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  1. 1. V1 bf’ (1 I1 t 12-13 Jan. _gi; ;=-n G U IARAT 201 I The Global Business Hubl 5'" Global Summit Environmental Technologies and Reducing Carbon Foot Print National Partner Partner Countries Partner Organisations D JAPAN & CANADA & Confederation ol Indian Industry WDUSTRIAL EXIENSDN BUREAU Slnca 1395
  2. 2. F fl ibnmt ZOII The Global Business Hubl 1243 Jan | ndia: The Favoured Investment Destination Environmental Technology: Global Scenario Environmental Technology: Indian Scenario Environmental Technology: in Gujarat Gujarat: Environment Technology Examples Environmental Technologies: Opportunities Gujarat: The Destination of Choice India: Regulatory and Tax Framework iNDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
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  4. 4. The Favoured Investment Destination 1,400 10% >- _ _ 1,200 80/ 9 E - Trillion dollar economy F 1,000 ° ‘“ O , g 800 6% E C - World s 12"‘ largest economy in D :38 4% 1% 8 - 53% of GDP from service sector co . , = - 3 200 M 3 “C4” - 29% of GDP from industry D‘ ' 1 l l l l l 1 1 0% Q _ 8 8 5 8 8 B 8 g (2 8 - Averagelgrowth of 7% even during global E O O O O O O O (U , _ economic slowdown Q) N N CI N N N N (D -0-! 0: ‘I (1) Year I Computer Software - One of the most favoured destinations for FDI alld Haldwale V I Telecommunications - FDI inflow grew an average of 9% even c Real Estate during global economic slowdwon . construction - USD 19 billion FDI inflow between T6. I Pharmaceuticals and April - November 2009 Chemicals ‘:75 0) With availability of skilled manpower D and access to domestic and international 5 Rank Countries markets, India is ranked as a leading u_ 1 china investment destination 2 India 3 United States 4 Russian Federation 5 Brazil Source: D/ PP; W/ PPS 08-70, World Competitiveness / Press Information Bureau / Vibrant 1243 Jan. GUJARAT ZOII 3: Tlle EIIIIIII Business Illlhl 5' lilnhll Slmlmil
  5. 5. Strong Enablers Economy expected to grow annually at 7+ % FDI exceeding at an average of USD 120 billion per year since 2000 Growing Economy '""P°‘”5 °"' '"i'a5"““”"° - India has plans to invest a massive 500 billion USD over the next Development 5 years Enabling Business - e-Governance initiatives by several government institutions E"Vi"°'““e“i - Single window approach forinvestment to facilitate foreign investors 5fr0n9 Market - Market driven by 300 million plus middle income group F""°i3'“°"‘a'5 - A market of more than a billion consumers Large and Growing - Highest number of professionals qualifying per year than any other country Talent i’°°' - Largest and youngest employable human resource - India has second highest CERs approved by UNFCCC India offers one of the fastest growing markets for Environment technologies Emergence of Sector / ‘Vibrant i2—13.Jan GUI/ -RAT ZOII Tile Global Business Hlllll 5' lilnhll Summit
  6. 6. *El: i;ii “I r’ V l_l}I_I_l_l = lr it lgiail T; all iipi Ii »‘ I~: :l| , , , ,, ; Ll Eii If It rail Ex 1:: ;Ir, i:ir', l = N V4. ti IIARAT E871 5 IN TIIEGIIJIIEI Business lltihl 5 Gluitalsiimmit INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  7. 7. §: sri‘v‘slsr*~' Iriiirslrll‘ lizil Bll§lCi, li, l,F_l"’ ill’ 1; ; l 1243 Jan VGUIARAT 2OII The Global Business Nuhl 5 GIi1lla| SuIniniI Environmental Technology (envirotech) or Green Technology (greentech) or Clean Technology (cleantech) is the application of environmental science to conserve natural environment and resources, and to curb the negative impacts of human involvement. Sustainable development is the core of environmental technologies. iNDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  8. 8. ;Ii; r:_iii ; l;l'l; Il(IplIIl; lIlli mi; t»: j‘ii: _iiii; iiii 5“r'~_1l; lCEl‘. ;1 iiitqigir l, lnlFll; Zi_I~_ Global Environment technologies market F _t_ ~ LIQIIVG dominated by energy f, :2,', ::; ‘;3,‘n’; ‘;", ,‘ Am H resaion consumption of and Agriwlmre industry with over 60% haloiffmfand , e,°, :§/ mien [so/ . hexafluoride projects 1% Fugitive emissions from fuels (solid, oil r 1 ‘Ha ails? /:5) iicilfi . I.I. ,:i"ll I n ‘ / -~ 3Il'—I(5 ' In-‘Ilia: :l= ‘ Ir= iit: iwr. l‘alt= r Mining/ mineral / — production ! // IN" l= «lIl= '. §;ll‘vl 1 °/ o _ , 1 Transport ‘, 0% Construction V ‘ % Metal production 0% Huge potential for waste 0 handling, agriculture and 13332/lli°ei' E, ,,, ,,_, y,, e,, ,., ,n, , 2°. 00 manufacturing industry — in Manufacturing 1/ industries terms of introduction of 5% environment technologies A Tiibranr .243 Jan 7 i N D b G U IA RAT 2 O I I INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU The Global Busines_sNuhl 5 Gliihal Suliiinil
  9. 9. Environmental Technology Indian Scenario i D E XT INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  10. 10. T ‘lv’; l,re‘r‘. lsl| E|l The environmental technology market in India is estimated at around USD 9 billion (2009) — with annual growth ofl 5% The booming Indian economy, rapid industrialization and urbanization contribute to severe environmental damage which paves way for numerous business opportunities Indian Government has initiated many new projects for improving environment and reducing pollution, (USD 12.4 billion are reserved for improvement of waste management, development of urban areas, water and sanitation etc in 63 cities) Indian government is increasing compliance and enforcing legislation which will support long term growth ofthe environmentaltechnologymarket Major polluting industries like chemicals, process industries, automobile, iron and steel, cement etc. are frontrunners in introduction ofenvironmental technologies Indian carbon trading market, the world's biggest, is another means of doing business in the environmental field ’ 4. , ibranr .243 Jan GUIARAT ZOII The Global Business Nuhl 5 GIi1lla| SuIninil iNDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  11. 11. f-‘ I’/ Jrriflf 1243 Jan. GUIARAT ZOII Tne Elnllal Business Hull 5' Glnhfl Sumlnll Hazardous Waste Environment Management Consulting 3% 2% Air Pollution Control 6% ater & Wastewater Ellel9Y EfllCle"CY 8* Treatment Renewable Energy 19°/ a 39%: Solid Waste Management 31%: * Source: India Industry Repot 2007, US Commercial Services Projections for 2009
  12. 12. CER Projects 2nd largest CER projects registered as on CER projects by countries May 2010, 23% ofthe total 2,214 projects by UNFCCC India Phillipines 23% 2% Indonesia 2% Malaysia 4% 2nd highest CER issued by UNFCCC — only behind China (May 2010) 7th largest producer of Solar Photovoltaic (PV) cells CER Issued by Countries 7th largest producer of hydro electricity accounting for 3.9% of the world's total hydro electricity production Renewable sources already contribute about 8% ofthe total power generating capacity in the country. Source: UNFCCC/ CDM flu“ Ear": «« iNDEXTb The tilnhal Illlllllll Iluh I IN DUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  13. 13. Huge Potential The industrial sector is a major energy—consuming sector accounting for about 50 % of the commercial energy available in the country. Use of environment technologies has huge potential for saving energy cost, thereby saving production costs in various industries / Vibrant 1243 Jan. GUJARAT ZOII Tlla EIIIIIII Business Illlll 5' Iilnhal Summit Sugar Ferrous Foundry Textile Petrochemical Chlor-alkali Iron & Steel Fertilizers & Pesticides Pulp & Paper Glass Ceramics Aluminum Cement Ferro-alloys Source: Ministry of Environment and Forest, Government of India 12 3.4 10.5 10.9 12.7 15 15.8 18.3 22.8 32.5 33.7 34.2 34.9 36.5 25-30 15-20 20-25 10-15 10-15 8-10 10-15 20-25 1 5-20 1 5-20 8-10 10-15 8-10
  14. 14. /r‘. C? ::I V o ’ V. , ibranr mam GUIARAT ZOII Thetiluhalfiusinrfiluhl 5 Glnhalsulumil I-‘I r’ I 1|_| IiIH; I . IYI. l=J. r’i.1;l if Budgetary support, institutional finance, private investments incentives. Energy efficiency in all sectors Emphasis on mass transport Accelerated development of nuclear and hydro-electricity Technology missions for environment coal technologies Tl , _‘’l j 13 Introduction of state level Renewable Purchase Ob| igation(RPOs Focused R&D on many climate friendly technologies Active policy on renewable energy including bio—fue| s and fuel plantations ’Power for All’ programme Development of power generation from RES to attain energy independence iNDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  15. 15. Cir’ fl V —. I , ibranr ; t;1r '-, ‘lH: Ir'; |g-I ll‘. -JII 3!? Q; Achieving 10% share for renewables in new power capacity by adding about 10,000 MW through renewable Deployment of solar water heating systems in one million homes Electrification of 24,000 villages through renewable Deployment of 5 million solar lanterns and 2 million solar home lighting systems Coverage of 30 million households through improved wood stoves Setting up offurther 3 million family size biogas plants 1243 Jan GUJARAT 203 The Glnhal Business Hubl 5 Global Sulnmil Renewable Energy Target Proposed energy (2007-12) Outlay for 11th (MW) Plan (Rs. Crore) Wind 10,500 75 Small Hydro Power 1,400 700 Biomass Power/ 1,700 800 Co-generation Solar Power 50 200 (grid/ off grid) Energy from 400 225 Urban/ Industrial waste Total fund required — US$ 8.96 billion Budgetary support by Government of India — US$0.48 Billion Private Sector Investment (Equity + Loan) — US$ 8.48 Billion 14 i| !DEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
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  17. 17. ‘ lr’; I:1.r1I: ?:iL”I<: ’IrE1 : 'r’I’1,III“’IlTi. f1;: I ; il}Y‘1r""1,IllIl; iFiIl 7F‘; I': .i.1rI~"I. I~"I; |:II ’ 4. , ibranr .243 Jan GUIARAT ZOII The Global Business NIIIII 5 Global Slllnmll Gujarat Cleaner Production Center Gujarat Pollution Control Board Climate Change Department Gujarat Energy Development Authority Environment and Forest Department Center for Environment Education 16 Gujarat is the first state in the country to set up a separate Climate Change Department — with dedicated budget for specific interventions » iNDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  18. 18. Common Effluent Treatment Plants Common Effluent treatment plan I CED, Kalol, Gandhinagar _ Sanamarol . GIDC, Naroda -VJS. Bavla 'I. K. Enviro - Rea, Kotdasangani . GIDC. Jhgadia -GIDC, Ankleshwar ISurat -Via. G| DC. Verava| 'G'DC' 5“"“" -G| DC, Vapi - CETP Locations I G| DC.5ari9ram — Effluent Disposal Pipeline / Hazardous Waste Disposal (TSF) Saurashtra Enviro. Pm]-ea, Kmch Naroda Enviro Project Sanand Ego Pr°J'ect'Green Enviro Co. op. Society Q Maradia Chem Ltd. , Sitagarh 0 Reliance Petroleum Ltd 0 Panchmahal steel Ltd 0 Metro Chem Ltd 0 India Gulf Corpo ltd, Dahej O KRIBHCO, Hazira . Atul products Ltd. . Vapl waste Mamagement Industries with individual Effluent Treatment Plants Individual incinerators Individual Treated Sewage Disposal Facilities (TSDF) Individual pipe discharge to sea Common Effluent Treatment Plants FETP Common TSDF with incinerators Common TSDF without incinerators Common pipe discharge to sea A / brunt 12-13 Jan GUIARAT ZOII Tainhai Business Hubl 5‘ Iilnbal Snmmil 5808 41 15 18 26 U1-l>-l> 17 Hazardous Waste Disposal Facility +CARE +E_c0h+SREMPL +DEV +DM5 ‘i-PBMPPL + BMW-IMA + PMSCT +SAMVEDNA ‘I-GBMWSM +QEE -| -En-Vision + CBWTF iNDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  19. 19. Ahead in Environment Technologies Reduction of Carbon Footprint - Gujarat is the first State in the country to start a commercial bus service using bio-diesel - State has a revolving fund for promotion and research on green technology - Policy for conservation ofwater, land and air - State makes efforts to get maximum carbon credit - State aimsto— — IncreaseCNG network - lncreasemangrovecover — Reduce dependence on groundwater by creating recharge structures in cities and villages 0 39 clean management projects in sectors such as energy and petrochemicals, urban transportation, forest and environment, rural development and industries and mines to be undertheC| imateChange Department A Vibrant 12-13Jan G UIARAT 2011 The Global Business lluhl 5' GIBII Snmmll
  20. 20. F‘ L! I‘. LII’ :5 Pair I7Il, l*T Iii I; ll :1; State committed to harness and promote increased use of renewable energy resources State to promote maximum use ofgreen technology 50% of powertargeted from green technologies Adapting green technologies, extensively using green raw materials, recycling, reusing waste, converting waste to useable products, etc would be actively sought and their adoption rewarded Infrastructure status to environment related facilities and intends to promote ”Green Business" First state to encourage use ofgas as fuel Gas grid in 15 districts The grid will be expanded to smaller towns in North Gujarat, Saurashtra, Pipavav, Jamnagar, Rajkot, Mundra, MehsanaandVapi — Around 150 CNG stations will be set up across the state in the next 15 months ‘ - V. , ibranr .243”, GUIARAT ZOII TheGluha| BusinIElI1hl 5 GlobaISI1InnIIl 19 iNDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  21. 21. IiI‘1Ii: =_l. I.i; i~; _I_; I Gujarat is one ofthe preferred destination Gujarat has 2nd highest gross potential of 10,645 MW of wind power out of which only 1,577 MW has been harnessed About 50 sites in the state have potential for setting up ofwind farms State has announced Wind Power Policy Government promotes private investments in wind sector through fiscal incentives, tax holidays, depreciation allowance, and facilities for wheeling and banking of power to the grid, along with remunerative returns for power fed to the grid. The central government announced an optional Generation Based Incentive (GBI) in 2008 which aims to give a boost to larger projects developed by independent power producers. K , ilrranr 1243 Jan GUIARAT 20y The Gltihal Business Nilhl 5 Global Siiniinil Wind Power Capacity 12000 10000 8000 2 E 6000 4000 2000 0 <1’? gksb Y5‘ "Potential Installed as on 31.03.2009 W111. . -:. i'. 'i-. i . 'I-1115" ylllli Wheeling 4 % of energy Banking Monthly settlement Buy- Back Rs. 3.50/kwh for the entire power Electricity Duty Exempted Open Access Allowed Transaction RPO 2% Source : MNRE 20 i| !DEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  22. 22. ?§ Vibrant GUIARAT 2011 The Global Business lluhl 5' Global summit State Government through its Solar Power Policy — 2009 proposes to encourage solar power generation projects as a means for socio- economicdevelopment Large areas of the State have solar insulation of 5.8-6.0 kWh per m2 perday. Vast tracts ofland in Banaskantha, Kutch and Saurashtra are ideally suited for tapping solar energy both for generation of power and green house. It is proposed to encourage setting up of suitable solar power stations in North Gujarat and Kutch/ Saurashtra Solar Power Policy expected to — — Bring investment of over Rs. 12,000 crore intothestate - Generate 1,250 million units ofgreen energy annually — Avoid use of 0.9 million tonnes of coal on annualbasisand - Avold1.25 million tonnes of CO2emission p. a. — Provide employment to over 5,000 people 12-13 Jan Tariff for PV Tariff for Solar Thermal R5 15 per kwh for Rs 11 per kWh for the the initial 12 years initial 12 years from from COD of the COD ofthe project project Rs4perkWh from 13th R5 5 per kwh from yearto 25th year 13th year to 25th year The above tariffs take into account the benefit ofaccelerated depreciation under the Income Tax Actand Rules Solar Power Policy - 2009 Wheeling 2 % of energy Banking Monthly settlement Electricity Duty Exempted Open Access Allowed Transaction RPO 2%
  23. 23. Bio Energy Biomass MNRE statistics — biomass generation 428 million tonnes / year in India with a generation potential of more than 18,000 MW. G h . . . Gen': r"; ’:ion Estimation Utilization Q/ ‘INRE providefs ca pita ldsublsloltyfor IOTTTBSS gasl lers an e eC “Ca applications Cooking/ E Bl°ma55 Therma| / P| a:: gl; n A55e55'T‘e“t Mechanica| / St“d'e5 Electrical Energy Total Biomass Production 12.53 GEDA has identified 37 locations (million tonnes) across Gujarat having surplus Total Biomass 4.51 biomass C°"5“'“| °tl°" Government provides several lmllll°" t°"”e5) fiscal incentives like capital Surplus Biomass 4.31 subsidy, accelerated depreciation (million tonnes) upto 80%, income tax holiday and Power Projects in MW 193 rebates on selectduties and taxes Vibrant NI2—13Jan. I GUIARAT zon 22 The Elnhal lusinessllllhl 5'GInIIIISummiI | NDUSTR| N- EXTENSION EWENI
  24. 24. » Flagship Government Programmes Climate Change Solar City Project Initiatives in Gujarat Solar Projects Gandhinagar En r Replacement of Promotion of e 9y. Existing Pump Sets . Conservation . Wind Energy schemes by Energy Efficient Pump Sets Energy Kishan Hit Urja Conservation—HVDS Shakti Yojana (KHUSHY) (KHUSHY) A Vibrant |2—13Jan G U IARAT ZOII The Global Business illlll i 5' Gluhnl Summit
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  26. 26. System at Cattle . Vlbraflt 1243 Jan. gii/ RAT ZOII The Global Business llllh i 5' Glnllal Sliinnlil SolarWater Heating Feed Factory Solar Water Heating System installed at Cattle Feed Factory Kanjari , a unit ofAmu| Dairy, Anand Capacity — 54,000 litres / day at temperature of 60°C Savings — 200 litres of furnace oil per day Cost of the system — Rs. 3.6 million, of which GEDA has provided Rs 1.8 million as subsidy This is the single largest solar water heating system in Gujarat installed in the Dairylndustry 25 iNDEXT b INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  27. 27. Market Developments - Clinton foundation will construct a 3,000 MW solar power plant in Gujarat 3'00‘) MW Solar - The investment value is expected Power Plant in to bearound Rs 500 billion Gujarat - Gujarat has identified four locations along its international border with Pakistan for the proposed solar power project - Mosear Bear to set up one of India's _ I largest rooftop solar PV lndla 5 Largest installationsin Surat, Gujarat Rooftop Solar PV - The SPV system, of approximately Installation in 135 kWp installed capacity, will run a 40kW load for 10 hours every day Surat and will charge a battery bank of 6,000 ampere hours / Vibrant I2—13Jan GUIARAT ZOII The Global Business Hull i 5' Ginhfl Summit
  28. 28. Environmental Technologies Opportunities I D E XT INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  29. 29. W ‘E '5 iii I. r‘i1LIr l7li. 'i§I: ‘V iii: Ir“ I F. ‘Y‘§l: "iiI, I.I. I§lTl‘i] Energy Generation wind Energy Storage Energy Infrastructure Energy Efficiency Solar Fuel Cells Management Lighting Hydro/ Marine AdVanC€d Batteries Transmission Buildings Biofuels Hybrid Systems Distribution Glass Geothermal T'3n5P? rt3‘l°n water & Wastewater Air & Environment Materials Vehlcles WaterTreatment . . Cleanup/ Safety. . Nano Logistics _ Emissions Control Monitoring . S” t r Water Conservation Compliance Bio Elie: es Wastewater Treatment Trading & Offsets ChemiCai I Manufacturing I Industrial A9rlc“lt"_'r_e Recyding & waste Advanced Packaging Natural P€SlI| Cld€S R . . . ecycling Monitoring & Control Land Management W T Smart Productio GAP aste reatment K , vi'[iranr 124 3 Jan 0 GUIARAT 20ll 28 TlIEGIUl1BlBuSlII(; lfIll1I5 iiiunaisuiumii INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  30. 30. El U, 'i'= _i, r’=2i‘ ii VA‘ iisi ; lS': ':5ifl, F,IEii: l*”l, ii_l vi-ji‘ C: fr; iiiIii: :;3 N V4. ii ihg/ T EVOJII 29 IN TIIEGIIJIIEI Business Iliihl 5 Gluizalsummii INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  31. 31. Strategic Location and Excellent Infrastructure Strategic location providing access to major international and domestic markets - Located on the west coast of India and we| |—connected with major ports of Europe, Middle East, East Asia and Australia _ ll T - Longest coast line in India — 1600 km “ - Gateway to land-locked states in India , X Gujarat’s excellent trade and transportation networks create better market access and trade flows for companies ‘ I . - A power sufficient state with one of the highest per capita ‘ 5‘, power consumption ‘L? - Excellent road and rail network India l - One of the state with highest te| e—density in India - State with the highest number ofairports and second highest number of ports - The Sardar Sarovar Narmada river linkage project, to create continuous water supply throughout the state - The only Indian state with an integrated state-wide Gas Grid A Vibrant I2—13Jan G U IARAT ZOII The Global Business Iluh I 5' Gluhnl Summit
  32. 32. Si ilrrr l, FI_"_3I Eigir l, F_I"' iiiui Leading investment destination with highly competitive investment climate, reflecting investor commitment across sectors - Highly industrialised state, with more than 38 % of GDP contributed by secondary sector - Creating value for investors, ranked as the best state for investment approved by financial institutions - Top contributor to Indian economy, around 22% of Indian exports contributed by Gujarat - An economy on the boom and beating recession, CAGR of GSDP more than 10% since2004 - State with highest number of MoU realisation Source: Socio-economic Review Gujarat 2009- 10 ’ 4. , ibranr mam GUIARAT ZOII The Global Business lluhi 5 GIi1Ila| SIiIiirniI Gujarat’s Share in India Population Geographical Area No. of Factories Net Manufacturing Value Value of Output Fixed Capital investment Exports 10% 12% ‘16% :17% 22% iNDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  33. 33. Impetus to Industries Taking a lead in creating the right kind of infrastructure with a focus on the future - 12 Special Investment Regions of more f. than 100 sq km each undervarious stages of implementation __‘_m__M____“___, _"_ - One Petrochemical and Petroleum . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... Investment Region, 60 Special Economic '*~'v<; g,-, ;7i-*~"-~'*'-= ~“ Zones and existing 200 industrial estates, r ‘M H s. ------»--- lllnun-I am creating opportunities across sectors - 38 % of the planned Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor route is through Gujarat - Development of new industrial areas for GUJARAT agro parks, tourism and recreation, and information technology . Ibfaflf 1243 Jan. GUIARAT ZOII Tne EIIIIIII Business lluh I 5' Gluhnl summit
  34. 34. Doing Business A Globally Competitive Business Destination - Utility cost one of the least as compared to competing destinations - Taxes at par with other business destinations - Globally cost competitive labourforce - State with minimum labour trouble and man-day loss f§ ibnmt 1243 Jan GUIARAT ZOII The Global Business Iluh I 5' Gluhnl summit Investment in Sectors Investments (1991-2010) under Implementation (= US$ billion) Infrastructure Projects 38 Chemicals & Petrochemicals 25 Glass, Ceramic & Cement 9 Electrical & Electronics 4 Metallurgical Industry 4 Textiles 1.6 Transport Equipment 1 Food Processing 1 Drugs & Pharmaceuticals 0.2 Industrial Machinery 0.1 Others 18 Source: Industries Commissionerate, Gujarat
  35. 35. Human Capital Qualified, Cost Effective and Motivated Labour Force and an Entrepreneurial Culture P Vibrant Availability of large pool of high quality human resources forall sectors Home to some world renowned institutes in management, engineeringanddesign Focus on tertiary education and vocational courses Availability ofhigh quality health care facilities The land of entrepreneurs, who are spread acrosstheglobe Government initiated schemes for women empowerment, reducing infant mortality and 1243 Jan. GUIARAT ZOII mlilnhal minus mini 5'' Glnhal Snmmil 34 iNDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  36. 36. Government Initiatives - Ahmedabad competing for world heritage city status - Awarded best state in e-governance initiatives and employment category in 2008 - Urban development initiatives for high quality living - Simplification of processes and single window approach forinvestors - Favourable policy and regulatory environment - Internationalcampaignsforinvestment promotion . Industrial Policy 2009_ for high quality Sodo across sectors . economicdevelopment - Wide array of choices for tourists right from . . , _ ~ Sectoral policies for promotion of investment heritage monuments, archeological sites , wildlife and growth and beaches - Incentives under SEZ and Industrial Area development - Incentives for environment protection - A leader in encouraging private participation underpublic-privatepartnership A Vibrant I2—l3Jan. Ci U IARAT ZOI I The Elnllal Business Illlhl 5' Gluhfl Summit
  37. 37. Vibr-ant Gujar-at Summit Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors’ Summit (VGGIS) is a biennial event organised with the aim of bringing together business leaders, investors, corporations, thought leaders, policy and opinion makers while highlighting the strengths ofGujarat as an investment destination Highlightsof VGGISZOO9 . ~ __ we 1., - Partnercountry: Japan Countries participated: 47 - Exhibition participation: 16 countries - 232 exhibitors over an area of 19,200 sq. m. - Seminars:12 sector-specific seminars - 2 conventions on SMEs andTourism - Participants: Over 20,000 registered delegates Progress till date :4 editions of Vibrant Gujarat More than 9500 MoUs with proposed investment 370 USD billion flu“ "¢’iii; im3aiii 36 iNDEXTb filnhal Bilsiiiessllilhl 5‘G| nha| Snlllmil INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  38. 38. Industrial Policy 2009 Thrust sectors Specific sectors identified across manufacturing services and infrastructure J ‘ ibrimr 1243 Jan ZOII TIII einiui uiisiiiess iiuhl Incentives Sector specific subsidy on electricity duty up—gradation of industrial estates Dedicated land bank for industry being created HRlLabour Labour law flexibility Industry-academia collaboration Support for development of specialized institutes 37 Business environment Single window clearance Marketing support Grievance redressal Information centers Infrastructure Focus on urban, physical, social and industrial infrastructure iNDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  39. 39. India Regulatory and Tax Framework ‘ :1‘ rl‘ ‘: {,: ‘~ L, V‘
  40. 40. Regulatory Frameuiork Exchange Control Regime - Foreign exchange regulated by central Regulatory Framework bank—Reserve Bankoflndia - Foreign exchange transactions bifurcated into two broad categories: Automatic Approvamoute — Capital Account transactions and R°"te Current Account transactions Almost all Sectors - Indian Rupee is fully convertible for Beyond the with Caps for current account transactions caps—forselect some Select subject to negative list of sectors Sectors transactions requiring prior approval. - Capital — Freely repatriable - Royalties and technical know-how fees - Freely repatriable subject to post remittanceformalities - Dividend-Freely repatriable subject to the payment of Dividend Distribution Tax A Vibrant I2—l3Jan. G U IARAT ZOI I The EIIIIIII Business III! I 5' Glnhfl Summit
  41. 41. Corporate Income Tax - Law relating to incometax contained in the | TAct. - | ncomeTax is a central / federal levy. - Uniform tax yearfollowed forall tax payers — beginning 1 April and ends on 31 March. - All companies to obtain permanent account number (PAN) and tax deduction account number(TAN). - Depreciation allowed at prescribed rates on tangible and intangible assets. - Carry forward oftax loss allowed for 8 years; tax depreciation is allowed for indefinite period. - All companies required to file onlinetax returns by September 30 - Minimum Alternate Tax is applicable on company if tax profits are less than 10% of book profits. - DDT@ I6.995% payable by company on dividend declared, paid or distributed. - Dividend on which DDT has been paid is exempt in the hands of the shareholder. Therefore, no withholding tax is applicable on remittance ofsuch dividends f§ ibrimr 1243 Jan GUIARAT ZOII The Global Business Huh I 5' GIIII Sunlllll
  42. 42. Income Tax, Tax Rates* - Law relating to income tax contained in the IT Act. Income Tax is a central / federal levy. - Uniform tax year followed for all tax payers — beginning 1 April and ends on 31 March. Domestic Company : > 33.99% (net basis) Business Profits Foreign Company > 42.23% (net basis) Dividends Distribution Tax : > I6.995% Roya| ty/ FTS > 10.56% (gross basis) I Short Term > 42.23% (net basis) Capita Gains** Long Term >> 21.12% (net basis) * Tax rate for Interest, Royalty, FTS & Capital Gains is for non-resident recipient (subject to fulfillment of certain conditions underthe Act). These tax rates are applicable ifincome exceeds INR 10 million (US$ 200,000 appx. ). ** assuming shares are unlisted Source: Union Budget2010—11, Governmentoflndia R Vcfi1'i’ARAT§8‘i"i 41 iNDEXTb The Global Business Huh I 5‘ Glnhal siimmil INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  43. 43. 4% Customs Duty 26.85% ’ 4. , ibranr .243 Jan GUIARAT ZOII The Gluhal Business lluhl 5 GlI1lla| SuInmII l i <'§: inir. .I gar? CENVAT 10.30% Central Sales Tax 2% against Form C Service Tax 10.30% In-‘. II= 1' imvfliu him‘-It-‘. l: Ilifliici-. I I-‘tom-. l~‘ = lni-Zl-W‘-I”'I'Iat-.1‘-)1‘ : {=L', rIIl[‘—. Source: Union Budget 20 10-1 1, Government of India 42 bar‘: State VAT 4% to 15% III Entry tax and other local levies iNDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  44. 44. Branch Office (’BO’)/ Project Office (’PO’) (permitted for a few activities) / V v. , ibranr .243 ,3, GUIARAT ZOII The Global Business llulll 5 Glnhal Suinmil Liaison Office (’LO’)/ Representative Office (’RO’) Forms of Entity Wholly Owned Subsidiary ('WOS’) / Joint Venture (’JV’) (Long Term) 43 Limited Liability Partnership (’LLP’) iNDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  45. 45. Repatriation Options Dividends Interest Mgzifiggznt {TO < < Roya| ty/ Fees for Technical Services Referral Payments ’ ‘ rm Revenue Capital Redemption of Buyback preference shares (‘DO (‘TO Capital Reduction f' Most efficient model may be a combination of two or more options subject to commercial feasibility / Vibrant I2—13Jan GUIARAT ZOII The Global Business Hull I 5' Gluhnl summit
  46. 46. iNDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU (A GOVT. OF GUJARAT ORGANISATION) ISO 9001:2008 Certified Block No. 18, 2”“ Floor, Udyog Bhavan, GH-4, Sector 11, Gandhinagar 382 010 Gujarat, INDIA Phone: +91-79-23250492/93 Fax: +91-79-23250490 www. indextb. com, www. ic. gujarat. gov. in E-mail 2 indextb@indextb. com For more details, log on to www. vibrantgujarat. com

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