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      • FACTORS AFFECTING COUNTRY`S INDUSTRIAL PATTERN.
        • INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL
        • EXTERNAL: RELATE—> TO B.E  NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL.
        • INTERNAL : OPERATIONAL ASPECT OF FIRM  PRODUCTIVITY, EFFICIENCY AND PROFITABILITY
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    • INDUSTRIAL POLICY
      • POLICY  SECTORS WHICH WILL BE SUPPORTED MORE
        • SOME SEGMENTS TO GROW FASTER
        • INVITE FOREIGN INVESTMENT SO SEE WHICH SECTORS
        • SPECIAL FACILITIES
        • INCENTIVES
        • ETC.
    • COMPETITIVE CONDITIONS
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      • ITS RELATED WITH: DEMAND AND PROFITABILITY CONDITIONS THROUGH GOVERNMENT POLICY, REGULATIONS.
      • IMPORTANT FACTORS SUCH AS:
        • SUPPORT TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP
        • AVALAIBILITY OF SKILLED LABOUR
        • TECHNOLOGY
        • OTHER FACTORS ALSO AFFECT FDI.
    • CONTINGENT FACTORS
      • UNFORSEEN, CANNOT ANTICIPATED IN ADVANCE.
        • EARTHQUAKES
        • SOCIAL UNREST
        • FLOODS
        • WAR
        • MONSOON FAILURE
        • SO SECTORS WHICH ARE MORE PRONE TO THIS AFFECT IT.
      • TAXATION AND PUBLIC EXPENDITURE VERY IMPORTANT FROM INDUSTRY PONT OF VIEW.
        • DIFFERENT RATE OF SALES TAX, EXICE TAX, VAT
        • IN OUR COUNTRY DIFFERENCE IN SALES TAX IN DIFFERENT STATES.
        • Capital Expenditure:  ON infra and Direct investment in certain location to encourage more industry, assistance in FINANCE, TECHNOLOGY,MARKETING,TRAINING or ENTREPRENEURSHIP
      • GOOD PACKAGES  WHERE COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE IS THERE  SUPPORT TO EXPORT.
      • FOR IMPORT  CONCESSIONAL IMPORT DUTIES ETC
        • FOREIGN EXCHANGE FACILITIES
        • CONCESSIONAL CREDIT
        • IMPORT DUTY BENEFITS
      • AVALIBILITY OF MODERN TECHNOLOGY
      • GOOD R&D FACILITIES
      • CAPITAL GOODS IMPORT
      • FOREIGN TECHNOLOGICAL COLLABORATION
      • INTERNATIONAL LICENSING AND FRANCHISING
      • SO GOOD POLICY OF GOVERNMENT IS MUST FOR THIS.
    • HUMAN RESOURCES
      • KEY TO INDUSTRIAL GROWTH
    •  
    • THESE ARE
    • ANNUAL GROWTH RATES OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION IN MAJOR SECTORS OF INDUSTRY SINCE 1994-95 MINING PRODUCTS IS DERIVED DEMAND AS THESE USED AS RAW MATERIAL TO OTHER SECTORS AS THIS IS DECLING SO IS MANUFACTURING. POWER SECTOR DEPEND UPON TECHNICAL CONSTRAINTS AND FAILURE OF NEW INVESTMENT IN THE SECTOR TO COPE UP WITH RISING DEMAND FROM MANUFACTURING, HOUSEHOLD AND AGRI. YEAR MINING AND QUARRYING MANUFACTURING ELECRICITY GENERAL WEIGHT  10.5 79.4 10.2 100 1994-95 9.8 9.1 8.5 9.1 95-96 9.7 14.1 8.1 13.0 97-98 6.9 6.7 6.6 6.7 2000-01 2.8 5.3 4.0 5.0 2001-02 1.2 2.9 3.1 2.7
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      • CSO(CENTRAL STATISTICAL ORGANIZATION):
        • TAKES INTO ACCOUNT MINING,QUARRYING, MANUFACTURING AND ELECTRICITY  FOR COMPUTING (IIP): INDEX OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION AND INDUSTRIAL GROWTH RATE.
        • MILLION OF INDUSTRIES CONTRIBUTE TO GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT.
        • BACKWARD LINKAGES: WITH AGRICULTURE AND RAW MATERIAL PRODUCING SECTOR AND
        • FORWARD LINKAGES WITH THE SERVICE SECTOR.
        • THIS FORMS A CLOSE LINK BETWEEN THE GROWTH OF THE INDUSTRIAL SECTOR AND OTHER SECTORS HAVING TRANSACTIONS WITH IT.
    • CONTINUE……
      • INDUSTRIAL POLICY PROVIDE:
        • FRAMEWORK FOR THE PROMOTION AND REGULATION OF SECTOR  AS PER MACROECONOMICS or PLANNING OBJECTIVES.
        • IT EFFECTS DIRECT AND INDIRECTLY.
        • IN THIS DIFFERENT SEGMENTS OF INDUSTRY LIVE AND ADJUST.
        • IT AFFECTS THE CONDITIONS OF
          • INDUSTRIAL INVESTMENT, OPERATIONS, GROWTH AND MANAGEMENT.
    • CONTINUE..
      • IT IMPACTS
        • COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT
        • FOREIGN INVESTMENT
        • CAPITAL FORMATION
        • LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS
        • FLOW OF INDIRECT TAX REVENUE
        • EXPORT AND IMPORT
        • VERY IMPORTANT: UNDER ITS FLOW  TO REDIRECT THE SCARCE RESOURCES TO PRIORITIES OF NATIONAL IMPORTANCE.
    • THE DESIGN OF POLICY:
      • IN VIEW OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL OBLIGATIONS, RESOURCE AVAILABILITY, PAST TRENDS IN INDUSTRIAL GROWTH, FUTURE PROJECTIONS AND CURRENT INDUSTRIAL CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES.
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    • WHAT AN INDUSTRIAL POLICY CONTAIN?
      • Comparative Roles Of Public, Private, Joint And Cooperative Sector
      • Categorization Of Industries From The Point Of View Of Assistance , Market Entry, Control Or Regulation.
      • Jurisdiction(geographical, Functional Or Product) Of The State Monopoly.
      • Structure Of Control For The Private Sector.
      • Role, Attitude And Policy Towards Foreign Investment And Companies
      • Thrust Or Priority Areas Of Industrialization
      • Incentive And Institutional Structure For The Promotion Of Industrialization
      • Role Of Cottage And Small Industries Vis A Vis Large Industries
      • Procedure For Establishment,operation,expansion,modernization And Diversification Of Industries
      • Policy Towards Monopolies, Market Concentration And Competition