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  • 1. Government or Guiarzl I lvb/ "W711 12-13 Jan. <<4I51>1=1‘;2-<1 G u IARAT 2011 The Global Business Hubl 5”’ Global Summit Urban Development National Partner iNDEXTb Coniederalion of Indian Industry Partner country : Japan INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 2. Contents / ‘bran! 1243 Jan. GUJARAT ZOII The Global Business HIIIII 5" Glnhll Sinnmil | ndia: The Favoured Investment Destination India: Urban Development Gujarat: Urban Development Gujarat: Initiatives for Urban Development Gujarat: Opportunities in Urban Development Gujarat: The Destination of Choice India: Regulatory and Tax Framework Gujarat: Urban Infrastructure Institutions Key Contacts INDEXT b INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 3. India The Favoured Investment Destination iNDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 4. 1,400 10% 1,200 g 1,000 8% § 800 6% are «~ :2: U1 :3 20/ , _._ 200 ‘’ D ' I I I I I I I 1 0% L) — 0') <1‘ LD 83 I‘ O0 O) N! O O O O O O O W O O O O O O O D: N N N N N N N Year - One of the most favoured destinations for FDI - FDI inflow grew an average of 9% even during global economic slowdwon - US$ 19 billion FDI inflow between April - November 2009 With availability of skilled manpower and access to domestic and international markets, India is ranked as a leading investment destination Real GDP Growth Rate Strong Economy FDI Destination Trillion dollar economy World's 12"‘ largest economy 53% of GDP from service sector 29% of GDP from industry Average growth of 7% even during global economic slowdown I Computer Software and Hardware I Telecommunications Real Estate I Construction Pharmaceuticals and Chemicals Top FDI Destinations of the World Rank Countries 1 China India United States Russian Federation Brazil Ln-BUJIU Source: DIPP; WIPPS 08-10, World Competitiveness / Press Information Bureau ibfdflf I2»l3Jan GUJARAT 20|| Thu Glullil Burinun lI| lI! I 5' Global Summit
  • 5. .)firong Enablers Growing Economy Impetus on Infrastructure . Development Enabling Business - Environment ° Strong Market - Fundamentals ' Large and Growing - Talent Pool 1243 Jan G_U]ARAT 20|| Thu GIDIIII Blltillon NIIIII 5“ Global Sllnllllil Economy expected to grow annually at 7+ % FDI exceeding at an average of USD 120 billion per year sii-he India has plans to invest a massive 500 billion USD over the I 5 years e-Governance initiatives by several government institution Single window approach for investment to facilitate foreign ifii Market driven by 300 million plus middle income group A market of more than a billion consumers Highest number of professionals qualifying per year than any ot Largest and youngest employable human resource 4 INDEXT b INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 6. India Urban Development iNDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 7. Services Water Supply : 70% : 21% Tap connection to household Waterthrough hand—pumps ortube—we| |s Householdswith supply within premises Supply within 200 m Sole access to water source Shared access to water source Householdswithouttoilets Households using septictank Householdswith sewerage system Sewerage coverage Sewerage generation in 300 cities Treatment capacity Water Supply (lpcd) Vlbfdflf I2»l3Jan G U IARAT ZOII Tlll filullll Bllxillou Hlllll 5' EIIIII Stlflll : 66% : 32% 2 41% : 32% Solid Waste Solid waste generated per day : II5,000tons Per capita waste generation : 0.2-0.6 kg Increase in per capita waste generation : 1.3% Projected increase in per capita waste : 5% Waste in million plus cities : I,200—5,500TDP Waste treated before disposal : 30% Urban Transport 70% Urban roads : 3,01,31O km Cities with MRTS : 4 out of 30 million 35% . . plus cities 22% BRTS : 2 cities 48%—70% Urban roads : 7% of all roads in India 15300 MLD Registered vehicles : 7,921,000 3,750 MLD Mass transport vehicles : 992,000 5eWeT39*‘- Tfeatment Solid Waste Collected Public T'a“5P°" I India IService Standard (% waste generated) 1% °f t°t"’I trips) I Global Best in Class Source: India's Urban Awakening (MGI), Oxford Economics’ Projections
  • 8. Ur-ban Housing Less than one-third of India's people live in cities and towns. These areas generate over two-thirds of the country's GDP and accountfor90%ofgovernmentrevenues As per CSO estimates, contribution of housing sector to GDP in the year 2003-04 was 4.5%(3.13%forurban areas) atcurrentprices Housing stock in 2001 was 51 million (for 56 million urban households) Housing shortage is estimated to be around 24.71 million. About 99% of such households are from Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) and Low Income Groups (LIG) Total housing requirement is estimated at 26.53 million in the eleventh five year plan (2007-12) period ofthe country , —~‘‘ , ~i'[7I'r1IIf 1243 Jan GUIARAT zcm The Gluhal Business Huh 5 GIuDaISm1imll Population of India Urban Population Total Urban Housing Stock - Pucca houses - Semi-pucca houses - Kutcha houses 1,029 million 286 million 79% 16% 5% As per Census of India — 2001 iIIDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 9. Ur-ban India in 2030 I 590 I 270 91 I 68 million urban million more million middle I cities with population working age class urban million plus population households population 1,200 l 900 I 2,500 I 7,400 times of " ‘“ resent GDP US Dollar billion million sq. m. million sq. m. km of P capital investment additional additional metros and required built up space paved roads subways annually Projected Urbanisation in2030 lid’-mi . 'I-xvi-_ir'c)i‘Iii-‘lki 1,600 1,470 45% _§ 1,400 O 40% - Cities would generate 70% of net new jobs E 1,2 350/ § 1 022 3002 5 by 2030 § I 25% .3 - Cities would generate70% ofGDP e 80° 20% ‘E? O , —‘i' 600 15%_§ - Cities would drive four-fold increase in the E 400 10% per capita income 200 5% ’ 0% - Urban economy would provide 85% of tax 1991 2001 2008 2030* _ , , , income Total population -Urbanisation *projected Source: India's Urban Awakening (MGI), Oxford Economics’Projections f. T s iNDEXTb The Iilnhal Business Huh 5 Global Siiiiiiiiii INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 10. Gujarat Urban Development iNDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 11. Urbanisation in Gujarat - Gujarat accounts for 6% of the total . 40.00°/ geographical area of the country and 35 00; SM] 3;-36 around 5% ofthe country's population 30 00% 7* 3,110 : 0 233 25.74 V ' 25.71 2773 - Gujarat isoneof"The Urbanised Stateof -§ 25-00”’ D 1991 2359 . .. . , _ 20.00°/ —— ‘ '— India with 38% share of urban E O 1729 I8 I“ 1500% . .9 ' ‘ population as compared to 27.78% 5 wow , . O I share ofurban population in India 500% I - During 1991-2001, Gujarat has °'°°% 1951 1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 witnessed a growth rate of 33% in . . . 'iG ‘ t I d‘ urbanisation as compared to 21% in “I” n Ia thecountry - The Government of Gujarat outlay for 5030: 4573 45-00 o W H52’ urban development for the year 40.00% fiaszz * 3%; 2010 H. . . 35.00% 34% I 3294 - isRs.30biIIion _= E 30.00% zfi - Approximately tenfold increase in the 59 2'33‘ 19,54 2735' 1 . D 1? budget of Urban Development -3‘: 15,ooo/0 Department in last five years E ILI3"(I)’(‘: ‘:’/ A’ . .1 0.00% 1951 1971 1931 1991 2001 -“Gujarat India Source: Urban Development & Urban Housing Department, Government of Gujarat/ Census of India, 2001 , -.‘ V '. IGIIIIIARAT 10 IIIDEXTb The Iilnhal Business Huh 5 Global Suiiiiiiii INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 12. Gujarat in 2030 Largest Cities in India in 2030 U h , t_ _ 2008 I‘ anisa ION II'I Mumbai 33 53% 44% 44% 37% 36% Delhi 25.9 Kolkata 22.9 Ch‘: -‘"”aI II Tamil Nadu Gujarat Maharashtra Karnataka Punjab Bangalore 10.1 Pune 10 Urbanisation in 2030 Hyderabad 9.8 67% 66% 58% 57% 52% Ahmedabad 8.4 Surat J . alpur Tamil Nadu Gujarat Maharashtra Karnataka Punjab Nagpur Kanpur - 3 of the 13 largest cities in the country will be in Gujarat Vadodara . . . . . - Gujarat is projected to have 66% ° 5 ‘° ‘5 2° 25 3° 35 urbanisation by the year 2030 Population (million) Source: India's Urban Awakening (MGI), Oxford Economics’Projections P g ~' ' ri wgjan O IGIIIIIARAT 203 1‘ INDEXTID The Global Business Hub 5 Global Suiiimii INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 13. Major PPP Projects Completed / Under Implementation by Municipal Corporations l<1’(-«mum Solid Waste Management Public Transport Street Lighting Reuse of Treated Sewage Solid Waste Management Bio-Medical Waste Management Public Transport Public Transport Auditorium Solid Waste Management Transport Public Transport Sewage Treatment Plant Processing of Municipal Solid Waste Sewage Treatment Solid Waste Management Water Supply Entertainment Crematorium T. ‘ V v, , ilimnf 2—1:3Jan GUIARAT zcm The lilnhalflusinesslluli 5 tiiunaismumn : m-. ilu-. m1L- Secondary waste collection system Door to door garbage collection from residential and commercial units City Transport Service 0&M of 84,000 street light poles Tertiary treatment of sewerage and utilization for industrial usage Treatment of 400 TPD solid waste Co| |ection, Treatment and Disposal of Bio-Medical Waste on BOOT basis covering 2000 hospitals and clinics City Bus Service -125 buses providng services to 55,000 passengers per day 50 Pick up Bus Stops New auditorium with a capacity of1,000 seats New secured landfill and processing plant City Bus Services City Bus Service 45 MLD STP with treatment upto tertiary level Processing plant of 200 TPD capacity Sewage Treatment Plant Collection and Transportation 0&M of water treatment plants, pumping stations and OHT Fun world Gas based crematorium Source: Gujarat Urban Development Company Limited 12 illII: IT-llgicil . '.~J. LIu. r-. l.l. ‘m. |.~ Ahmedabad Ahmedabad Ahmedabad Ahmedabad Surat Surat Surat Surat Surat Vadodara Vadodara Vadodara Rajkot Rajkot Bhavnagar Bhavnagar Jamnagar Jamnagar Junagadh Junagadh iilDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 14. Sector-uiise Sanctioned Projects under JnNURM - 2nd largest number of projects approved in the country - Out of the 27 projects approved in the state, 23 have been completed - 20 more projects would be completed by 2011-12 BRTS 16370 Rajasthan 14 Sewerage 14020 Madhya 21 Pradesh Water Supply 9250 Delhi 26 Utt _ _ Pradegh 32 Drainage/ Storm Water Drainage 7560 Karnataka 45 Roads/ Flyovers/ ROB 4910 Andhra 49 Pradesh _ West 50 Solid Waste Management 2110 Bengal Tamil Nadu 52 Heritage 760 Gujarat g 70 Prevention of Water Bodies 290 Maharashna 78 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 0 20 40 60 80 100 Value (Rs. in million) No. ofApproved Projects f—_‘ T’ ' ll igigjan 0 ‘Gm/ «RAT zog 13 INDEXTID The Global Business Huh 5 Global Suiiimii INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 15. Gujarat Initiatives for Urban Development iNDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 16. |(ey Policy Initiatives Regulations for Rehabilitation and Redevelopment of Slums 2010 - To provide slum dwellers clean & pucca houses and to rehabilitate through private initiative - A regulatory framework ratherthan project based approach to achievethe objectives - To be made available by: Compensation through FSI ratherthan cash providing directsubsidy Providing Government land Specific provisions required for zoning and facilities - Facilities — Dwelling unit with minimum 25 sq. mt. area and basic infrastructure Clubbing of slum rehabilitation with commercial/ other more viable projects and make it affordable rather than — Social infrastructure like school, community center, health, post office, etc. for every 500 dwelling units - Developer allowed commercial, residential or any other development and allowed to se| |/dispose/ rent/ lease 1 '1 - Ownership to be transferred in the name ofthe society 1 7, and beneficiaryto be stakeholderinthe same ‘ 1 P E ~- , ,, ilimrif i2—1:3Jan G u IARAT 20 E 15 The Global Business Hub 5 GlL1lJalSuliimil It-i Ixz‘ , l '''>. .. r " If ' T~_ " '1 , ‘N. Fr "I I7 lv ‘.1 WIN 7'5’ IT‘ " l I iiIDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 17. Key Policy Initiatives Regulations for Residential Township 2009 - Objective is to make available affordable housing and open upareas for development - Private developers to purchase at least 40 hectares of land in the areas falling under Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, Rajkot, Gandhinagar, Bhavnagar and Jamnagar and 20 hectares in case of other towns - FSI 1.0 is permitted. Additional FSI on payment shall be allowed. Maximum FSI permissible is 1 .5 - Built up area -45% in case of low rise buildings and 30% in both high rise buildings and mix development - Permissible height — 40 meters in urban development authority areas ofAhmedabad, Surat and Gandhinagar and 30 meters for other towns. Additional height (max 70 meters) shall be permitted on payment - Public Purpose Infrastructure (PPI) includes ‘>5 crossover infrastructure and other amenities K T ' 'ri i2.t3Jan 0 'Gll[IlfARAT 20y 16 INDEXTIO The Global Business Hub 5 GIl1IJflISLlllill1ll INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 18. Su. iarnim Jayanti Mukhya Mantri Shaheri Vikas Yojana A Rs. 70 billion comprehensive reform- linked scheme Nodal agencies identified atthe state level to provide support and monitoring Focus on towns and cities otherthan JnNURM mission cities Emphasis on urban green and urban poor Distribution ofwork at State, District Urban Development Authority and Urban Local Body level Consolidation ofvarious existing schemes Third — party inspections 4% Potable Water Supply and Underground Drainage 10% 4% I“. Model Nagarpalika Yojana ‘ 35% ‘ Infrastructure Development in Seven Municipal Corporations 1 Underground Drainage in Non Mission Cities 31% i ‘ Additional Assistance for IHSDP 16% V‘ Assistance for Construction on New Office Buildings and Renovation of Existing Buildings Sector-wise Financial Allocation under the Programme f—_‘ . Tflrrmif i243 Jan GUIARAT 20y 17 The Global Business Hub 5 Glullalsuliimil iiIDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 19. Key Government Initiatives for Year 2010-11 1 80 160 140 120 100 80 60 No. of Ci ies 100000 90000 80000 70000 60000 50000 40000 30000 No. of Dwelling Units 20000 1 0000 0 Potable Water for All 53 Current Status 100% coverage 66 100 Planning till Dec 2010 166 Planning till Mar 2012 In Progress Housing for Urban Poor 1 2402 2008-09 Planned 10500 2009-10 Financial Year I In progress 92808 2010-11 Completed Rs. in billion 18 2004-05 Underground Drainage System 1 00 90 80 80 70 5° 50 50 40 45 40 T 31 30 20 10 86 No. of Cities Till Dec Till Dec '| 'il| Dec Till Dec 2010 2011 2012 2013 Planned 1‘. Progress Planned Budget of Urban Development Department 2005-06 2007-08 Financial Year 2006-07 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11
  • 20. Gujarat Opportunities in Urban Development iNDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 21. Solid Vilaste Management - State—wide Municipal Solid Waste Management 100 . . . . . . 100 -“-3- S @- Project- which inter alia includes collection, 90 . . 90 % segregation, transportation, treatment, and ‘ . . 80 =7‘& T disposal of solid waste I 70 ‘= R {-55- . Private sector players to undertake development, 60 “= ‘ 52 1 l 2 operation and maintenance of composting plants % 5° l: l * T l and regional landfill facility 40 D : 30 = - i — - Investment opportunity in recycling of waste — 20 ,2, I Q e-waste, plastic below 20 microns etc. 10 - 12 super—c| usters planned through PPP Mode to 0 Doom Door Treatmenw Disposal in cover the areas of 8 Municipal Corporations & 159 Collection Processing sanitary landfill site Municipalities I Currentstatus Planning till December2010 Planningtill March 2012 - ULBs to supply a minimum assured quantity of solid waste to the composting facilities and pay Rs. 100 per MT to the agency for waste disposal - Bidder will be allowed to sell products after processing, carbon revenues to be shared by developer and Government in 60:40 ratio , -.‘ V n ‘dd {Aim fijdil 20 | il DEXTb The Global Business Hub 5 Global Suiiimii INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 22. Objective of the project is to improve overall energy efficiency in the water / sewage pumping systems & street lighting systems of all ULBs, which consume nearly 85-90% of the annual e| ectricitybi| |oftheULBs Baseline data collection and pre-energy audit completed in 159 Municipalities and 6 Municipal Corporations Total annual energy saving potential is approx. 2.3 | akhMWH Investment opportunity available to Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) for implementation ofthe project Strong institutional framework with provision for PMC and third party verification to balance the interest ofthe investorandthe ULBs Proposed escrow mechanism to ensure distributionofthesavingtoallthestakeholders ,2‘ , Tilrrrzrif 12-13 Jan GUJARAT zcm The Global Business Hub 5 GlL1balSuliimil Phase - 1: Projects in 10 ULBs (by December 2010) '51 3: I) Phase - 2: Projects in 77 ULBs (Including four Municipal Corporations) (by December 2011) Phase - 3: Projects in 88 ULBs (Including three Municipal Corporations) (by December 2012) ‘kg: .0 3‘ ' ' Bill after saving Rs. crore per year Savings Rs. crore per year 21 illDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 23. Gujarat International Finance Tec City (GIFT) - GIFT targets to tap 6-8% share of the financial services potential in India - Creation of about 500,000 direct and equal number of indirect jobs - Of an Integrated Development Plan sprawling over about 27,000 acres (about 104 sq. km. ) of land, GIFT would be the central business hub : «Ir. |t‘-lint-—’(-11: Land Proposed Multi Services SEZ Domestic Tariff Area Bui| t»up Space above ground Bui| t—up Space below ground FSI m. ‘ V ~, , / lrmnf |2—13Jan GUJARAT 203 1neGIuhaInusmessHuI7 5 Glunalsmunm '~'| |»"'I 673 acres 250 acres 423 acres 62 million sq. ft 12 million sq. ft 3.65 Target Business Segments International Market Place Financial and commodity market to serve industry, agriculture and services sector to bring in international capital and investors Technology-driven Financial Services Center A technology park for financial services with state-of-the-art IT infrastructure like fully integrated technology, ICT backbone, data centre, shared IT services, intelligent building services, smart home services, WiFi, WiMax etc. A Financial Services Export Base Designed as a Special Economic Zone from where international financial services can be provided to the rest of the world GIFT as a Finance City Unique and model urban planning project, designed to provide world class quality basic utility services through a comprehensive energy and water management program, excellent international and domestic connectivity, well — planned residential housing projects, high quality entertainment malls etc. 22 illDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 24. Metro Rail System between Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad An SPV named ‘Metro | ink—Express for Gandhinagar & Ahmedabad (MEGA) Co. Ltd. ‘ as a Project Development Agency incorporated recently - Phase1 Alignment (approx. 60 km) Akshardham (Gandhinagar) to APMC (Vasna) — N-S Corridor (32.65 km) Kalupur Railway Station (Ahmedabad) toTha| tej — E—W Corridor (10.90 km) Ahmedabad Airport — Koba Circle — GIFT City (approx 17km) Phase 2 Alignment Vasna-Sarkhej-Indroda (via S. G. Highway) Sarkhej to Dholera , -_‘ . Tflnmzf 1243 Jan GUIARAT 203 1neGIuhaInusmessHuI7 5 Glunalsmumll AIENAPDNAM ucnrvxuv Ir ur-uv : srcvaw 1 O :3 wuuum cutcu O 5 ma cm 0 omuuxuu O wmsm O INTERCHANGE . °., . 0 iron: can! 0 CONNECTION WITH INDIAN PAAIIAOA cuuz O RAILWAY NETWORK mm 0 O an EP RIVIG R uauvuun O 0 man 0 ».3<nA cram: O Auwoav vcmu 0 More“ aumuu O Acm I O 3». -unmu unuuuu ; un. u.v. .¢ [mm 3 o _, . mwom As. -nu O 8 J v ,9 V sunu O ~’-l‘e¢)¢0 év¢4‘‘°’§I") a» O nuun Umnwhuo ‘yo ‘_V_ 9“ F O O O O O O O 0 Q6? *0?’ . __: <‘ o“°, "dp¢ O NAVIAA-zvuka 0 9‘ c’ ya” (1 ,1" o“ 3 w«A_Irl . '‘III 0 nu mun-ur. nAu |1.flL)"L‘H O NARAYAI4 mam "W O vnsm 22 iIlDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 25. Regional Rail System for Ahmedabad Two Corridors planned Phase1 - Corridor—1 Barajedi, Sabarmati and Kalol (43.3 km) 31 stations-11 existing, 20 proposed - Corridor—2 Ahmedabad, Asarva and Naroda (9.5 km) 7 stations - 4 existing, 3 proposed Proposed Phase 2 288 km to cover Kalol, Kadi, Viramgam, Sanand, Mehsana, Naroda and Anand amongst other locations Vmn‘lo, Io1r ‘I u’. -A: -". =s: ~.. e"'r": s' . -cs"-'= A 4-1‘ V '. ‘cf 13:’/ um 24 III DEXTb The Iilnhallluslness Huh 5 Global Smmml INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 26. Sabarmati River Front Development - Sabarmati River Front Development Corporation Limited (SRFDCL) — SPV formed to execute the project - Work in progress on final phase of development ‘I '_ t_. , — 11 km on either bank ‘ - Total investment planned — Rs. 12 billion __ _ K - Private sector investments envisaged in: Development of commercial and residential buildings - Development, operation and maintenance of riverfront parks and promenades - Recreational facilities like boating, water sports etc. — Development of urban neighbourhood - Water transportation modes - Development of hotels, hospitals and institutional buildings ,2‘ T " ' 1/ .243m 0 VGZIILARAT 20y 25 INDEXTID The Iilnhallluslness Huh 5 Global SLIIIIIIIII INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 27. Ahmedabad Surat 89 km of project under Proposed development of BRT corridor- 30 execution km length, Project Cost — Rs. 4.70 billion, Rs 8.00 billion of Expected date of completion — Nov. 2011 investment planned till 201 I Rajkot Three corridors — Blue (29 km), Red (18 km) and Green (16.5 km) to be completed by 2012 — 63.50 km Construction of 10.7 km in progress Opportunities available for private sector players in: Infrastructure development, Smart card ticketing systems, Automated doors, Supply of buses, Software for GPRS/ GPS based vehicle location system and automated fare collected system lbfdflf 12»13Jan GUIARAT 20|| Thu Glullil Buxinan IIIIIII 5' Eli Ii
  • 28. Urban Green, VIater Bodies 9 Traffic Circles - Urban Green: — 2 hectares of garden for population of 25,000 and 5% of total geographical area of city to be converted into green cover by 2013-14 — 374gardensin Municipalareasand17gardens in Municipal Corporation areas to be deve| opedby2013—14 - Water body development with landscape and amusement parks — Approx 180 water bodies to be developed - Theme based traffic circle development in every town - Road divider beautification and road side plantation - Developing Oxgen Parks in cities - Crematoriums and surrounding greenery and landscaping 4:-_‘ ‘ 5' ' n mgjan 0 ‘GZLIIARAT 20y 27 INDEXTID The Iiluballluslness Hub 5 Global SLIIIIIIIII INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 29. Proposed Projects at Surat Water Supplyin New North Zone SMC now plans to invite private agencies to take up long-term end to end opportunities in treatment, distribution of water supply in new North Zone. SMC has got prepared bid documents for inviting offers for comprehensive operation and maintenance ofthis new watertreatment and distribution system, as also addition of new connections, installation ofmeters, billing. Waste to Energy Project SMC to bid out project on DBOT basis for converting 600 TPD of garbage to energy by low temperature conversion process. SMC would provide land and garbage at disposal site and invite investment as well as revenue share from private sector partners. Recreation projects - Swimming Pool and Health C| ubComp| exes - Multimedia Laser Show on Water Screen and Colour Fountain - Hi—tech Amusementl Entertainment Park - Proposed to be developed at Bhesan SewageTreatment Plant '1’ . - ID. _ A 7 , - DevelopmentofLakesas Public Parks ‘ ‘ . .- ~ ""-$—»= : .33 T‘ T - . "__ Development of Environment Park I ' . _A _ _____ g L; ’-‘C-2'3‘-. ::: -~-2‘ ‘ . . , - Estimated cost ofthe project—Rs. 10mi| |ion | Treatment of Municipal SoIidWaste in Environment Friendly Manner - Projectto be done on BOOT basis - Carbon revenues to be shared with the Government — 50:50 funk‘ ‘~£':3"; ’/W 5811 28 i| !DEXTb 1heGlnbaIBusmessHubl5 Glnbalsummll INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 30. Proposed Projects at Vadodara Vishwamitri Resectioning and Rejuvenation Project - Project components — Removal of bottlenecks, encroachment removal, removal of meanderings, strengthening of bridges, relocation of slums, solid waste management, resectioning and beautification - Project Cost — Rs. 4.5 billion - Another project proposed for developing Vishwamitri river near Sayaji Garden worth Rs. 500 million Affordable Housing Project through PPP route - Construction ofabout 12,000 dwelling units. The developer can be compensated by offering more FSI as per the guidelines of the Government - Project Cost: Rs. 4 billion - Project Duration :24 months after commencement Tertiary Treatment of Sewage and Reuse - Three 50 MLD tertiary treatment plants proposed, , Proposed cost of the three plants: Rs. 400 million - Project completion period: 12 months Multistoried Parking Complex - To be developed on PPP basis in front of railway station, R C Dutta Road and Alkapuri Junction - Estimated Cost of the Project — Rs. 400 million - Project components — parking complex, office space, commercial space, restaurant/ food space, support infrastructure like workshop, fuel station, generator room , —~‘ », 'c" 5'3’/ um 29 IN DEXTb The Global Business Hub 5‘ Global Siiiiiimi INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 31. Proposed Projects at Rajkot __ MASTER PLAN FOR AMUSEMENT PARK, AJI . A“ Amusement park . n.. ..-. ... m.u. ... —.. —. ... m.. r . ... ..r Main Amusement park with fun rides , dynamic motion & 4-D theater, landscaped garden for _. . N 1'. *- I I Ifi 1/ recreation , parking space, entrance plaza and utilities - Multi— Level Parking Proposed multi-level parking with food court I/ “ ‘ and handicraft market. Approx investment: Rs. 80 million msmmmo. mmssmom Ilnnaoucuwovvupnnunnaen-Inns! - Marine World M '0 World-class marine world including underwater N _/ observatory, glass tunnel with aquarium, 7 / ropeway and amphitheatre /4 g . »/T - Convention Centre at Raiyadhar, Rajkot / ‘ I Convention Centre with conferencing/ meeting I . (i'' I facilities , corporate/ international exposition centre, corporate/ industrial training/ workshops ~- centre MASTER PIAN FOR IMCC, RAIYADHAR In-nI. nv->>vv nu vuuuuw rlnumsl av nuun J. ‘ “~g:3'i9m 5611 so i| !DEXTb The Global Business Hub 5 GlnhalSiAiiiiiiil INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 32. Setuage Treatment - More than 60 towns generating effluent of more than 20 MLD needing conventional STPs and C—Tech technology - Approximate project cost for each STP — Rs.50mi| |ion - Approximate time of implementation — Within 5years - PPP in development, construction and O&M - Some of the proposed towns for set up of STP: Jamnagar, Bhavnagar, Valsad, Anand, Patan, Bharuch etc. J; -ng‘ 31 iNDEXTb The Global Business Hub 5 Global Suimmi INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 33. Gujarat The Destination of Choice iNDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 34. Strategic Location and Excellent Infrastructure Strategic location providing access to major international and domestic markets Located on the west coast of India and well-connected with major ports of Europe, Middle East, East Asia and Australia Longest coast line in India -1600 km Gateway to land-locked states in India Gujarat’s excellent trade and transportation networks create better market access and trade flows for companies A power sufficient state with one of the highest per capita power consumption Excellent road and rail network One of the state with highest tele-density in India State with the highest number of airports 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 , -_‘ . Tlilflllf GUIARAT my 1243 Jan 33 The lilnbal Business Hub 5 Globalsmumii 1' dl.1I]‘}: ; It‘- 1. I L ii. a‘_ , , , ___: India f l—_ Gkujaral illDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 35. Strong Economy 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 financialinstitutions 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 ’—~‘ V v. , rlrmrif 1243 Jan GLIIARAT zcm The lilnbal Business Hub 5 Globalsiiiiiiiiii Leading investment destination with highly competitive investment climate, reflecting investor commitment across sectors Gujarat’s Share in India Population Geographical Area No. of Factories Net Manufacturing Value Value of Output Fixed Capital investment Exports 34 5% 6% 10% 112% 16% 17% 22% illDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 36. Doing Business A Globally Competitive Business Destination - Utility cost one ofthe least as compared to competing destinations - Taxes at par with other business destinations - Globally cost competitive labourforce - State with minimum labour trouble and man-dayloss Ii'1‘-fiiiii‘-lilifli -"I-—x-ft-lid (‘L-L-11.14u1|u): Infrastructure Projects Chemicals & Petrochemicals Glass, Ceramic & Cement Electrical & Electronics Metallurgical Industry Textiles Transport Equipment Food Processing Drugs & Pharmaceuticals Industrial Machinery Others Source: Industries Commissionerate, Gujarat ; n— ‘ -. , ilimnf i2—13Jari G u IARAT zcm The lilnbal Business Hub 5 tilobalsiiiiiiiiii 35 Inirzuiiii-—i1i"w llii-'I‘—li IIII’| II1IIII‘~IIIR’-IIIOII §=1lI-‘I-‘: ‘OTIIIT-)1] 38 25 0.2 0.1 18 illDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 37. GUIARAT 2011 Thu Global Business IIIIIII 5' Global Sunni rnment Initiatives Conducive Business Environment 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 for investors International campaigns for investment promotion BCTOSS SECIIOFS Wide array of choices for tourists right from heritage monuments, archeological sites , wildlife and beaches 11 12-13 Jan Favourable policy and regulatory environment Industrial Policy 2009- for high quality socio economic development Sectoral policies for promotion of investment andgrowth Incentives under SEZ and Industrial Area development Incentives for environment protection A leader in encouraging private participation under public-private partnership
  • 38. India Regulatory and Tax Frameuiork iNDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 39. jry Frametuork Exchange Control Regime - Foreign exchange regulated by central Regulatory Framework bank—Reserve Bankoflndia - Foreign exchange transactions bifurcated into two broad categories: Automatic ApproVa| R°ute - Capital Account transactions and R°"te Current Account transactions Liberalised Foreign Direct Investment Policy Almost all Sectors - Indian Rupee is fully convertible for Beyond the current account transactions with caps for caps-forselect some select subject to negative list of SECTOTS 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 ? —T / Z7711"! 12-13Jan GUIARAT 2011 Thu Global Business uiibl 5'6|| H Ii
  • 40. 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 i> 33.99% (net basis) Business Profits Foreign Company 42.23% (net basis) Dividends Distribution Tax _> 16.995% . 21.12% (gross basis)/ lmerest 7/ 42.23% (net basis) Roya| ty/ FTS _> 10.56% (gross basis) Short Term ’)> 42.23% (net basis) Capital 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 1 0 million (USS 200,000 appx. ). ** assuming shares are unlisted Source: Union Budget 20 10-1 1, Government of India , —~‘ 5' ' ri |2,13Jan O VGZIILARAT 20y 39 INDEXTIO The Global Business Hub 5 Global Siiiiimil INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 41. Indirect Tax Framework Comprises both central levies & state levies Customs Duty CENVAT Service Tax Central Sales Tax State VAT Entry tax and 26.85% 10.30% 10.30% 2% against F0rm C 4% to 15% other local levies Iii-‘II’-I I-‘I iiintfliui ‘(-wr. ii-ii: VIIIIIT-.1-Z l-"(mi-II»: =iii-ll -‘Y: ir1I‘i»<: -_ ‘I’-)1‘ : (‘—LgnllI‘- Source: Union Budget 2010-1 1, Government of India f g V '. 'c’iJ’i'Aiw 40 IlI DEXTb The lilubal Business Hub 5 Global SIiiiii1ii1 INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 42. Entry / Entity Options Branch Office (’BO’)/ Project Office (’PO’) (permitted for a few activities) M ‘ 2 . ,, ilimnf I2-l3Jan G u IARAT 203 the Global Business Hub 5 tilobalsuiiimii Liaison Office (‘LO’) / Representative Office (’RO’) Forms of Entity Wholly Owned Subsidiary (’WOS’) / Joint Venture (’JV’) (Long Term) Limited Liability Partnership (’LLP’) ilIDEXTb INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 43. Repatriation Options Dividends Interest Mgriggggnt Roya| ty/ Fees for Technical Services Referral Payments Revenue Capital Buyback Redemption of preference shares Capital Reduction IIIIIH” ‘—lII‘I-flclnli I| l0X| .I‘—I II? ’-' ‘ex: :1 (oml'-I‘In'-lilkoiii -ii“wr-» oi ni-is; II, -fit-111-‘ -‘I'. I.l']‘I= (II: tr -tciiiliiiztif-IT’-ll hr? !-11.‘-III1‘1' 1*‘ V '. ‘c’i3’i'/ mu 42 IlI DEXTb The lilubal Business Hub 5 Global SIiiiii1ii1 INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 44. Urban Infrastructure : Institutions URBAN DEVELOPMENT & URBAN HOUSING DEPARTMENT Local Self D other Nodal Agencies Government epaarrgents Bodles Authorities - Gujarat Urban Development - 8 Municipal ' Directorate of Municipanties Company Ltd. (GUDC) Corporations ' TOW“ manning and Vamation - Gujarat Urban Development - 159 Municipalities Departmem (TPVD) Mission (GUDM) - 15 Urban/ Area , Gujarat Municipal Finance Development Authorities Board (GMFB) lUDA/ ADA) - Gujarat Housing Board (GHB) ' 113 Designated Area Development Authorities , —~‘ ~' ' n |2_13Jan 0 EWARAT 203 43 INDEXTD The Elnhal Business Huh 5 Global Summit INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 45. Contacts Urban Development & Urban Housing Department, Government ofGujarat http: //udd. gujarat. gov. in Gujarat Urban Development Company Limited http: //www. gudc| td. com Gujarat Urban Development Mission http: //www. gudm. org Industries Commissionerate, Government of Gujarat http: // www. ic. gujarat. gov. in iNDEXTb — Industrial Extension Bureau httpt/ /WWW. ihdeXtb. C0m f“ Gibmt/ RAT §T5)Jl"I’ 44 Thu tilulnl Bnxinun Hubl 5" Glnlnl summit INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU
  • 46. I N DEX"b INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION BUREAU (A GOVT. OF GUJARAT ORGANISATION) SC OO,1:200 rtified _ Block No. 18, 2"“ Floor, Udyog Bhavan, GH-4, Sector 11, Gandhinagar 332 010 Gujarat, INDIA Phone: +91-79-23250492/93 Fax: +91-79-23250490 www. indextb. com, www. ic. gujarat. gov. in E-mail : indextb@indextb. com

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