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1 Gujarat Delegation visit to France Vibrant Gujarat 2015 Partner with Gujarat: Lead the World

2 2 India: Preferred Investment Destination Attractive FDI Destination Sources: 1 World Economic Outlook Database, April 2014. International Monetary Fund. Retrieved April 8, 2013.,Annual %ages of constant price GDP are year-on- year changes; the base year is country-specific; 2 India Brand Equity Foundation International Comparison Program 2011, World Bank Report, April 2014 To be World’s Fastest growing economy between 2011- 2060 2 Ranked the 3 rd most attractive destination for FDI UNCTAD’s World Investment Prospects Survey 2012-2014 Ranked 7 th as per AT Kearney’s 2014 FDI Confidence Index Ranked 2 nd, among developing economies for FDI Investment Promotion Agency’s promising investor economies (‘13-15) India is the 3 rd largest economy in terms of GDP (PPP): USD 5.06 trillion and 10 th largest economy in terms of GDP (Nominal): USD 1.89 trillion 1

3 3 Demand and needs of future India ~4 million Annual sale of vehicles by 2015 Ultra mega solar power projects proposed in 4 states of India including Gujarat 15 million Annual growth in population 700 – 900 million square meters of commercial and residential space to be built 100 smart cities to be developed 189 billion litres/ day of water supply needed by 2030 With 49 % Foreign Direct Investment allowance in defense and finance sector Development of 16 new ports, 7 industrial cities, with relaxation of FDI limit in real estate, etc. At least 40 million university places by 2020

4 4 India Consumption will account for 40 % of Global Middle Class 2050 Growing Consumer Demand Retail sector expected to grow by 260% by 2020 Current = USD 500 billion Growth at the Counters USD 910.75 million fund to facilitate talent development in R&D sector Frugal Innovation 25% of world’s population under 25 years live in India Young demography Home to 25% of World’s skilled workforce by 2025 Expanding Skilled Workforce World’s 2nd largest pool of scientists and engineers working across the globe High Competency Reasons to be in India

5 5 1 st in Engineering Research & Development & Design Outsourcing Industry Well Engineered Growth Story Rural income estimated to reach USD 1.8 trillion by 2020- 21 from current USD 570 billion Rural Growth Stories USD 1 trillion investment planned in by 2017 Increasing infrastructure spend Telecom sector expected to grow by 435% by 2020 3rd largest smartphone market Mobility Expected to become the 2nd most competitive manufacturing destination by 2018 Manufacturing the future Amongst the top exporters of formulations in volume Biotech industry to be worth USD 100 billion by 2025 Lifesciences

6 6 Gujarat A Land of Opportunities An Enduring Strong Economy with SDP rising at an average growth rate of 10.1% since 2005 to 2013, more than the national average Gujarat achieved an annual growth rate of 9.51% during 11 th plan (2007-2012) Ranked 1 st in India for “Economic freedom among States” Economic Freedom of the States of India 2013 FDI equity inflows ~ USD 9.5 billion 1 Outstanding investments USD 255.4 billion 2 *SDP - State Domestic Product ; 1 From April 2000 to Feb.2014, RBI’s Monthly bulletin dated: 11.04.2014; Note: Exchange rate : USD 1 = INR 61.70 as on 21 st January, 2014 ; 2 CMIE (2012-13) GUJARAT

7 Gujarat’s share In India 6% of India’s Geographical Area: 1,96,000 7.5 % of India’s GDP 5% of India’s population: ~ 60 million 25% of India’s exports 40% of total Indian port cargo handled by Gujarat’s ports (2012-13) 10% of India’s factories are in Gujarat 9.5 % share in India’s Workforce 13% Net Value (Manufacturing) 30% share in India’s stock market capitalization

8 8 Gujarat Strategic geographic location with excellent connectivity Gujarat, with a coastline of 1600 km is well connected to all the major port-based trade routes, such as USA, Canada, Europe, Australia, China, Japan, Korea, Gulf & African countries and other major trade cities of the world by air route Gujarat acts as a Gateway to the rich northern and central hinterland of India; connecting them via road, rail and air - thereby providing immense trading opportunities 77690 kms. roads 1 International & 16 Domestic airports 1 Major & 41 Minor Ports 5257.22 km railway lines Source: Socio-Economic Report 2013-14

9 9 Gujarat Enduring and Growing Economy [3292.85] GSDP ( INR billion ) The graph shows sectoral composition of Gross State Domestic Product at current prices (in INR billion) Note : (P) : Provisional; (Q) : Quick Estimates Sources: CMIE, Gujarat State Socio - Economic Review 2013-14, DIPP - Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion; Gujarat attracted 131 FDI proposals worth USD 3.7 billion over 2011-12 and became the state with the second highest number of FDI proposals

10 10 Gujarat: Leading the way.. Manufacturing Manufacturing sector contributed 25.2% to the Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) in 2012-13 Gujarat is the leader in the production of Soda ash (91%), Salt (66%), Petrochemicals (62%) and Export of Diamonds (80%) in the country CAGR of investments in manufacturing sector in last 6 years is approximately 19% Automobile and Auto Ancillaries Gujarat has a sound base of 30 clusters comprising of castings & machine tools, brass parts, oil engines & electric motors, bearings, auto-ancillaries Gujarat will have an installed capacity of over 3 million cars per annum, nearly half of the total capacity in the country in the next 3-5 years Rajkot has approximately 500 auto component manufacturers with annual turnover of ~USD 130 – 150 million Chemicals Gujarat accounts for 62% of India’s petrochemical production, 53% of other chemicals production and 18% of India’s chemical exports More than 6,600 chemical and petrochemical products are produced in Gujarat Largest supplier of bio-fertilizers, seeds, urea and other fertilizers -Largest caustic soda producing state with 1.6 million tonnes capacity Pharmaceuticals Gujarat accounts to 33% of India’s pharma sector turnover and 28% of India’s pharma export 80% of world’s Isoniazid (used for treatment of tuberculosis) is produced in Gujarat Approximately 40% of India’s machinery for pharma sector manufactured is from Gujarat

11 11 Gujarat: Leading the way.. Renewable Energy Gujarat contributes ~15 % to India’s renewable energy basket Gujarat has the highest solar generation potential in India of around 69,000 MW (Installed capacity: 891 MW as on 31/03/2014) Gujarat has Asia’s first and the largest Solar Park with a capacity of 590 MW at Charanka Finance Gujarat contributes to almost 30 % of India’s stock market capitalization, 16 % to the country's total output and 19 % to exports India’s first Globally benchmarked SEZ for Financial Services, GIFT, aspires to cater to India’s large financial services & IT/ITeS potential by offering a world-class infrastructure and facilities Agro & Food processing The agricultural growth rate in Gujarat rose from 3.3% in the 1990s to 11% during the decade 2001-02 to 2011-12 Gujarat’s Share in World Production: Fennel – 67%, Castor – 67%, Cumin – 36%, Isabgul – 35%, Ground nut – 8%, Guar Seed – 6% ICT The ICT industry in Gujarat was estimated to be around USD 810 million including exports worth USD 270 million In 2012-13 More than 1000 ICT & BPO companies including 5 medium sized companies operational in Gujarat Defense With 49 % Foreign Direct Investment allowance in defense sector, India is set to strengthen its tie with foreign partners. Gujarat aims to target 35% of the possible defence Offsets to be sourced from India

12 12 Power equipment manufacturing Auto components Modern cement and textile machinery Electronic Components Manufacturing Assembling and manufacturing automobiles Auto Ancillaries R & D Process & Design Automobiles Natural resources- based opportunities Agricultural/Horticultural Infrastructure projects Newer technology-based projects Export oriented processing Agro & Food processing New Age Warships Modern Aircrafts Advanced Rocket Technology Surveillance, Communications and Navigation Technologies Sensors/ Detectors/ Radars ICT Gujarat Investment Opportunities Solar Parks Wind Energy Farms Wind Turbine Manufacturing Smart grid Opportunities in GIFT City Financial Service operations Capital markets and trading Finance Renewable Energy Medical devices manufacturing R&D in Clinical research and Genetic engineering Biopharmaceuticals Pharmaceuticals Textile Chemicals Pigments and Coating Products Engineering Polymers Acrylic Fibres Chemicals ICT Parks Microprocessors Handsets Wireless Communication Systems for Defense Sector Defense

13 13 State Acts & Policies Gujarat Textile Policy 2012 To transform the state cotton industry as a leader in manufacturing of yarn, fabric and garments with a policy to work on five F’s – Farm, Fibre, Fabric, Fashion (Garment) & Foreign (Export) Shipbuilding Policy 2010 To explore potential as well as resources available on the Gujarat coast for shipbuilding To enhance industrial growth in the state by encouraging establishment of downstream ancillary industries Gujarat Industrial Policy 2009 To facilitate investments in the state, generate employment and adhere to high quality standards Power Generation Policy 2009 To develop the state of Gujarat as a power-generation hub To have adequate availability of power in the state for agriculture, households, industry etc. Solar Power Policy 2009 To promote power generation of green and clean power in the state using solar energy To promote employment generation and skill enhancement of local youth Special Investment Region Act 2009 To facilitate the set up for the establishment, operation, regulation and management of Industrial regions of more than 100 sq. km

14 14 Level of integration 57 SEZs Multi-product Chemical Textile Pharma IT/ITeS Electronics Engineering Biotech Gems & Jewellery 83 Products Clusters 186 Industrial Estates (functional) 13 Special Investment Regions (SIR) of more than 100 sq. kms each planned Petroleum, Chemicals & Petrochemical Investment Region (PCPIR) National Manufacturing Zone - Dholera Gujarat International Finance Tec City (GIFT) New industrial areas planned for agro parks, tourism, recreation and information technology Knowledge Corridor Integrated Township Scale of holistic development Stage 1Stage 2Stage 3Stage 4 Gujarat A vision for integrated growth leading to a overall development The current phase involving integrated development of large areas like SIRs, PCPIR and DMIC is poised to transform the industrial scenario in the state

15 15 Vibrant Gujarat India’s largest trade and investment summit

16 2011 & 2013 The Global Business Hub 2009 Showcasing Gujarat: The Growth Engine of India 2007 Making Gujarat as Most Preferred Investment Destination 2005 Making Gujarat as Preferred Investment Destination 2003 Re-establishing Gujarat as Investment Destination Focus on Investment Promotion and Showcasing Gujarat as Investment destination Vibrant Gujarat : The journey from “Investors’ Summit” to “Global Business Hub” Global platform for networking, knowledge sharing, social and business transformation Vibrant Gujarat 2015 Themes: Knowledge Building, Sustainability, Youth Empowerment & Skill Development, Innovation & R&D and Gujarat as a platform to do business in India

17 Participation from - 121 countriesForeign delegates - 2,100Indian delegates - 58,000Investment Intentions – 17,719Strategic Partnerships 2,670Partner Countries - Japan & CanadaPartner Organization - USIBC, JETRO, ICCC, UKIBC, AIBCExhibition Area - 1,00,000 sq. mt. Vibrant Gujarat 2013

18 Vibrant Gujarat 2015: “A Global Business Platform” January 11, 2015 0900 – 1300 hrs:Inaugural Function Inaugural Address by Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi 1300 – 1400 hrs:Lunch 1400 – 1700 hrs:Partner Country Seminars 7 Partner Countries from across the world 1700 – 2000 hrsGlobal CEO’s Meet CEOs of Fortune 500 Companies, Eminent Economists, Noble Laureates and Academicians 2000 hrs onwardsDinner with International Concert

19 Vibrant Gujarat 2015: “A Global Business Platform” January 12, 2015 0900 – 1300 hrs:Theme Seminars Smart Cities for the Next Generation SMEs : Gearing up for Global Competitiveness Gujarat: Preferred Hub for Defense Production International Finance Centre: A Platform for Global Business Water Management & Climate Change Healthy Gujarat: Leveraging Technology, Innovation and Enablers (TIE) CSR: Touching Lives and Making an Impact Energy: “Sustainable for All” 1400 – 1600 hrsState Seminars 1630 hrs onwardsValedictory Session

20 Vibrant Gujarat 2015: “A Global Business Platform” January 13, 2015 0900 – 1300 hrs: B2G Meetings with Policy Makers and Government Officers B2B Meetings between visiting companies

21 South Africa Australia Canada Netherlands Great Britain Japan Singapore Vibrant Gujarat 2015 7 Partner Countries, Delegates from over 127 Countries Knowledge PartnerNational Partner Partner Organizations USIBC

22 International Leaders Union Ministers Fortune 500 CEOs Industrialists Young Entrepreneurs Investment Bankers Academicians Eminent Economists Noble Laureates Vibrant Gujarat 2015 Participants

23 A Business Platform showcasing over 25 Sectors Area: 1,25,000 Sq. Mtrs. 2000+ Companies expected to participate Over 2 Million visitors expected Over 2,500 International Delegates International participation from over 101 Countries Vibrant Gujarat Global Trade Show “The Biggest So Far” Vibrant Gujarat 2015 Global Trade Show Dates: 8th Jan – 13th Jan 2015 Venue: Exhibition Ground, Gandhinagar

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