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Trade and Investment Environment in India S K Verma, Deputy Director General, India Taipei Association, Taipei.

organisations including FTAs and MFN arrangements  More than 350 million large middle class  Knowledge based economy  Legal Protection of IPR  Low rates of inflation January 9, 2004 S K Verma, India /in setting up manufacturing facilities commences simultaneously with test marketing.  i. FDI upto 100% permitted for e-commerce activities subject to the condition that such companies would divest 26% of their equity in favour of the Indian public in 5 years, if these companies are listed in/


1 Module 3 Chapter 10: Imperfect Markets and Fallible Governments: The Role of the State in Industrial Development Lall Arab Open University - Beirut.

technology. This mode tends to centralize the innovation process in developed economies. They transfer the results of their research to affiliates. Internalized modes are like foreign direct investment (FDI), where the seller of technology retains ownership and control /of large (monopoly) firms. 30 5. Some country experiences: India A variety of activities were reserved to the Indian government. The public sector had privileged access to factors of production like finance and infrastructure, as well as to /


Presentation on Indian Industry

development the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion was established by Government of India in 1995. With progressive liberalization of the Indian economy, initiated in July 1991, there has been a consistent shift in the role and functions of this Department. The DIPP is also responsible for formulation of the FDI policy and facilitation of FDI inflows into the country. -Since its liberalization policy India has opened several/


SECOND MEETING OF THE HIGH-TECH DEFENCE INNOVATION FORUM 16 th December, 2011 Building a High-Tech Defence Innovation Base in India December 16, 2011 Smita.

covering Acquisitions, Offsets, exports, manufacturing, FDI and ToT policies – for indigenous technological development. In it, prioritise Indian industry in defence acquisitions. Designate Indian firms or consortia as lead integrators. Introduce modern management in Public Sector Units, DPSUs and research/) is co-chaired by the South Korean Ministry of National Defense (MND) and the Ministry of Knowledge Economy (MNE). Also to plan R & D activities, training and skills programmes as well as defence offset,/


FDI- An Introduction Refers to the net inflows of investment to acquire a lasting management interest in an enterprise operating in an economy other than.

-Mart, Carrefour, Tesco) can open stores offering a range of items directly to consumers. Why Indian Market? Growth in working population Rising disposable incomes Changing consumer lifestyles Development of rural markets Reduce dependency on Chinese exports Need for FDI in Retail Sector Increased Efficiency Efficient and tested management practices Economies of scale Adoption of global best practices Adoption of modern technology The organized model adopted/


Building Resilience in SIDS for Trade & Climate Change Policies Robert Read Lancaster University Management School, UK.

EVI data suggests that SILDEs in the Indian and Pacific Oceans are more vulnerable/less resilient than those in the Caribbean or Sub-Saharan Africa. Growth & Resilience in Small Economies Resilience refers to the resource capacity of economies to deal with and /whether the private sector can perform this role alone – FDI is a critical potential source of advanced technology. Issue of whether the private sector can perform this role alone – FDI is a critical potential source of advanced technology. Public/


Indian Economy: An overview

and play an important role in Indian economy. India is an imp. ‘back office’ destination for global outsourcing of customer services and technical support. Major exporter of highly skilled workers in financial, software, software eng. Potentials are in , manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology/ export taxes, quantitative restrictions , approvals needed for 60% of new FDI in the industrial sector. FDI averaged only $200M between 1985-1991. In 2004, net FDI inflow was about 7-8 USD bn. ( China, 52 USD bn/


Population – 1.23 Billion / Capital – New Delhi / 29 states Continent - Asia / Region - South Asia / Indian subcontinent Currency – Indian Rupee (INR)

and the prices shot up substantially.  This had a huge effect on Indian economy as India’s primary buyer was gone and on the other hand, our primary sellers were in war.  Thus, 1991 was the year of perfect storm, with a / technical and scientific manpower pool in the world Prowess in Information technology is well acknowledged FDI INFLOWS (US$ bn) Composite cap in manufacturing increased to 49% from 26%, with full Indian management and control through the FIPB route; FDI beyond 49% allowed under approval/


This document has been prepared by IDBI Bank Limited (“Company”/ “Issuer”). The information contained in this document has not been independently verified.

Deficit is expected to be contained at 4.1% of GDP in FY15. ▪8 th highest foreign exchange reserves among countries which underpins India’s high liquidity ratio. 5 SOURCE: 1.Handbook of Statistics on Indian Economy 2013-14, RBI 2. RBI; Economic Outlook, CMIE 3. RBI – Database on Indian Economy 4. AT Kearney FDI Confidence Index, 2014 5. IMF’s data on international reserves and/


OECD Development Centre 1 A new geography of international investments? Multinationals from Brazil, India, and other emerging economies Andrea Goldstein.

global creative class? OECD Development Centre 4 What does it mean? “Before the West knows it, Chinese and Indian companies that are now making goods or doing service work for Western brands will become global players. The moment we/complex and multi-level relations (e.g. Chevron-CNOOC, competing for Unocal, cooperating elsewhere) FDI promotion: pro-active policies to attract FDI from emerging economies As in the case of developing countries, issues related to impact have to be considered. OECD Development /


Www.ibef.org Indian Economy Opportunities Unlimited SEPTEMBER 10, 2008, BUDAPEST Indian Economy Opportunities Unlimited SEPTEMBER 10, 2008, BUDAPEST.

used to show comparison with 1990 www.ibef.org 3 India: Among the Top 15 Countries in terms of GDP at constant prices The Indian economy has witnessed unprecedented growth. Booming services and industry sectors are providing the required impetus to economic /Provisional data www.ibef.org 7 140 percent Increase India: Attractive Investment Destination India is ranked second in AT Kearney’s FDI confidence index (2007) FDI inflow for the period 2007-08 witnessed a growth of 56 percent over the last year With/


FDI AND MNCS Oatley, Chapters 8 & 9. Ch.8: Multinational Corporations in the Global Economy  A corporation in which one country owns a facility in a.

Indian economy. It expelled existing enterprises that owned more than 40 percent of the local subsidiary by forcing them to choose between selling equity to Indian firms or leaving India together. Regulating MNCs in the Developing World  Governments that adopted export-oriented development strategies, such as the East Asian newly industrialized countries were relatively more open to FDI. Singapore and Hong Kong imposed almost no/


1. This document has been prepared by IDBI Bank Limited (“Company”/ “Issuer”). The information contained in this document has not been independently verified.

. Fiscal Deficit has been contained at 4.0% of GDP in FY15. ▪7 th highest foreign exchange reserves among countries which underpins India’s high liquidity ratio. 5 SOURCE: 1.Handbook of Statistics on Indian Economy 2013-14, RBI, 2. Controller General of Accounts, MOF, GOI 3. RBI – Database on Indian Economy 4. AT Kearney FDI Confidence Index, 2015, 5. IMF’s data on international reserves/


China: The Awakening Giant Eric Hage. “Enter the Dragon”- March 10, 2001 Somewhat recent dramatic increase in Chinese economy Somewhat recent dramatic.

to American interests Chinese reforms could create new wealth Chinese reforms could create new wealth “China’s Economy: Celebration and Concern”- Nov 10, 2001 Chinese GDP estimates are inflated Chinese GDP estimates are inflated/ India will surpass China… Appears that India will surpass China… - ground up approach - Indian diaspora - potentially increasing FDI - homegrown entrepreneurship “The Business of Governing Business in China”- January 2005 - How will China govern its markets? - What form will the /


“Make in India Mittelstand” 10 th September 2015, Berlin, Germany.

and several Indian state governments. All rights reserved. New Infrastructure Industrial Corridors Industrial Clusters Smart Cities New Sectors — Liberalized FDI Policy Opening of Rail infrastructure sector FDI cap raised in Defence and insurance Simpler norms of FDI in Construction / the Top-priority Host Economies Japan Bank for International Cooperation: 2014 Survey Ranked Top Most Promising Country for Overseas Business Operations in Medium Term Ranked Top Investment Destination in Long Term UNCTAD News,/


MAKE IN INDIA – TURNING VISION INTO REALITY An initiative designed to facilitate investment, foster innovation, protect intellectual property, and build.

Indian investments Making India part of the global supply chain Liberalized FDI Regime:  Railways - 100%  Construction - 100%  Medical Devices - 100%  Defence - 49%  Insurance and pension funds - 49% Liberalized Foreign Direct Investment Regime India today is one of the most open economies of the world  100% FDI permitted in Telecom Sector  100% FDI permitted in Asset Reconstruction Companies  100% FDI in single-brand retail Make in India - impact on FDI (Oct - Jul) FDI/


EU and the BRIC economies Brazil, Russia, India and China.

biggest export market BUT Given the size and growth of India’s economy – much unfulfilled potential – current and future Services trade – approx. one third of goods trade but growing significantly Foreign direct investment EU = largest foreign investor in India and is main destination for Indian FDI but overall flows relatively small Indian companies in Europe include Infosys, Tata Consultancy Services, Wipro, Tata Steel, Tetley, Bharat Forge/


DOING BUSINESS IN INDIA Roma, 7 maggio 2014. About D&B Tangram Our focus areas 2 Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) Tangram is a business advisory firm that provides.

consumer market in the world, behind the USA, Japan, China and the UK. Ranked 3 rd in the world and 2 nd amongst the developing economies on investment attractiveness in the ‘World Investment prospects survey’ by UNCTAD at IMF meet 2012. It has attracted FDI more than/ ~6.5% to the country’s GDP by 2015. Major growth drivers: Meat & Seafood, Ready to Eat Products Healthcare – The Indian health care sector is poised to touch US$ 100 billion by 2015 and US$ 275.6 billion by 2020. Major growth drivers: Medical/


Regional Cooperation in South Asia: Looking Back and Ways Forward U.S. Foreign Policy Summer Institute Bard College, New York July 24, 2015 Prem Raj Khanal,

Pakistan 2 nd largest country Maldives – tourist industry, attract large amount of FDI, Sri Lanka is second wealthy economy in the region Since 1980, South Asia has obtained in average nearly 6% per annum GDP growth. South Asia is a economically poor/natural resources, Nepal and Bhutan water resource and Bangladesh natural gas solve the energy crisis in SA Indian expert manpower can build the infrastructures in SA Build more trust between South Asian Countries, especially India and Pakistan More power to/


Risks in FDI. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)  refers to the net inflows of investment to acquire a lasting management interest (10 percent or more of.

 Employs 7.2% of total workforce (33.1 million jobs)  Unfair competition resulting in large scale exit of incumbent domestic retailers, specially the small family-owned businesses  Domestic incumbent firms in the organized sector is an infant industry Concerns about FDI in Indian Retail Industry  FDI can help in tackling Inflation especially in food prices  Technical know-how from foreign firms, such as warehousing technologies and distribution systems/


Multinational companies And its impact on the Indian economy Presented by : Dr. Parul Agarwal.

on the Indian economy Presented by : Dr. Parul Agarwal Definition According to Franklin Root (1994), an MNC is a parent company that  engages in foreign production through its affiliates located in several countries.  exercises direct control over the policies of its affiliates.  implements business strategies in production, /042.19 14,300.94 2004 (Jan-Mar) 1,599.10 5,076.61 Source: www.indiaonestop.com Country-wise FDI… Country 1991 to 1995 1996 to 2000200102030405 MAURITIU S 1,73 2 13,8 63 7,31 3 4,9 83/


INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN INDIA Presented By, SAN Corporate Advisors.

Age 7 & above) Percent of the population under the poverty line 22% (2006 est.) INDIAN ECONOMY The economy of India is the eleventh largest economy in the world by GDP and the fifth largest by purchasing power parity (PPP).eleventh largest GDPfifth/ OF LISTED COMPANIES BUSINESSREAL ESTATES DEPOSITES WITH BANKS 1RESTRICTION ON INVESTMENT *Subject to FDI Rules FREELY PERMITTED* FREELY PERMITTED TO PVT SECTOR * UPTO 100% IN NEARLY ALL SECTORS* FREELY PERMITTED (Large Projects) OTHER THAN AGRICULTURE * FREELY /


Issues in Capital Account And Current Account Transactions

cover cases of Operating-cum-Investing companies which own 100% of Indian Company Question Break Can Downstream Investment be made using internal accruals? Investment in Limited Liability Partnership (‘LLP’) FDI in LLPs is permissible under the approval route where operating in sectors / activities where 100% FDI is allowed under the automatic route No FDI linked performance conditions FDI in agricultural/plantation activity, print media or real estate not allowed/


1 Meeting of India-EU 7 th Joint WG on Information Society mayti Presentation On Opportunities for industries in the EU region for establishment of Electronic.

Sachs “India has taken its place in the world economy. You already have them in cars & autos, in electronics and systems.” Jamie Dimon, Chairman and CEO JP Morgan “India has taken its place in the world economy. You already have them in cars & autos, in electronics and systems.” Jamie Dimon, Chairman and CEO JP Morgan “The Indian market has been growing very fast in recent years and we have found/


India’s Political Economy An introduction. Outline  A Long-Term View  2004 Elections. What do they mean?  Globalization and Nationalism  Trends and.

country in the region spanning all of southern Asia … the second largest national economy in Asia, after China, with comparably rapid PC growth rates today, and rather higher poverty measures … Since the opening of the Indian economy and /2002 Gujarat Violence  And unemployment unemployment  Human rights report Human rights report Human rights report  And investment and FDI And investmentFDI And investmentFDI  And Gujarat BJP Government under Narendra Modi BJP BJP  And justice justice Breman, Jan/


MALAYSIA FRANCIS PIRON, Ph.D., 2013. BASIC FACTS SINCE INDEPENDENCE IN 1957, TRANSITION FROM AGRICULTURE & MINING TO A DIVERSIFIED, MODERN ECONOMY MULTI-ETHNIC,

TO US$ 1998 NATIONAL ECONOMIC RECOVERY PLAN REGOGNIZED LOSS OF EFFICIENCY IN ECONOMY SINCE, STEADY DECELERATION IN FDIs, BUT DIVERSITY IN FDI SOURCE DIVERSITY OF FDI SOURCES => ISSUES OF “FIT” BETWEEN FOREIGN MGMT STYLES & MALAYSIA’S PLURALIST STYLE ? RECENT ISLAMIZATION ISSUES SUCCESS IN RETAINING ISLAMIC VALUES & MODERNIZING INCREASED GLOBAL COMPETITION FROM CHINA & INDIA … BUT ADVANTAGES FOR LOCAL CHINESE & INDIAN BUSINESSES CONTINUED INEQUITY BETWEEN RACES –BANGSA MALAYSIA WIDELY PREMATURE STRATEGIC/


RETAILING IN INDIA RETAILING IN INDIA Presentation by Shahnas A

easing a law that prohibits non-Indian companies from operating multi-brand outlets. Allowing foreign investment in multi-brand retail may help moderate food prices, said Kaushik Basu, chief economic adviser in the finance ministry, who sits on the panel. India currently allows 51 per cent FDI in single-brand retail and 100 per cent in wholesale cash-and-carry operations. In a landmark decision, the government/


Presentation By Mr. M.N. Chaini - Mr. M.N. Chaini - Vice-President Indian Merchants’ Chamber, Mumbai.

Contd…. Competition Policies in EU and India- Is it transparent and Non discriminatory? Lessons for India & EU to work together Indian economy today is a competitive and de-regulated open economic system. Various restraints to competition existed in the pre-reform/still prove to be inadequate to meet the competitive challenges. Changing Indian corporate sector These inadequacies may also adversely affect India’s chances of seeking FDI, the need for which has been emphasized. Product differentiation strategy /


Science Technology and Innovation Policies in India: Changing Perspectives and Missing links K J Joseph & Dinesh Abrol.

second fastest growing economy  Major player in the field of IT, Auto Pharma and others  Foreign exchange reserve of $200 billion from $ 400 Mill in 1991  Phenomenal increase in the Outward investment by Indian companies ($212 mill in 1995 to $8181mill in 2006)  / FDI Cos are cases of relocation of in-house R&D in home country to offshore location  56% of FDI Cos prefer to work alone in India, with 100% foreign equity without local partner in equity.  No reporting system for the R&D based FDI in /


1 Latest developments in optimal structuring of Inbound Investments including FDI, NRI Investments – FEMA and Taxation issues CA N.C. HEGDE 5 July 2015.

funds of NRIs, who now have set up large businesses abroad. Amendment in FDI Policy 19 PORTFOLIO INVESTMENT SCHEME  Application to AD banker for investment in Indian listed shares / convertible debentures on repatriable / not repatriable basis  Post /hybrid instruments and entity forms, treaty abuse provisions, digital economy taxation, transfer pricing implications etc. through various modes of reporting and automatic information exchange In India GAAR provisions deferred for better alignment with BEPS /


1 GLOSSARY. 2 Gross Domestic Product Total money value of all final goods & services manufactured within the country in one year. Annual value of goods.

non-manual employee 15 FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI)  FDI supplements domestic investment  The investment made to acquire long term benefits in enterprises operating outside the economy of the investor  The FDI relationship consists of a parent enterprise and a/ Nobel Prize for Chemistry 54 Business related awards [ET Awards]  Business Leader of Year-Anand Mahindra  Global Indian-Ram Charan  Businesswoman of Year-Vinita Bali  Corporate Excellence, Company of the Year- Hero Honda  Entrepreneur /


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data used to show comparison with 1990 www.ibef.org 3 India: Among the Top 15 Countries in terms of GDP at constant prices The Indian economy has witnessed unprecedented growth. Booming services and industry sectors are providing the required impetus to economic growth/2007 … www.ibef.org 6 140 percent Increase India: Attractive Investment Destination India is ranked second in AT Kearney’s FDI confidence index (2007) FDI inflow for the period 2007-08 witnessed a growth of 56 percent over the last year With /


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rate from 2003–04 to 2007–08 www.ibef.org 3 India: Among the Top 15 Countries in Terms of GDP at Constant Prices The Indian economy has witnessed unprecedented growth. Booming services and industry sectors are providing the required impetus to economic growth /www.ibef.org The computer software and hardware sector has received 12.37 per cent of the total FDI inflow between April 2000 and July 2008 FDI for June 2008 amounted to US$ 3,931 million 8 140 per cent increase India: Attractive Investment Destination/


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to 2007–08 www.ibef.org 3 India: Among the Top 15 Countries in Terms of GDP at Constant Prices The Indian economy has witnessed unprecedented growth driven by booming services and industry sectors Contribution of the Services Sector increased / Investment Destination India ranked second on the 2007 AT Kearney’s FDI Confidence Index. In 2007–08, FDI inflow grew by 56 per cent over that in the previous year. With improved PE ratio and ROE, Indian markets have attracted large investments. Sources: 1. DIPP (October /


India and the Knowledge Economy: Leveraging Strengths and Opportunities Carl Dahlman and Anuja Utz World Bank Institute November 9, 2004 New Delhi.

. Reform the curriculum of tertiary education institutions to include skills and competencies for the knowledge economy (communication skills, problem-solving skills, creativity, and teamwork) that also meet the needs /FDI, licensing, and personnel movements, along with informal means through imitation, reverse engineering, spillovers. Tap the Indian Diaspora, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists in technology-intensive businesses to strengthen the knowledge linkages with India, and encourage investment in/


MAKE IN INDIA Welcome. Why India ??? 1st among the world’s most attractive investment destinations Source: E&Y 2015 India attractiveness survey Jumped.

defence offset obligations for technology up- gradation Preference to `Buy (Indian)’ and `Buy and Make (Indian)’ over `Buy (Global)’ and `Buy and Make (Global)’ to attract foreign investment & indigenization of latest technology Promote India as a Manufacturing hub WIN-WIN FORMULA FOR IMPORT SUBSTITUTION & EXPORT PROMOTION 19 Opportunities under Make in India: Defence Manufacturing FDI in Defence Sector raised from 26% to 49% Above 49/


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with company lawyers on various aspects of indian law firm, they will help you lot in doing business in India. We will give you idea of Indian economy and structure and legal advice for capital market in India, foreign collaborations, joint ventures, technology/(dot) com where one of them can find complete information in concerning of FDI. Mainly FDI comes in India for serving retail sector that declared by finance minister recently. The fdi in retail sector india comes with 51% for multi-brand investments /


S L RAO AT UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, MADISON SEPTEMBER 2010 INDIA as a Superpower? 1. Indian Polity and Economy 2. Energy & Climate Change 3. Reforms Needed.

FDI though FDI has picked up; volatile foreign funds High interest rates; Real’ economy growing slower than services; Poor infrastructure, Subsidies, Poor social security; Administrative incapability to spend efficiently on programmes, Red tape, High deficits Overview-Economy Resilient economy/Source: Handbook of Statistics on Indian Economy, RBI online India’s Trade Scenario Source: Handbook of Statistics on Indian Economy, RBI (http://www.rbi.org.in)http://www.rbi.org.in Indian Trade Scenario (Goods & /


1 TAX IMPLICATIONS OF DOING BUSINESS IN INDIA NOVEMBER 6, 2006 22nd ANNUAL SJSU/TEI HIGH TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE Nishith Desai NISHITH DESAI ASSOCIATES David.

economy  World-class recognition in IT and bio- technology  Services sector contributing 54% to GDP  Largest English speaking nation in the world  India-China, rising powers in Asia  India could emerge as the worlds fastest growing economy/ Foreign Institutional Investment(FII) Foreign Venture Capital Investment(FVCI) Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Non-Resident Indian Investment (NRI) 8  100% foreign investment permitted in most sectors on automatic basis except:  Banking (74%)  Telecom services /


Presented by:- Cherry Bansal Managing Partner Managing Partner D.K. Bansal & Co., Chartered Accountants Foreign Entities – Setting up of office in India.

to be taken out of the country.. but there is not a shred of doubt in my mind that when you open an economy you should do it in totality. Foreign investment adds a sense of competition; we should see this as a wake/authorities such as RBI/FIPB etc  Foreign companies can set up JV with Indian Party in permitted sectors (subject to sectoral limits, if any, under the FDI policy)  Significantly higher flexibility in nature of operations  Expanding scope of operations is subject to internal approvals /


Global Economic Prospects and the Indian Economy Usha Thorat September 2010.

, WEO (Update) July-2010 (Per cent) Indian Economy - Growth Trajectory 5 Average GDP growth at 8.9 per cent during 2003-08 Real GDP grew at 8.8 per cent in 2010-11 (Q1) (6.0 per cent in 2009-10 (Q1)) RBI places real GDP growth/invested Earnings5,8287,6796,4288,079 Other Capital*517292757695 Total22,73934,72834,99231,68210,3817,557 * Inter company debt transactions of FDI entities FDI inflows as percentage of Gross Fixed Capital Formation, 2007-2009 (Per cent) 18 200720082009 Argentina 10.212.77.6 Brazil 14/


Media & Entertainment September 2006 www.imacs.in.

approval 4. Broadcasting Guidelines for Foreign Direct Investment in the Indian Media & Entertainment Industry Source: IMaCS Analysis MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT www.imacs.in Advantage India and business opportunities Market Overview Government regulations & policy Advantage India and business opportunities MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT www.imacs.in Advantage India Advantage India & business opportunities Second fastest growing economy in the world Favourable FDI policies for all the segments of Media & Entertainment/


Government Implications on Retail. The recent announcement by the Indian government with Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in retail, especially allowing.

Government Implications on Retail The recent announcement by the Indian government with Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in retail, especially allowing 100% FDI in single brands and multi-brand FDI has created positive sentiments in the retail sector. There is a fear that allowing FDI in retail would result in lowering of prices, as FDI will bring in good technology, reduces supply chain etc. If prices are lowered, then it will lower the margin/


FDI v/s FII (India and China) Presented By : Sakshi Chawla Apurva Jain Rahul Ojha Siddharth Jain Varun Chopra Amit Vasishth (MBA-IB,Sec-C)

impulses for the foreign direct investment. Balanced geographical distribution of FDI inflows could have been instrumental in achieving sustainable growth. But, it seems to have wide concentration of FDI inflows around. Mumbai Region (36%), followed by New Delhi region/ above in order to attract the foreign investment. Internal resources and withdrawal from the foreign reserves, trade loans and long- term financing might help in better investment plans. Planned structural changes to the Indian Economy and /


Industrial Policy in India Pre-91 and post-91 phase.

promotion of the small scale industries Regulation of foreign capital and technology Use of proper technology and scale economies Achieving demand and supply balance Promotion of exports and import substitution Employment generation Growth Restriction MRTP Act /Convertibility of Indian currency - Easing the price control - Restrictions on foreign investment are eased NEW INDUSTRIAL POLICY 1991 Highlights: a.Threshold of assets of companies under MRTP Act removed b.FDI upto 51% of equality allowed in high- /


Tecnova’s Presentation for Italian Trade Agency

consumer wallet; as the overall economy grows, spend on food is expected to grow Source: FICCI, Tecnova analysis Relative Share of Various Food Segments in Food Processing (2011) Industry Segmentation The Indian Food and Food Processing industry (/in India in the recent years Italy’s presence in Indian food industry can be predominantly felt in chocolate & confectionery, olive oil, wine and pasta industries 1 Represents total FDI (not only in food sector) Source: Primary research Italian Companies in Indian/


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growth, and was the second fastest growing GDP after China in 2006-07 The sound performance of each industry segment is leading to the overall robust performance of the Indian economy www.ibef.org 4 India: Robust Economic Platform Steadily increasing/SEBI Electronic equipment, manufacturing and telecom have witnessed significant FDI inflow Large FII activity in India has led to an upsurge in the Sensex * FII growth momentum was restricted because of Sub Prime Crisis in 2007-08 www.ibef.org 7 India: Vibrant /


Click to edit Master title style Indian Oil and Gas Industry.

domestic market  Anchor customer of the various petroleum products  Possibility of achieving economies of scale Source: IMaCS Research 71 183 Significant Business Opportunities exist for foreign /FDI investors in India (Hazira port and LNG terminal project – milestone for FDI in the sector)  Interests in both upstream and downstream (LNG, Lubricants, LPG, Bitumen, retail fuels and even solar energy) Global majors present in India  Owns 10% stakeholder in Petronet LNG Limited, a JV promoted by Indian/


Click to edit Master title style Indian Oil and Gas Industry October 2006.

India www.imacs.in © IMaCS 2006 Printed 15-Aug-15 Page 3 Indian Oil and Gas Industry - Prime mover of the Indian economy  Oil and Gas Industry Size is estimated at USD 110 bn (about 15% of Indian GDP)  Contributes/Strict Government controls Increasing Government participation Formation of national oil refining companies Coexistence of Public and Private Sectors Liberalised FDI regime Delicensing of Refinery sector (MRPL – 1996) Open marketing of many products Selective private participation Government, /


Indian Telecommunication Sector JULY 2013. 2 Presentation Plan 1 5 Telecom Industry Overview Emerging Trends in Telecom Market 3 Regulatory Framework.

– Investment Attracting Sector2 Major Players in Telecom Sector 6 Growth Avenues Dr. Gajender Sharma 12  Skilled and competitive labour force  Fifth largest telecom network in the world; second largest among emerging economies after China  On an average,/worth USD 337.5 million. The Indian telecom industry has a 74 percent FDI limit in the telecom services segment. The GoI has permitted 100 percent FDI in manufacturing of telecom equipment in India. Major trends in the telecom sector is increasing M/


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