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  • 1. SOUTH AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY
    Presentation by:Prosenjit RoyRajdeepMazumdarRajiAlamRinkiMusaddi
    HISTORY OF HUMAN AND
    BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
    CALCUTTA BUSINESS SCHOOL 09-11
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
    Established at The SUMMIT OF HEADS OF STATE & GOVERNMENT ON 17TH AUGUST 1992 in Windhoek, Namibia.
    Chairman of SADC : Mr. Joseph Kabila
    VISION is one of a common future within the regional community to ensure improvement in :
    Economic
    Standard of Living & Quality of Life
    Facilitation of trade
    Freedom & Social Justice
    Peace and security of people
  • 3. ABOUT SADC
  • 4.
  • 5.
  • 6. FORMATION OF SADCC
    SADC countries faced several challenges
    Most of these challenges could not be tackled by individual countries
    The sustainable development was threatened by various factors
    The need of co-operation and integration
    SADCC was launched in 1980
  • 7. SADCC TO SADC
    SADCC needed strengthening
    Struggle against colonialism in the region ended in 1990
    In August 1992 `SADCC` transformed into `SADC`
    Its purpose was to promote deeper economic co-operation and integration
  • 8. OBJECTIVES OF SADC
    Achieve development and economic growth
    Evolve common political values
    Promote and defend peace and security
    Promote productive employment
    Achieve sustainable utilization of natural resources
  • 9. What SADC must Do?
    Harmonize Political and socio-economic policies
    Mobilization of required resources
    Free movement of capital and labor
    Promote the development of human resources
    Promote development, transfer and mastery of technology
  • 10. SADC ACTIVITIES
    Agriculture and Natural Resources Research and Development Unit
    Infrastructure and Services
    Politics, Defence and Security
    Social & Human Development & Special Programmes
    Trade, Industry, Finance and Investment (TIFI)
    Promoting Wildlife Tourism
  • 11. Sector wise
  • 12. Youth sector
    NGO, CBO, ASO sectors
    Sectoralapproach
    International
    Regional
    SouthAfricansociety
    Women’s & men’s sectors
    Provincial
    Local trial sitecommunity
    Business & labour sectors
    Political & health sectors
  • 13. MINERAL RESOURCES
  • 14. SADC & WORLD
  • 15. SADC & WORLD CHALLENGE
    PETRO-MINERAL BOOM : AFRICA’S RESOURCE CURSE
    NORTH’S ECOLOGICAL DEBT TO SADC
    NEED FOR EQUITABLE ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION
  • 16. Regions used up their own oil
  • 17. AFRICA’S OIL MOSTLY EXPORTED
  • 18. Ecological debt
    Debt accumulated by Northern industrial countries towards third world countries on account of :
    Resource Plundering
    Environmental damage
    Free occupation of environmental space to deposit waste
    • Unpaid cost of renewable resources that have been exported
    • 19. Damages produced by export
    • 20. Import of solid or liquid waste
    • 21. Disproportionate use of ‘environmental space’
  • WORLD INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICITY PRICES
  • 22. SA CO2 EMISSION
  • 23.
  • 24. SADC & India RELATION
    “I am a South African, I own South Africa”
  • 25. CII African Committee
    • Develop strategies to enhance economic, industrial & trade relations
    • 26. Identifies areas of mutual co-operation
    • 27. Highlights issues of concern and evolves suitable policy recommendations
    • 28. Frames guidelines & checklists for different forms of industrial co-operation
    • 29. Represents industry sectors seeking greater mutual co-operation
  • SADC and India
    SADC and Trade With India
    • SADC-India Forum
    • 30. Agriculture
    • 31. Small and Medium Scale Industries
    • 32. Pharmaceuticals
    • 33. Human Resource Development
    • 34. Preferential Trade Agreement (PTA)/ Free Trade Agreement (FTA)
    • 35. Indian Premier League season II
  • INDIAN BUSINESS
    BSNL Global Expansion regime
    Tata Motors
    Indian Drugs and Medicine Industry
    Indian I.T Industry
    Coal Mining Companies
    Telecom Operators
  • 36. Major Products of Imports from India
  • 37. Major Products of Exports from India
  • 38. India – SADC Co-operation
    Problem of HIV/AIDS /Epidemic Diseases
    Prominence of Indian drugs
    ITEC programme
    India – NEPAD partnership
    Export-Import Bank of India (EXIM India)
  • 39. SWOT ANALYSIS
    Strengths
    • Availability of Huge Resources
    • 40. Availability of Rare Diamonds
    Weakness
    • Unstable Governments
    • 41. Unstructured Economy
    Opportunities
    • Big Investments Coming up
    • 42. Diversification Of Industries
    Threats
    • Exploitation Of Resources
    • 43. Ecological Debt
  • Conclusion
    Indian Business – Uncharted Territory
    Consolidation of Indo-Africa Economic Co-operation
    Trade Protocol
    SADC Member Countries Challenge ( Economic)
    Exploitation of Resources
    Environmental Damages
    Free Occupation of Environmental space to deposit waste
  • 44. CONCLUDING THOUGHTS
    India should expand its business interest in SADC Countries.
    More freedom to Indian Industries to merge and enter SADC Markets
    PSU should access the SADC Markets