The second most populous country in world.
world's most-populous democracy
One of the fastest economic growth rates in world.
India's nominal GDP stood at US$1.243 trillion, which
makes it the eleventh-largest economy in the world.
If PPP is taken into account, India's economy is the
fourth largest in the world at US$3.561 trillion
With an average annual GDP growth rate of 5.8% for
the past two decades, India is one of the fastest
growing economies in the world.
SOUTH EAST ASIAN COUNTRIES
Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Myamar, Malaysia,
Brunai, Viyatnam, Bhutan etc..
The name Indonesia derives from the Latin Indus,
meaning "India", and the Greek nesos, meaning
In 1955, Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and
Indonesian President Sukarno were among the
founders of the Declaration to establish the New
Strategic Partnership between Indonesia and India
was signed by President Yudhoyono and Prime
Minister Manmohan Singh.
India has an embassy in Jakarta and Indonesia
operates an embassy in Delhi.
India Indonesia Culture
Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism and Islam are
the main religions.
88% of Indonesians are Muslims & others are
Catholic, Hindu, Buddhist, Christian.
Where as Hinduism is the main religion of India.
Cultural Exchange Programme (CEP) was signed in
The rupiah (Rp) is the official currency of
Indonesia. The name derives Rupee & Perak.
India and Indonesia have achieved their trade target of
$10 billion in 2010.
Per Capita income of Indonesia $ 2,200.
The bilateral trade between two countries was USD 7
Million in 2008-09.
JSG group is formed to promote FTA.
Key trade products: electronics, Raw materials, Textile
machinery, Drugs and pharmaceuticals, Software
development and training, Steel and metal etc..
India Indonesia Political Relationship
India’s major role in Indonesia’s Independence.
A bilateral Agreement on Avoidance of Double
Taxation between two countries was concluded
in January, 1986.
July 2004, MOU was signed to counter
Declaration to establish the New Strategic
Partnership between Indonesia and India to
strengthen cultural, economic relations & to
India and Singapore share long-standing cultural,
commercial and strategic relations, with Singapore
being a part of the "Greater India" cultural and
Ever since Singapore's independence, both nations
have maintained high-level contacts.
A free trade agreement between India and Singapore .
India-Singapore trade was SGD 14.87 billion in 2010.
In 2008-09 Imports & Exports figures stood at USD Billion
287.7 & 168.6 respectively.
% Increase in growth in Imports & Exports are 21% & 6%
Singapore and India sign Comprehensive Economic
In 2008-09 Singapore invested Rs. 15727 Crore in India.
The major export & Import items are Crude petroleum,
Refined Motor spirit, Polished diamonds , Aluminum
sheets, Parts & accessories of computers, Synthetic
fabrics, Silk fabrics, Cotton, Benzene, Acids, Household
articles of stainless steel, Products of iron and steel, Parts
of Boring or Sinking machinery, X-ray tubes, Medical
Surgical Dental or Veteri Tobacco.
POLITICAL RELATIONSHIP WITH
Launch of ‘INDIAN BUSINESS FORUM’ in singapore on
june 20 ,2007.
Subhas Chandra Bose and Jawarharlal Nehru organised
a ‘INDIAN INDEPENDENCE LEAGUE’ which was active
Singapore was the first country to support India during
Indo-Pak war .
Collabration of civil aviation sector .
Approx. 35 hindu templesin Singapore .
Diwali is listed as national public holiday in
Upcoming favourite and very popular tourist
destination , herbal treatments especially for
Indian people .
Diplomatic relations between India and Thailand
were established in 1947
India's Look East policy from 1993 and
Thailand's Look West policy since 1996 set the
stage for a substantive consolidation of bilateral
In 2003, a free trade agreement was signed
India and Thailand have a close cultural relations
as many of Thai words have originated from
Sanskrit which is an Indian classical language.
Free Trade Area
Total FDI approvals during 1991-2007 (upto
March) are over US$ 75.63 billion.
Top sectors attracting FDI approvals and Inflows
Top Investing Companies
One Indian bank namely Bharat Overseas Bank
(now Indian Overseas Bank) has been functioning
in Thailand since 1973
Total (overall) number of technical collaborations
during the last fifteen years is 7,846 out of which
41 (0.52%) are with Thailand since 1991