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  • Welcome To Maharashtra METI-JETRO India Investment & Business Promotion Mission
  • Presentation Coverage
    • Fact Sheet
    • Economic Strengths
    • Investor Perception
    • Thrust Areas and Opportunities
    • Policy Initiatives
    • Japan Is Here
    • Key Cities for Business
  • Maharashtra – Strategic Location
  • Area:308,000 sq.km ( 10% of National) Coastline : 720 km (10 % of National) Population: 98.8 Mn (9 % Of India) Density : 320 Persons/sq.km State Domestic Product : 74 Bn USD (Highest ) Per Capita Income : 722 USD (India’s 521 USD) Gross Industrial Output/Capita : 427 USD ( India’s 198 USD) Highest Power Generation: 15210 MW 22% of Country’s net value added in Industrial Sector Maharashtra occupies position of prominence in India
        • 9.4 % of Country’s Population ( Produces 19% of National output )
    Most Urbanized State: 43% (India 28%) Urban Population > South Korea.Only 15 Countries have higher Urban Population Average Annual Growth in Last 10 Years : 7% (9.3% last 3 years) 22%New Company Registration 50%Of India’s Foreign Trade is Handled By Seaports & International Airport Facts About Maharashtra 67% Share of Younger Population(Below 34 years)
  • Advantage Maharashtra Maharashtra Distinguished State Of India ` 1/5 th of National Industrial Output 40% of India’s Total Exports 30 % of India’s software Professionals 30% of Patents filed from India Highest FDI approvals in the Country 900+ Institutions provide 169,000 Technical Manpower 13% of National GDP Facts About Maharashtra
      • 12 % of Country’s Universities
      • 17 % of Medical Education institutions
      • 13 % of Engineering Education institutions
      • 19 % of Management institutions
    Sound Social Infrastructure
  • Sound Physical Infrastructure
    • 2 International Seaports & 38 State
    • Ports
        • 3 International Airports.
        • 4 Fully Functional Domestic Airport.
        • Every District is being connected by
        • Air.
    Maharashtra is well connected Internationally & domestically
    • Reliable, cost effective telecom connectivity
    • 11 % of National Road Network (Road Length 246,000 Kms)
    • 9 % of National Railway Network ( 5,987 kms)
    • 34 % of Country’s International passengers handled by Airports
    • 34 % of International Cargo handled by Airports
    • 58% of Container traffic handled by JNPT
    • Abundant availability of Water (10 billion cum of live storage capacity)
    • Under sea-water Cable connectivity
    Sound Physical Infrastructure
  • Maharashtra Occupies Prominence in India
    • India is ranked Fourth in the Global Happiness League
    • Happiest Indians in the World Live in Maharashtra
    • Happiest Cities in India
          • 1. Pune
          • 2. Mumbai
          • 3. Nagpur
    • GNH — Gross National Happiness — is a better indicator of national development than GDP
    Back GfK NOP Report 2005
  • India’s Financial Capital - MUMBAI
    • Sixth Largest Metropolitan Area in the world & most cosmopolitan city in India
    • Headquarters of most Corporates, Banks, FIs and the Reserve Bank
    • Two Major Stock Exchanges as well as Two Commodity Exchanges
    • Generates 5% of India’s GDP
    • Largest & Busiest airport handling Maximum Passenger and Cargo Traffic
    • Contributes 10% of the factory employment, 33% of Income tax, 60% of customs duty and 40% of India’s foreign trade , 80% of Mutual Funds & 90% of Merchant banking Transactions
    • Center of Entertainment – Bollywood
    • “ Best city for Business”
    • Superior Infrastructure
    • International Airport – daily flights / connections to all major cities in Europe, N. America & the Far East (over 26,000 seats per week)
    • International living standards for Expatriates
    • Stable Power supply – the best in India
    • Landing point for 3 major Undersea Cables
    • Hi-quality Telecom Services & Connectivity
    • Several well developed Public & Private IT Parks
    MUMBAI
    • Growing Economy
      • 7.1 % Growth in Last Decade
      • 12% Targeted Growth for Next Five Years
      • Maturing Economy: Growing Services (61% of GSDP), Strong Industry Base (26% of GSDP)
      • Contributes 40% of National Fiscal Receipts
    Maharashtra Leads …
  • Maharashtra Leads …
    • MOST FAVOURED DESTINATION
    • Highest Industrial Investment
      • 11967 Projects With Investment of Rs 2654 Billion
    • FDI
      • 3655 proposals with Investment of Rs 521 Billion (21 %)
        • Country Nos. Investment (In $ Bn)
        • USA 849 2.97
        • Mauritius 405 1.63
        • UK 364 1.32
        • Italy 112 0.80
        • Germany 283 0.43
        • France 111 0.36
        • Netherlands 199 0.34
        • Singapore 143 0.33
        • Japan 122 0.15
        • Switzerland 132 0.13
        • Canada 37 0.04
    Our Partners in FDI
    • Contribution to Exports
    • 33% of India’s exports
      • Gems / Jewellery, Textiles / Garments, Leather Goods, Engineering Goods, Plastics, Pharma, Electronics / IT, Horticulture )
    • Largest number of 100% EOUs (571)
    • 30% of the Country’s Software exports
    • 34 % of Country’s International Passengers and 34 % of International Cargo handled by Airports
    • Over 65 % of India’s Container traffic handled by State’s Ports
    • SEEPZ contributes 56 % to exports of functional SEZs
    Maharashtra Leads…
    • Unique Strengths & Capabilities
      • Well diversified and Highly Productive Human Resource with Positive Work Culture, Educational Facilities , No Language Barriers
      • Excellent Infrastructure – Industrial Estates / Clusters developed by Government and Private Sector
      • Thriving Partnership with Enterprising Entrepreneurs
      • Continuity & Consistency in Government Policies on Investments
    Why I nvestment in Maharashtra is Rewarding Back
  • World Bank-CII Survey
      • World Bank Report – “The Investment Climate Assessment Report 2005 for India”.
      • A 2002 World Bank-CII study based on “Firm level analysis of competitiveness”.
    M aharashtra Has the Best Investment climate.
    • A Factory in Maharashtra employs 16% more Capital and 2% more labour.
    • But Produces 37% more Output and adds 51% more Value than a Factory in other parts of India
    Source: Maharashtra Development Report - Planning Commission Maharashtra gives Highest Productivity in India
    • The World Competitiveness Report 2005
    • Parameters - Overall Competitiveness, Economic performance, Business efficiency, Govt. efficiency, Infrastructure
    • Maharashtra ranks 42 -(Germany- 23, South Korea-29, France -30, Spain-38, South Africa-46, Philippines- 49, Greece- 50, Brazil-51, Italy- 53 Russia-54)
    Switzerland International Institute for Management Development (IMD) Back
  • Maharashtra – Growth Strategies
    • Strengthen Service Sector to Create employment Opportunities
    • Provide basic infrastructure through Private Sector Participation
    • Provide stability to businesses to encourage investment and growth
  • Thrust Areas
    • Infrastructure:Physical and Social with PPP
      • Transport, Roads, Power (Captive Power), Gas, Ports, Airports etc.
    • Special Economic Zones
    • Information Technology; Bio Technology
    • Agri Business- Food Parks, Floriculture
    • Pharmaceutical / Healthcare
    • Environment Management; Tourism
    • Development of Industrial Clusters
      • Auto, Apparel & Textile, Wine
    • Entertainment and Leisure
    • Mumbai Metropolitan Region
        • IT, ITES, Pharma, Gems and Jewellery, Textiles, Chemical, Petrochemicals, Entertainment
    • Mumbai-Pune-Nashik – Aurangabad Golden Quadrilateral
        • Manufacturing, Agriculture & Services
    • SEZs
        • SEEPZ, Mumbai, MIHAN,
        • Product specific SEZs at Pune, Nagpur, Aurangabad, Thane, Nanded, Kolhapur, Latur
    • Textile Clusters
        • Bhiwandi, Ichalkaranji, Malegaon, Sholapur
    • Auto Clusters
        • Pune, Aurangabad, Nashik
    • Forest and Minerals Based Industries
        • Vidarbha Region
    Areas of High Economic Activities
  • Mumbai-Pune-Nashik-Aurangabad Golden Quadrilateral Clusterisation Mumbai-Pune-Nashik-Aurangabad Quadrilateral accounts for 80% of state GDP
    • Aurangabad
    Knowledge Corridor General Industries Auto Industries
    • Mumbai
    • Nagpur
    • Nanded
    • Chandrapur
    • Kolhapur
    • Nashik
    • Pune
    • Jalgaon
    • Ratnagiri
    Subsequent Phases
    • Horticulture food processing
    • Paper based
    • Copper, manganese coal-power-intensive
    • Sugar-based
    • Chemicals
    • Cotton
    • Food processing
  • Automotive Industry Driving in the fast lane!
    • Manufacturing units for all segment: Passengers Cars, Commercial Vehicles and Three Wheelers.
    • Almost three out of every ten Tractors produced in the Country
    • Over 70% of Medium and Heavy Trucks are produced here.
    • About 80 out of 402 ACMA* Members located in Maharashtra
    • Major OEMs and Auto Ancillary units present in the State: Skoda Auto, John Deere, Tata Motors, Bajaj Auto, Fiat India, Mahindra & Mahindra, Bharat Forge & Cummins
    • Mumbai and Pune Key Centres
  • Maharashtra’s fabric Textile Industry
    • 25% (65 million kg) of the Country’s total cotton production
    • 12% (272 million kg) of Country’s total production of cotton yarn
    • 17% (16.6 lacs spindles) of Country’s total installed capacity
    • Largest number ( 560 ) of 100% Export Oriented Units
  • New Age Economy IT - ITES
    • 27 IT Parks in Public Sector and 102 developed privately
    • 32% of IT Professionals
    • 32% of Internet Subscribers
    • 35% PC penetration
    • 20% of Software Exports
    • 25% of the Top 500 Software Companies present
    • Mumbai and Pune are the Key Centers
  • Some prominent software companies * Infosys * Wipro * IBM Global Services * Cognizant * HSBC Development Centre * Xansa * Tata Consultancy Services * Zensar * SNS Technologies * Nihilent Technologies * L&T Infotech * Geometric Software * Syntel Inc. * BMC Software * Kanbay Inc. * Tata Technologies
  • Fast Growing Industry Bio-Tech and Pharma
    • Contribute about 40% of the total turnover
    • Presence of International players like GlaxoWellcome, Novartis, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, Abbott
    • Major Indian companies such as Wockhardt, Cipla, Lupin, Nicholas Piramal, Mahyco are making big headway in the areas of biotechnology.
    • Bio-Technology Park in Pune and Agri-Biotech Park in Jalna are shaping up
  • International Biotech Park, Pune
    • The first Public-private Partnership in Maharashtra
    • 100 acre campus off the Mumbai-Pune Expressway
    • World Class Life Science Research Park to provide enabling Environment for Biotech Research
    State of Art Facility
  • Protecting the Environment Blooming Floriculture
    • Major producer of floriculture products with 4000 hectares growing various species of flowers
    • Large number of export oriented units with FDI are being set up
    • The Topography and Climate of Pune - Nashik region is conducive for natural cultivation
  • Navi-Mumbai Special Economic Zone
    • World’s Largest Planned City
    • Area - 344 sq.km.
    • Population 2 million
    • Employment 0.8 million
    • Compliments Mumbai JNPT Trade Route close to Domestic and International Market
    • Housing and Special Infrastructure
  • Multi-Modal International Passenger and Cargo Hub Airport at Nagpur (MIHAN)
          • Area - 3310 Hectares
          • Investment $ 1.2 Billion
          • Activities planned:
            • Air Cargo Hub
            • SEZ
            • Health City,
            • International School
            • Rail & Truck Terminal etc
  • Vision Mumbai
    • “ Transform Mumbai into a World Class City”
  • Mumbai – Infrastructure Projects
      • Mumbai Urban Transport Project
      • Project Cost – Rs 45 Billion ( $ 968 Mn )
      • Mumbai Urban Infrastructure Project
      • Project Cost - Rs 26.48 Billion ( $ 569 Mn )
      • Trans Harbor Link
      • Project cost - Rs 43 Billion ( $ 925 Mn )
      • Inland Passenger Water Transport System
      • Project cost - Rs 4 Billion ( $ 86 Mn )
      • Second International Airport at Navi Mumbai
  • POWER SECTOR
        • Power Generation Projects:
        • Ongoing Projects -
          • Two Projects(Parli & Paras Expansion)
          • Investment of Rs 2176 Crs ( $ 468 Mn )
        • Proposed Projects
          • Three Projects-Uran,Talegaon &Khaparkehda
          • Investment of Rs 9308 Crs ( $ 2 Bln )
  • MIDC Projects
      • Captive Power Projects
        • Thane Belapur:- 165 MW ( Gas Based )
        • Nagpur:- 130 MW ( Coal Based )
      • Gas Pipeline:
          • Talasari-Tarapur: 0.4-0.75 mmscmd
          • Talasari-Uran: 12 mmscmd
          • Pune-Uran: 1 mmscmd
    Back
  • Maharashtra – Policy Initiatives
    • Policies Aimed at
        • Simplification and Rationalisation of Rules and Procedures,
        • Empowering People at All Levels
    • Energy Sector Reforms
    • Water Resources & Use Policy
    • Labour Reforms
    • Maharashtra Infrastructure Development Authority being set up
  • Maharashtra – Policy Initiatives
          • Industrial Policy- 2001
          • Bio-Technology Policy -2001
          • Grape Processing Policy -2001
          • IT & ITES Policy 2003
          • Special Economic Zone Act - 2005
          • Mega Project Policy
          • Retail Policy
          • New Industrial Location Policy
    Back
  • Japanese Presence In Maharashtra
    • TACO – a cluster of Tata / Japanese JVs, Pune
      • Tata Yazaki, Wiring Harnesses
      • Tata Toyo,Radiators
      • Tata Nifco, Fasteners
      • TC Springs
      • Tata Yutaka, Exhaust Systems
    • Keihin Fie, Pune, Fuel Injection Systems
    • Ceekay Daikin, Clutch Assemblies
    • Kawasaki - Motorcycles with Bajaj Auto
        • Matsushita- Washing Machines
        • Sharp-Home Appliances with Kalyani
        • National Panasonic
        • Ebara Pumps- Kirloskar JV
        • Kansai Paints- Goodlass Nerolac
        • Sumitomo Chemicals
        • ASB International-Plastic Moulding Machines
    Back Japanese Companies in Maharashtra
  • Mumbai – India’s Financial & Industrial Capital
    • Sixth largest metropolitan area in the world and most cosmopolitan city in India
    • Contributes 10% of the factory employment, 35% of Income tax, 60% of customs duty and 40% of India’s foreign trade
    • Headquarters of most corporates, banks, financial institutions, as well as the Reserve Bank
    • Largest and busiest airport handling maximum passenger and cargo traffic
    • Center of entertainment – Bollywood
    • “ Best city for Business”- Gallup/BT Survey
    City that never sleeps!
    • Area: 157 Sq. Km., Population: 33,26,837;
    • Suburbs : Area: 446 Sq. Km., Population: 85,87,561
  • Pune - Auto & IT Nerve Center Area: 15,637 Sq. Km., Population: 72,24,224 Oxford of the East
    • Cluster for major auto OEMs and ancillaries like Bajaj Auto, Tata Motors, Bharat Forge and Daimler Chrysler
    • Software technology Parks cater to a burgeoning software industry with major Indian and Global software players like TCS, Infosys, Wipro, IBM, Congizant, Geometric, Veritas etc
  • Nashik – Electronics and Agro Area: 15,539 Sq. Km., Population: 48,87,923 The Wine Capital of India
    • Three major industrial estates – Satpur, Ambad and Sinnar.
    • Home to the Security Printing Press - The nation’s currency printer.
    • The climate is apt for grapes cultivation and thus boasts of numerous wineries and distillers
    • Major factories like Siemens, Mahindra & Mahindra, MICO (Bosch) and Glaxo and a Thermal Power Plant.
  • Nagpur - India’s emerging logistic hub Area: 9,810 Sq. Km., Population: 40,51,444 City of Oranges
    • Second Capital of Maharashtra. Holds winter session of the State Assembly
    • The Geographical Center of India
    • Country’s first Dry Port as ‘Cargo Hub’ and SEZ being implemented.
    • Largest Timber Market in Asia.
  • Aurangabad – Engineering & Tourism Area: 10,106 Sq. Km., Population: 29,20,548 Hi-tech meets culture
    • Prominent Industrial Centre with a focus on Engineering and New Agricultural Biotechnology Initiatives
    • Emerging as the new Automobile Centre
    • Siemens, Skoda Auto, Bajaj Auto and Videocon are some of the prominent companies in the region.
    • Also key tourism destination – Ajanta & Ellora caves
  • Gateway to Maharashtra has no door because we follow an open door policy Gateway to Maharashtra has no doors because we follow an open door policy We Go That Extra Mile To Make Things Happen
  • WE WELCOME JAPANESE INVESTMENT TO MAHARASHTRA Thank You Contact: MIDC,’Udyog Sarathi’, Mahakali Caves Road, Andheri(East),Mumbai-400093, Ph.No.022-2687 1921/ 2687 1085 www.midcindia.org
  • Infrastructure Initiatives - Mumbai Metropolitan Region Maha Mumbai SEZ Navi M u mbai SEZ Bandra- Worli Worli- Nariman Point Mumbai Trans Harbour Link Mumbai-Pune Expressway
  • Maharashtra-Occupies position of prominence in India
    • POWER
    • 14 % of Country’s installed capacity (15,210 MW)
    • 36 % consumption by Industrial sector
    • Independent Regulator – MERC
    • Sale of Surplus Captive Power permitted
    • Group Captive Generation and Distribution in Industrial Estates being encouraged
    • Public and Private sector Players
    • Efficient & Business Friendly Legal Framework for
            • Special Economic Zones and
            • Specially Designated Areas
    • Provide for Authorities & Functions,
    • Industrial Townships,
    • Fiscal benefits by the State, etc.
    • APPROVED SEZs in MAHARAHSTRA
            • SEEPZ, Mumbai
            • Dronagiri, New Mumbai
            • Hinjawadi , Pune
            • MIHAN – Nagpur
            • Product Specific SEZs at Aurangabad, Kolhapur, Nagpur, Nanded, Thane
    Maharashtra SEZ Act
    • Special features of the policy
    • Institutional frame work
    • Unique Info Infrastructure
    • Developing Pool of skilled globally employable manpower
    • Fiscal Incentives to IT and ITES units
    • Support to IT & ITES units by Urban local bodies
    • Rewarding outstanding performance of IT and ITES units
    IT & ITES Policy 2003
    • Institutional Framework –
      • Maharashtra Biotechnology Board and
      • Maharashtra Biotechnology Commission
    • Creation of a special Biotechnology Development Fund
    • Fiscal incentives
    • Creation of Centres of Excellence – University of Pune as first such centre
    • Public Private Partnership for establishment of biotech parks, R&D centres and pilot plant facilities
    Bio Technology Policy
    • Institutional Support - Grape Board and Wine Institute proposed
    • Fiscal Benefits – Concessions in Excise duty
    • Simplified Procedures
    • Wine Parks in Nashik and Sangli District
    • 250 wineries expected
    Grape Processing Policy 2001
  • Labour Reforms
    • Relevant Acts amended to
            • Do away with requirement of prior notice for changing service conditions of workman
            • Allow longer operating hours
            • Grant exemption to IT and ITES Establishments from application of Shop & Establishment Act
            • Exempt Non-Core Activities in SEZs from provisions of Contract Labour Act
    • Maintenance of Large Number of Registers & Forms done away with
    • Self Certification Cum Consolidated Annual return Scheme
    • Delegation of powers to “Development Commissioner” in SEZ areas in respect of certain Acts and exemption from applicability of certain Labour related Acts in SEZs proposed