energy & Petrochemical Department, GoG, Socio Economic Review of Gujarat,

13 Gujarat’s Ports: Access to Hinterland
Natural Gateway to the rich land-locked Northern and Central hinterland Longest coastline in the country – 1600 km Access to States whose combined SDPs constitute 25% of India’s GDP The state ranks first in terms of cargo throughput amongst handling 147 MMT cargo in Kandla Mundra Navlakhi Okha Bedi Dholera Sikka Khambhat Positra Bhavnagar Dahej Mithivirdi Porbandar Magdalla Mahuva Surat Pipavav Hazira Simar Vansi Borsi Private Sector Ports GMB Ports Major Port Liquid Chemical Port, Dahej Maroli 13

14 Technical Manpower Seats per lac population National Data from AICTE website Growth of 334% in available seats with respect to 8 New Govt. Engineering Colleges established in (1 in Tribal district of Dahod) 1 New Govt. Polytechnic established in in the Tribal district Panchmahals at Godhra 2 new Govt. Polytechnics established in (1 in Tribal district of Dangs) 14 New Government Engineering Colleges are to be setup from 9 Government Polytechnics are to be set up in from 14

15 Initiatives in Technical Education
Institutes of International Repute Indian Institute of Management (IIM) National Institute of Design (NID) Institute of Rural Management (IRMA) National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad (MICA) Centre for Environment Planning & Technology (CEPT) Other Institutes IIT Gandhinagar : Started in 2008 National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education & Research (NIPER) : Started in 2007 Gujarat Technological University (GTU) Gujarat Knowledge Society (GKS) : Provides industries need based training Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) : Two IIITs are proposed in Gujarat 15

16 Policy Initiatives

17 Holistic Approach – Industrial Development
Gujarat ranks 1st in terms of total area covered under 55 SEZs in India Investment Regions Special Investment RegionS (SIR) Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) Petroleum, Chemicals & Petrochemical Investment Region (PCPIR) Gujarat International Finance Tech City (GIFT) Knowledge Corridor 55 SEZs Level of Integration Multi Product Chemical SEZ Textiles SEZ Pharma SEZ IT/ITES SEZ Engineering Biotech Industrial Estates/ Parks Product Clusters 202 Industrial Estates 83 Product Clusters Stage I Stage II Stage III Stage IV Scale of Holistic Development

18 SEZ Policy Income tax incentives Income tax incentives
For SEZ Units For SEZ Developers Common incentives Income tax incentives 10 year corporate tax holiday on export profit – 100% for initial five years and 50% for the next five years Income tax incentives 100% tax holiday for a period of any 10 consecutive years out of 15 years beginning from the year in which the SEZ is notified Exempt from dividend distribution tax Tax exemption on interest of long term finance Long-term capital gains arising on transfer of shares in developer company tax exempt No minimum alternate tax (MAT) Indirect tax incentives Nil customs duty Nil excise duty Exemption from central sales tax Exemption from service tax Exemption from securities transaction tax Exemption from tax on sale of electricity for self generated and purchased power Other benefits Exemption of electricity duty – 10 Years* Duty-free procurement of capital goods (including second hand capital goods), raw materials and consumable spares from domestic market Full freedom for sub-contracting Facility to realise and repatriate export proceeds within 12 months Facility to retain 100% foreign exchange receipts in the export earner’s foreign currency account Other benefits Full freedom in allocation of developed plots to approved SEZ units on purely commercial basis Full authority to provide services like water, electricity, security, restaurants and recreation centres on commercial lines No net foreign exchange earning requirement imposed Source: Industries Commissionerate / iNDEXTb, Government of Gujarat, 2007 , * Section 15 – Sub Section II of GoG SEZ Act 04

19 Policy Initiatives – Integrated Township
The Integrated Township Policy 2007 for efficient development of sustainable townships in Gujarat Key Outcomes Facilitate creation of efficient & sustainable urban settlements Promote economic development Facilitate PPP urban development Facilitate capacity building in the private and Government sectors for urban development Encourage township development in areas with existing trunk infrastructure, hence, optimizing the utilization of available infrastructure 19

20 Industrial Estates : GIDC
Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC) - a Government of Gujarat Undertaking, set up under the Gujarat Industrial Development Act. 1962 Identifies and develops locations suited for Industrial purposes Build, Operates and maintains industrial estates in Gujarat Estates are self-contained sanctuaries capable of sustaining a large number of industries within themselves. 180 estates are developed and functional and 72 under planning GIDC has acquired 26,330 hectares of land and allotted 16,302 hectares of developed land and 3,531 hectares of raw land to the entrepreneurs

21 Gujarat Unique Features
Strategic Location Historical Trade Links Social Heirarchy Knowledge Application for Wealth Creation Assimilative Spirit Culture of co operation, Collaboration and Compromise

22 Sectoral Investment Opportunities
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23 Investment Opportunities: Oil & Gas
Upstream Acquisition of exploration blocks Joint ventures for exploration of State, National & Overseas blocks Midstream Refinery Transportation of Oil & Gas Downstream Retailing of petroleum products City Gas Distribution (PNG & CNG) Gas based Power Plant/ Captive Plant

24 Investment Opportunities: Engineering & Auto
Metallurgy Blast furnaces, sinter plants Coke ovens Steel melting shop equipment Continuous casting equipments and rolling mills Heavy electrical industry Turbines, transformers and generators Boilers Switchgear and control gear Shunting locomotives Industrial machinery and machine tools Modern cement and textile machinery Material handling equipment Oil field equipment and services, mining machinery Light weight machine tools, cutting tools

25 Investment Opportunities: Engineering & Auto
Dairy machinery Evaporators Milk refrigerators and storage tanks Milk and cream deodorisers Spray dryers and heat exchangers Auto & auto ancillary Auto ancillary SEZ/ Park Assembling and manufacture of automobiles Manufacture of auto components for all types of vehicles CNG kits for automobiles Automobile design centre Centres of excellence Research and development facilities Industry-specific educational institutes and training centres

26 Investment Opportunities: Mineral based Industry
Lignite Power plant, Lignite chemicals (oil drilling) Underground coal gasification Bauxite Alumina plant, Alumina chemical complex Low grade Bauxite upgradation, refractory units, chemical units, Abrasives Limestone Soda ash plant, cement industry chemicals Quartz Processing plant Glass industry Others Silica sand based glass industry Dolomite tile making unit Marble quarrying & processing Whitening plant for Chalk production, Paint industry, Putty, Processing unit Lamellar china clay production

27 Investment Opportunities: Energy
Non-conventional sources of power generation Wind energy (onshore & offshore), solar energy, biomass, bagasse Power trading Power sector participation in power transmission Franchising power distribution Nuclear power generation, coal gasification, mini – micro hydel power Coal bed methane generation

28 Investment Opportunities: Energy
Proposed-site for power plants 1000 MW Coal-based power plant near Chhara Sarkhadi, Kodinar, Amreli Surat Kutch Amreli Junagadh Bharuch Kandla Mora 1000 MW coal-based power plant at Simar, District Junagadh 1000 MW LNG / coal-based power plant at Vansi Borsi, Surat 1000 MW coal / LNG-based power plant at Dahej, Bharuch 1000 MW coal-based power plant near Veera / Sangat, Kandla, Kutch 350 MW expansion of gas based power station at Mora, Surat

29 Investment Opportunities: Chemicals & Petrochemicals
High performance chemicals Engineering plastics Pigments and coating products Refinery downstream projects Mineral resource-based projects Specialty chemicals Nanotechnology-based projects Bio refineries Source: Ernst & Young Analysis

30 Port Development Opportunities Port Based Development Opportunities
Investment Opportunities : Ports Port Development Opportunities Port Based Development Opportunities Navlakhi Mundra Mundra Jamnagar Okha Positra Dholera Bhavnagar Dahej Dahej Porbandar Magdalla Pipavav Pipavav Simar Hazira Hazira Vansi Borsi Offshore Drilling Support Container Port Facilities Energy Port Facilities Modern Fisheries Harbor Special Economic Zone Agri Jetties Container Freight Station Port Mechanisation Storage Silos General Cargo Jetties at all GMB Ports Controlled atmosphere cold storage and warehouses Source: Gujarat Maritime Board

31 Investment Opportunity : Shipbuilding
Kandla Mundra 10-12m draft Dholera 15-18m draft Khambat Navlakhi 14-17m draft 9-12.5m draft Max. tidal range at 10m Dahej Bhavnagar 20 m draft 12 m draft Pipavav 14-17m draft Existing Shipyard Proposed/ Potential Shipyard Jafrabad Hazira Magdalla 14m draft 15m draft 10-15m draft

32 Investment Opportunities: Gems & Jewellery
Jewellery Manufacturing White Gold Platinum Jewellery Paved Diamond Jewellery Studded Jewellery Mesh Jewellery Synthetic Diamonds Infrastructure Development Assaying and Hallmarking Centres Gold Refinery Diamond Park Jewellery Retail Luxury Products such as Watches, Brooches, Clocks

33 Investment Opportunities: Textiles & Apparels
Conventional Textiles Ginning and Pressing Cotton & Synthetic based Spinning, Weaving & Processing Units Cotton Knitwear Terry Towel / Home Furnishing High valued Garment Manufacturing Technical Textiles Protective Textiles Agro Textiles Geo Textiles Automotive Textiles Home Textiles Infrastructure Development Cotton based Integrated Textile and Apparel Park

34 Investment Opportunities: Agro & Food Processing
Agriculture/Horticulture Infrastructure Projects Cold storage Pack house Vegetables pack house Mechanized grain handling and storage at port Food parks Terminal markets Isabgul Irradiation center and spices Export Oriented Processing Peanut butter De-hulled roasted sesame seed and sesame oilseed Roasted, salted and coated peanuts Integrated shrimp farming and processing Value added processing based on local resources Tomato, potato flakes and powder Specialty grades guar gum powder Refined sugar Egg powder Baker’s yeast Fish oil extraction

35 Investment Opportunities: Agro & Food Processing
Animal Husbandry Veterinary service and pharmaceutical, Poultry, Dairy, Financial-Credit and Insurance Contract farming for livestock Natural Resources based Opportunities Natural food colours Medicinal herbs extraction Neem / Tobacco oil based biopesticides Food processing enzymes Fish meal based biofertilizer Newer Technology based Projects Spices cryo grinding Freeze dried fruit processing unit Instant vegetables in retort pouches Potato fabricated chips Innovative Technologies Organic milk and milk products Ice cream balls Castor derivatives based perfumery raw materials Banana fiber extraction Textiles production

36 Potential Locations for IT/ ITeS Investments
Rajkot Ahmedabad Gandhi Nagar Vadodara Surat Bhavnagar Gandhinagar – Ahmedabad Knowledge Corridor (10 IT/ITeS SEZs + STPI) Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT) Creative Infocity (Gandhinagar) and GNFC Infotower and Astron IT Park (Ahmedabad) Fast emerging as the favourite destination for IT/ITeS companies (1 SEZ + STPI (planned)) STPI centre (upcoming) STPI centre (planned) 10 multi-product/ multi-services SEZs

37 Investment Opportunities: Pharmaceuticals
Manufacturing Contract Manufacturing Organisation (CMO) Manufacturing of New Dosage forms like Patches Manufacturing of recombinant and DNA based products Manufacturing of Intermediates and fine chemicals Manufacturing of medical devices Manufacturing of Ayurvedic preparations Manufacturing of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient Manufacturing of Oncology products Manufacturing of Biopharmaceuticals Destination Gujarat Research & Development Contract Research Organisation (CRO) Clinical research Setting of R & D centers

38 Investment Opportunities: Biotechnology
R&D / Manufacturing Marine Agriculture Pharmaceutical / Healthcare Industrial Aquaculture Enzymes from Marine resources Marine resources for new molecules Ethanol manufacturing unit Manufacturing of Biofertilisers Manufacturing of Biopesticides Manufacturing of Plant Diagnostic kits Biodiesel plant based on Jatropha GM crops with seeds Tissue culture Bionutraceuticals Human Vaccines manufacturing unit Manufacturing of Human Diagnostic kits Manufacturing unit for monoclonal antibodies Veterinary vaccines manufacturing unit Stem cell Biopolymer manufacturing Manufacturing of Industrial Biocatalysts Infrastructure Bioservices Contract research (Pre clinical and Clinical) Bioremediation Quality certification / validation facilities Marine Biotechnology park Agriculture Biotechnology Park Biotechnology Training Centers

39 Investment Opportunities: Healthcare
Integrated Medicity Healthcare Outsourcing (BPO) Establishing Global Accreditations Facilities Clinical Research & Trials Establishing Chain of Primary public/Community Centres Holistic Wellbeing- Yoga, Physiotherapy, Acupressure Computer Navigated Surface Replacement Surgery of the Hip and Knee-Joint Low Cost Paid Surrogacy through In- Vitro Fertilisation Hospital Management on Rehabilitate, Operate and Transfer (ROT) basis High – Tech MRI/CT Scan Facilities DESTINATION GUJARAT

40 Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor
‘Investment Regions’ Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor

41 Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC)
Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) with an investment potential of US$90billion DMIC - a high impact industrial area within 150 km distance on both sides of DFC Uttaranchal Haryana Vision - “Engine for Economic Resurgence of the Country” Project Goals Double employment potential in five years - (14.87% CAGR) Triple industrial output in five years - (24.57% CAGR) Quadruple exports from the region in five years - (31.95% CAGR) Length of western DFC: 1483-km DMIC Influence Area: 82 Districts of Six States (14% of the country) Gujarat km (38%) Dadri Rajasthan Uttar Pradesh Gujarat Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Arabian Sea J.N.Port End Terminals DFC Alignment

42 Industrial Development along the DMIC
Locations of Industrial Estates developed and maintained by GIDC Total Number of estates and clusters - 265 Number of estates, clusters in the corridor – 160 Total Area developed in the corridor Ha. Potential Sectors Chemicals , Petrochemical Pharmaceutical Engineering & steel Textiles & apparels Diamond, Gems & Jewelry Gas & electricity Logistics 61% of total industrial investment in the state is in the proposed corridor

43 Investment Regions along DMIC
Uttaranchal Haryana Investment Node Proposed Location of Investment Node Estimated Investment Requirements (in US$ Million) Employment Potential (Nos.) in SEZ, Agro Processing, Port, Port Based Industries, IT/ITES, Logistic Parks Node 11 Palanpur-Sidhpur-Mahesana 1,600 53,500 Node 12 Ahmedabad-Dholera 11,000 250,000 Node 13 Vadodara-Bharuch 2,400 84,000 Node 14 Dahej-Bharuch 6,850 Node 15 Surat-Navsari 2,300 Node 16 Valsad-Umbergaon 6,100 69,000 Total Gujarat 30,250 790,500 Total DMIC 89,150 2,862,000 Dadri Rajasthan Uttar Pradesh Gujarat Madhya Pradesh Arabian Sea Maharashtra J.N.Port Node 11 Node 12 Node 13 Node 14 Node 15 Node 16 Investment Region

44 Infrastructure Master Plan for DMIC Phase I
Particulars Nos. Length (Km) Approx. Cost (in US$ Million) Six Laning of Road 9 1063 1403 Four Laning of Road 13 977 904 Broad Gauge Conversion for Rail 877 609 Doubling of Broad Gauge Line for Rail 6 801 721 New Rail Link 3 191 172 New International Airport 1 20 (Sq. Km) 314 Metro Rail 100 1125 Logistics Parks 4 5 325 Total Cost Outlay US$ 5,573 Million

45 PCPIR (Petroleum Chemical & Petrochemical Investment Region)
Dahej - Bharuch Concentration of Petroleum, Chemical and Petrochemical estates Rich natural resources and feedstock availability. Proposed SEZ by GIDC at Dahej & Jhagadia. Proposed SEZ in private sector by Jubilant at Vilayat Availability of feedstock Well established Infrastructure Chemical port terminal and chemical storage facility at Dahej Export Promotion Measures Petroleum, Chemical and Petrochemical Investment Region (PCPIR) Legal Framework Gujarat SEZ Act Notified Area Authority under GID Act Gujarat Infrastructure Development Act Infrastructure for effluent treatment Effluent disposal pipelines, Common effluent treatment plants and solid waste disposal sites

46 Project based Opportunities
Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT) Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) Sabarmati Riverfront Development Project Metro Rail

47 Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT)
Concept A joint-venture between GUDC and IL&FS to develop and implement A hub for the global financial services industry World class architecture with signature towers An attractive pricing strategy Infrastructure Linkages State-of-the-art connectivity, infrastructure and transportation access Infrastructure services to support businesses including connectivity, IT, walk-to-work housing, security and services A 12 km dedicated Expressway to the International Airport is being built as part of the Project and 8 kms from Gandhinagar Mass Rapid Transit system linking the Project site to the cities of Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar

48 Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT)
Central business hub of an Integrated Development Plan area sprawling over about 27,000 acres Infrastructure Business Land 500 acre Multi Services SEZ 250 acre Domestic Tariff Area Built Space 7.5mn sq.m FSI/FAR 3.65 Green belt 0.59 mn sq m Building Height 400m Global BPO hub for financial services Preferred off-shoring location for global financial services players Operations hub for domestic financial services Centralized hub for mid and back office related activities for domestic financial services company Global IT hub for financial services Development and system support center for IT players with a significant presence in financial services sector Global R&D hub for emerging sectors Preferred R&D hub for industry Financial center for select product markets Integrated financial center dealing with the full set of financial services product including capital markets and trading

49 Ahmedabad: Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS)
An SPV formed for integrated public transit system The project is to be implemented in two phases The first phase to be operational by August 2009 Passenger handling: Bus Fleet buses Daily passenger trip – 2,00,000 For collecting fares, several hardware, software and real time monitoring equipments are to be installed at various locations On successful implementation, the same can be replicated in other cities like Surat, Baroda and Rajkot NARODA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE ODHAV INDUSTRIAL ESTATE VATVA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE GUJARAT UNIVERSITY Sabarmati Rly. Station Kalupur Rly. Station Maninagar Rly. Station RTO NEHRUNAGAR SHIVRANJANI NAROL NARODA ST WORKSHOP CIVIL HOSPITAL BRTS EXCLUSIVE CORRIDOR PHASE – 1 (58 km) BRTS CORRIDOR PHASE – 2 (125 km) BRTS CORRIDOR PHASE 2 (34 km) AMC LIMIT Ahmedabad BRTS Plan

50 Sabarmati Riverfront Development Project
An environment improvement venture envisaging development of riverbank Reclaimed land for multi purpose use: high end housing, commercial complexes, recreation centre, public utilities etc. Implementation through an SPV Time Line for completion: Dec 2009 Opportunities 2,21,500 sq m of the reclaimed land commercial development Development of high end residential complex over 1,24,700 sq m of land 1,54,800 sq m of land for developing 7,000 low cost housing units Proposed bus terminal

51 Metro Rail: Ahmedabad Gandhinagar
Phase 1 (to be operational by 2012 ) North - South Corridor: 33 kms. East - West Corridor: 11 kms Transport Demand 675,000 passengers daily Pass Km: 5,647,000 daily Pass Km/ km: 135,000 daily Phase 2 (to cover the entire city) Metro Rail: Ahmedabad Gandhinagar Project to be implemented on Public Private Partnership Model

52 Creating Conducive Environment for Investments Simplification of Procedures Creation of Land Bank Investor Support System (ISS) Centralized Availability of Information This is a predetermined divider slide and should not be modified

53 Facilitating and Speeding up Process
Initiatives to Aid Investors Build Up for VGGIS 2009 Facilitating and Speeding up Process Information Needs District Profiles Simplification of Process Information Exchange Sector Profiles Land Power Water Gas Environment Licensing Potential Investors Investment Regions & SEZ profiles Doing Business in Gujarat Investor Support System

54 To improve Investor’s experience in setting up an Industry
Simplification Process To improve Investor’s experience in setting up an Industry District Profiles Sector Profiles SEZ Profiles Investment Region Profiles Preparation of Information Bank Information Needs To increase transparency Standardization of Application Forms Check List Time Line Online Tracking & Submission Investor Software System Facilitating & Speeding up Process Simplification of Procedure

55 Centralized Availability of Information
District Profile Sector Profile SEZ Profile Investment Region Profile Vendor Directory Doing Business in Gujarat Investor Support System Continuous Updation

56 Global Investors’ Summit A World Class Mega Event on
Investment Promotion

57 inauguration of Global Investors’ Summit 2007
An innovative idea providing interactive platform to investors Summits organised successfully in 2003, 2005, 2007 US$200billion worth of investment committed Chief Minister Mr. Narendra Modi with Dr. Balaji Sadasivan (Minister, Singapore) , Mr. Ratan Tata, CMD, (Tata Group) and Mr. Mukesh Ambani, CMD (Reliance Industries) inauguration of Global Investors’ Summit 2007

58 Investment Committed during Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors’ Summit
Sectoral Distribution of Investment Committed US$ 20 bn 226 MoUs US$ 14 bn 76 MoUs US$ 152 bn 675 MoUs Vibrant Gujarat 2003 2005 2007 675 MoUs (862 Projects) *Civil Aviation, Textiles & Apparels, Urban Development, Road & Rail Projects, Healthcare, Paper Industries, Biotechnology, Financial Sector, Education, Pharmaceuticals

59 Global Investors’ Summit- 2009
Date January 12 – 13 , 2009 Science City, Ahmedabad Venue Reasons to attend Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors Summit 2009 Global congregation One to One Business meetings Phenomenal business networking Sector-Focused Sessions/Seminars Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signing Exhibition – Showcasing Strengths, Potential and Innovations Gems & Jewellery Seminar during December 26-28, 2008 Special tours – Business visits International Kite Festival – ‘The Colors of Gujarat’ Exploring Glorious Gujarat – The Land of the Mahatma

60 Gujarat : Moves Ahead : Home to Tata’s Nano Project
Tata’s INR One-lakh (US$2100) Nano Car project (world’s cheapest car) is all set to be launched from Sanand near Ahmedabad, Gujarat Project details: Estimated investment INR 2,000 Cr (US$450million) Mother plant to come over 1,100 acres of land Capacity of 5,00,000 units 10,000 people will be directly and indirectly employed Infrastructure worth Rs100Cr (US$25Million) including roads, power, drainage, water, effluent treatment plant to be developed by Gujarat Industrial Development Board “It took 10 days to tie up all loose ends-make the land ready for possession, get all clearance and approvals-and offer a final deal” Mr Ravi Kant, MD Tata Motors to Times of India Newspaper 8th Oct 2008

61 Tata and Gujarat started a new chapter of partnership
Gujarat : Moves Ahead : Home to Tata’s Nano Project Tata and Gujarat started a new chapter of partnership Together with Tata Motors, about 60 vendors would also move to the new location. Tata would also take up agriculture and marine biology research in the state as well as build an ITI near Nano plant for training workers “Gujarat was able to define the land, secure possession of the land-the main thing-at an unbelievably fast pace. In fact, if we could move a plant in a day, we could have actually have started operating here, given the fact that everything was ready in the state” “The chief minister of Gujarat moved very fast. Gujarat enjoys the reputation of being an investor-friendly state. So we decided this was really the place where we have everything in order. With all other states, despite all their good intentions, there were many things yet to be settled. So we decided to move forward with Gujarat and everything was put in proper place” Mr. Ratan Tata , Source: Press release

62 Leading Global Brands in Gujarat

63 Be Partners with us on this growth journey
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