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French establishments continue to grow in India. linked to 394 major French conglomerates, there are now 1051 establishments or French entities in India, which are subsidiaries of either the companies or the Groups based in France. These numbers are undergoing a constant increase as the research data is from the year 2013, which actually reflects the data of 2012, and a list of 750 establishments linked to 350 parent companies. According to the current estimates, the French companies in India today employ around 300 000 people (240 000 in the year 2013), have a turnover of more than 20 billion USD (18.5 billion USD in the year 2013) and have a minimum stock investment portfolio of 19 billion USD (17 billion USD in 2013).

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  1. 1. . 1. Ltbcrul - tgauu - Frnurnizl Rtrunuquz FIIANCAISE AMBASSADE DE FRANCE EN INDE SERVICE ECONOMIQUE REGIONAL WHITE PAPER French companies in India — enduring growth in the number of companies Today, more than I 000 French establishments (1051 to be precise including sub—subsidiaries, branches, etc. ) linked to approximately 400 main companies are present in India with their offices spread across the country. In addition there are 180 independent French businessmen with their oflices in India. A majority of big French groups have now established their physical presence in this country. The ETIs (small sole proprietorship companies) and the PMEs (small and medium sized companies) have also expanded their presence, adding their share to French investments in India, which however, is still a modest inflow keeping in mind the difiiculties they face in access to the Indian market. 1. French establishments continue to grow Linked to 394 major French conglomerates, there are now 1051 establishments or French entities in India, which are subsidiaries of either the companies or the Groups based in France. These numbers are undergoing a constant increase as the research data is from the year 20l 3. which actually reflects the data of 2012. and gives us a list of 750 establishments linked to 350 parent companies. According to the current estimates, the French companies in India today employ around 300 000 people (240 000 in the year 2013). have a turnover of more than 20 billion USD (18.5 billion USD in the year 2013) and have a minimum stock investment portfolio of l9 billion USD (17 billion USD in 2013). Now, practically all the big French Groups are present in India: 38 of the CAC 40‘ Groups are also present in India, many since a long time. The two big Groups that are not present in India, or who at least don’t have significant operations in India are Kering -ex Pinault Printemps and Unibail- Rodamco. Since 2000, the SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises) have also started establishing themselves in India (even if their movement remains limited). Their number today stands around 50 to 70. They are mostly present in the mechanical sector (AESA, ATS, Dosatron, Euroslot, PKB, Rabourdin, SEEB), electronics (Elno, lcape, NSE, SELP, Sicame) and pharma-chemical sectors (ATC. Aptar, Charabot, Fiabila, Kennel). In order to successfully establish themselves in this country, these SMES must have a competitive advantage in this very challenging market, and should have sufficient means to overcome the obstacles faced during the starting phase (finding a local partner, administrative formalities related to company formation, complex fiscal environment, and so on). Since 2003, we have noticed that 10 to 30 new French establishments are being set up every year in India. These new companies are normally specialists in one line of business; sometimes they are very specific and thus help in the growth of the Indian market. They generally have to face difficulties during the initial phase of their business setup. The share of SMES in these new establishments is more and 1 The CAC 40 is a benchmark French stock market index. The index represents a capitalization-weighted measure of the 40 most significant values among the 100 highest market caps on the Euronext Paris (formerly the Paris Bourse). . .-__. .. . . . . A. . _, _- AAflI'I4 u-. ..n. .u. ; nun:
  2. 2. more significant as they covered 50% of the new establishments in 2013. As far as stocks are related, they do not have a lot to contribute. To conclude, we also notice an ever growing presence of French independent entrepreneurs in India. The group’s size stood at 180 according to our study. They are mostly engaged in counseling / advisory fields as well as in hotels and restaurants. They employ a small number of people and their situation remains precarious. They are particularly vulnerable to change in the economy and govemment policies affecting towards foreign establishments. 2. Indians have a big presence in these enterprises but a very low presence in the capital share A big chunk of 394 companies present in India are 100% subsidiary of their French parent company. Around 10 of them are also listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange. The Joint-Ventures however, form a minority (36 amongst 394 present in India). JVs remain a mandatory condition in certain sectors (insurance, defense, certain activities in banking sector and retail), in certain cases . IVs represent a transitory phase that comes after buying the local Indian company, and only in very few cases, do they represent a truly long term choice for the French investor in India. The liaison offices (or the representative offices) are also very few in number (8). 60% of the 394 parent companies are now being run by Indians. In 15-20% ofthe cases. the Indian official is seconded by a French Expat at a financial or commercial post. According to our estimates. 40-45% of these companies do not employ any French official at all and are 100% Indian staffed. 3. This presence is diverse on the sectorial and geographic planes The 105] French establishments in India cover almost the entire country, even if some of the Indian regions have a bigger presence of French companies (cf. Annexe 2 and 4). The French conglomerates thus have a bigger presence in Maharashtra (3 0% of total establishments), in Delhi region (19% of the total number), in Karnataka (1 5% of total) and in Tamil Nadu (10% of the total number). The decision making centers or their head offices, on the contrary, are concentrated around a few cities (Cf. Annexe 1 and 3). The 394 parent companies are in fact situated mainly in Bombay (30%). Delhi (27%), Bangalore (15%), Pune (10%) and Chennai (5%). The activities across the business sectors are extremely diversified (Cf. Annexe 5). Amongst 394 parent companies, the ones engaged in the service industry represent around 25% of the total figure (notably with BNP Paribas, Cap Gemini, Havas, Sodexho etc. ). In the remaining 75%, the industrial sectors representing the biggest parts are pharmaceutical-chemical (7% of the total companies, notably with Arkema, l’Oréal, Sanofi, Total etc. ), aero—space (5% with Airbus, Dassault, Eurocopter, Safran, Thales . ..), agro-food (5% with, Bongrain Danone, Lactalis, Lesaffre, Pemod Ricard. ..), electronics (4,5% with Crouzet, Gemalto, Oberthur, Safran, ST Microelectronics . ..), construction mechanics (4,5% with Alstom, Cennex, Legris Group, Poclain, Sidel, .. .), electrical components (4,5% with Hager, Legrand, Schneider Electric . ..) and automobile (4,5% with Faurecia, Michelin, Plastic Omnium, Renault, Valeo etc. ). 4. French investments in India continue to remain very dynamic in their nature According to our study undertaken in 2013, every year around 1 billion € worth of new investments are made by French companies in India. These investments are normally carried on by
  3. 3. big Groups, in order to ensure funding of their local subsidiaries or in order to undertake acquisitions and expansions. They have most likely continued this investment rhythm in 2013 and 2014. The acquisition of Indian companies are particularly stressed upon, for example the purchase of Meenakshi Energy by GDF Suez in December 2013, of Tirumala by Lactalis in January 2014, of Maharaja Whiteline by SEB in May 2014, of SAI Consulting by Systra in November 2014, and so on. There are several factors behind the growth of French establishments in India: the relatively closed nature of the Indian market and high custom duties, which in turn demands localization of production centers; then the size, the growth and the advantages of the Indian market (notably the not so expensive labor); and at last the specialization of a certain number of big French Enterprises in the sectors where it is more suitable to manufacture the product locally rather than importing the finished product from somewhere else. India however continues to remain a risky market for French Sllfls and ET Is (small sole proprietorship companies), considering the local business environment.
  4. 4. ANNEXE 1 Main cities in India where French head offices of subsidiaries and independent entrepreneurs are established CHINA PAKISIAN Chandigarh . , NEPAL Lu to. n ow 3H UIAN Guwchcii BANGLADESH e Ahmedobod Voiodcrc '”°’°“‘ *3 *‘°“'~°’° N: ,gp_, ,. MYANMAR J M bd Bbubaneswor V »-. ,_‘: | um I K Pune * . Y (5 Hydwobcd - Vi: c»; hopoino*n Vi BENGAL E Goo. SI} Bangalore 7 . , Kev }’ Chi-moi Ponclicinc-' ‘ . Coimbqtorc Number of Number of parent _ 7’ French Kodm. companies '= ;.-_ establishments of French subsidiaries / 5m iAN, i<A Number of independent French entrepreneurs INDIAN OCEAN Source : SER, New Delhi
  5. 5. ANNEXE 2 Distribution of French establishments across Indian Territory Jamnu Iandhar- Baddi . SN'“"‘ Ludhiana. '. Mohair chanmgavfi . m,akPu, ' Dehraoun Kamal . ii‘ ' Um‘ 'ME‘""E'mmg ' Hucknovt Ker-Du’ Pam: . . Al. : « ~ Lh nmgam ‘““b“’ J ‘V ’E[ia'jr‘E: -‘: f:a _ gm“ Eanm_%. Duvnzr. .i. 93”“. ‘ ‘ ‘ " " iammmpu. , Vedodara . Ha-'0' mam! Barb"! - ,7, ,3,-_ Anklesnwar . BhRa{as*-r-N . iaigaa~ W2’ E”-"W '*’“ Vapc Rorzrapur‘ '. nu. Itendia MYANMAR Bhubaneswav . ‘Nam _ Aui-angabsu’ .5 1. , .;; i 7:35 Ambemutn i- . mtr . mr; I’“ .7.. g,, ., La i5a'k -"UM K » “MN. arirnnagar Somxf GU‘, b3'§9 _" sexunderabad isakhapatnam shaiiabad mD£i: A2:z: pure ' i°""W“= "' BAY OF Belgium Vqayawada. K“°7"5“ BENGAL ' - W” a‘’‘''’‘' Kaoapa. Krlshnaparnim firupati e_2NcA_-41.: ‘ 5'; 2, Goa 3 ’" '7 INDIAN OCEAN SOURCE: Service Economique Regional de New Delhi
  6. 6. ANNEXE 3 City-Wise distribution of 394 French parent companies in India Number of French City State subsidiaries’ Parent % of total 1 companies MUMBAI Maharashtra 119 1 30.2% __r__ _ I—D—ELHl (and suburbs) National Capital Region 108 27.4% . _ _l BANGALORE Kamataka 64 16.2% . _l_ PUNE Maharashtra 37 9.4% DJ CHENNAI Tamil Nadu 29 7.4% L : * ‘-5 —l— ‘I HYDERABAD Andhra Pradesh 10 2.5% KOLKATA West Bengal ‘. 7 1.8% J I’ . AHMEDABAD . Gujarat . 2 I 0.5% I ‘ COCHIN Kerala 4 E 1.0% . VISAKHAPATNAM 'Andhra Pradesh 2 5. 0.5% . I I BELGAUM ' Karnataka 2 0.5% IPONDICHERRY ; Tamil Nadu I 2 0.5% GOA Goa 1 0.3% _. _l_ J VADODARA Gujarat 1 0.3% _J__ .1 _I KUNIGAL Karnataka 1 0.3% _J. _ _| _ MANIPAL Karnataka 1 0.3% _i_ PALAKKAD I Kerala 1 0.3% INDORE Madhya Pradesh 1 0.3% % AHMEDNAGAR Maharashtra 1 —‘ 0.3% . BANSWARA Rajasthan 1 0.3% L —I— TOTAL 394 1°°°’° 1.? _I Source : SER New Delhi
  7. 7. ANNEXE 4 State-Wise distribution of 1051 French establishments in India Number of French . , state establishments / " of total Maharashtra 306 29.1% National Capital Region 199 18.9% Kamataka 162 15.4% . _ I Tamil Nadu 118 _ 11.2% I: + Andhra Pradesh 62 5.9% I_ West Bengal L 46 4.4% fl Gujarat 43 4.1% Kerala 19 1 1.8% Punjab 15 1.4% . 1 1 l Rajasthan 3 14 ‘ 1.3% ‘ . 4' 1. Uttar Pradesh 14 3. 1.3% 1 Madhya Pradesh 10 1.0% 2 l Goa 7 0.7% Haryana 7 0.7% "' "*7 Orissa 7 0.7% Chattisgarh 6 0.6% , _. __. ]. R- Assam 4 0.4% Himachal Pradesh 4 0.4% I- ‘Ehar 3 0.3% Jharkhand 3 0.3% . Jammu & Kashmir 1 0.1% Uttaranchal 1 0.1"/ _| _ ° TOTAL 1051 100.0"/ :1. 42%: Source: SER New Delhi
  8. 8. ANNEXE 5 Principal sectors of activity of 394 French parent companies in India Activities of French companies‘ subsidiaries in India . .7 Services to companies; 18.31% ‘ ; Others; 33.80% : ssu; 8,45% ‘~ 7. Chemical; 7.04% . / ‘/ 4 3‘ ‘ L°8i5“C514:23% _ V’ I -‘ ‘Z. 3 Aeronautics; 5,07% . . , ~ I C 1 / —. - . 0 ‘ ‘ . V “ Aut°m°b''e‘ 451/" V, I: /, ' E. Agri—Foodinclustrie5; ~ ‘ t /1’ 4.79% :1 Electrical Components; ., ' [1 Mecha. -nca1;4,51% ‘- 4,51% , . El Electronics; 4,79% Source: SER New Delhi
  9. 9. ANNEXE 6 Number of establishments of new subsidiaries (per year) of French companies’ 30 25 L 27 ‘ 24 24 22 1 21 21 20 20 ‘ 18 I Number of new establishments in India 15 15 I SME Share " 11 11 10 10 9 9 9 7 _ 6 5 i I _ 5 5 i 5 4 2 . .. 4 , l 3 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Data compiled from a sample of318 companies (or 80% of the total number) with known establishment dates. Source : SER New Delhi
  10. 10. Headquarters of CAC 40 FrenchACornpan_ies in India 300 km I J" ' ‘I M ", '—T. “/ 200 mi </ ' 1''] L. ,_. -. ‘I1 W " ‘ , r/ , ( - / ‘I 5‘ / ~ ' Jammu and Kashmir 4' f>_/ / 5 _ ~. ._ K _v r-'/9 9 x/ Kl I Lv-_ ~ 7 Kr‘ , _~ Himachal ~, / § Eradesh ( / I/ -*’ Q . I r'; ::: I:f; r’ (. ‘£J£rakhand>~/ ' / / (‘RH-tcyaaa ‘- ’W / . De'Iu “, . —’ - / ‘ 1/-’ I ‘ ‘ , / Ultar Pradesh I vi, 4" 2%’/ "‘J' ~ / kJ”'vr 5. Q‘ '3 xv‘ I 1w (1 ‘W/ q.. GUI-are, >2 Madhya Pradesh I '3 K '2{ " ‘ A / "9 £1 cm; 3 1 ~’ 1: V I - I. 7. / ~ _____, _ allisgarh V3, . .~—v-’ " 1 I ( 7 VW figs. /‘ ff; (_ r , —. £1 1 I ‘. i‘‘1_c/ 1/”! .1. ‘ Maharashtra {if J. (. »x. __§ . ; . ‘H 1 -1’ (ye. _ _/ ': _ F’ J/ ' (1 Telangana y’ .1‘- .3 A. .. y I '1 « / “WV . ’ K. '--. / L’--31 g/ <, _j43oa Andhra Pradesh . I I. :1 .13 1.‘ TamiINadu I [,1 . 4. . I L k h d ‘ 19'3"" 1 1 KEV Andaman and Nicobar Islands asaweop . ‘L2,-' , ti 1-” ’: Numberof -— . _ ; ‘ _. CAC40 P I French Q 7 companies
  11. 11. French companies’ Industrial setups in India 300 km 2()(l mi / ‘x( ‘K K/ ”" ‘» § ( Jammu and Kashmir Sf / , ‘ L‘ 7—f_, / Himachal Pradr-sh % ‘Wk . S Pn/ ab $7 ’ LU“mkhaZdflf» A l "1 Ha V)’s'iI2a_ ‘K / /x/ / L/ ‘ fie-Im , _‘ Z ‘V. ’ ! / 3,; '_‘, V, , J_, .‘ / '1.‘ A KArunachalPradesii'‘( { Rajasman . _N Urtar Pradesh 7 ‘ r / ‘X I V‘ L. , i ‘ 1f”“fl‘’” Ii“/ C “Jr; -2 [,1 ‘ 9 I ‘ _ _ - (er ~. p / ;. GU]-3,8, Madhya Pradesh , L » -_{Ves/ !’Ben9a! * ‘ ‘ 5* §« fwws 3 A , / — Chhattisgam , _ A. »-J _ , ~V A . /‘~ , —» K p . f ~—/ , ff _ r s W-' f, QjN‘; él -'> S; Odlsha , . > p x . H . ‘I ‘r Q‘ a" H 2; A q ’ Maharashtra ; ‘r Mm , K1/-‘ , V (K, _ V - M4} r. //N2 Telangana ii‘ V . '3 - '/ I " I " / VJ‘ 3 ‘ / ‘x ) , _ , /Md {'‘'“‘_, k / )v ‘ / ' 7 Goa Andhra Pradesh ‘ ' t. I) X. » 4 . I ‘. ‘I, Kamataka { M 5 " I . f" I‘, .2 1’ 3 . -52 , , ' 5 l "1 ~ ’ PoI-a»; ho'ry/ '/ , A ~«. .‘_V é V, Tamil Nadu , ‘ K0 I (ff J J ‘ / - "3 3 [ an} _ K°V Andaman and NICODBF Islands Lakshadwoep ( 3, ‘,2 , _ ‘ i F Y k "5._, -’ _J Ll ? Numberof = ._ 1 ‘I industrial setups
  12. 12. R&D centres of Frenchléompanies indindiaw 300 km L *1 :1 F 2601 ml " _, r/fig“ ‘ ‘W Himachal ~ Pradesh Uftarakhand . “V, , A / ‘Dem. kc, ’ A / If k / _v ', ,_/ _'fV. /1 Arunachafradeslfj / / W swam ; -' Q ( Ralasthan , Una, pradesh / / , 3’ D “W ‘ ff xvi? ‘ : "’ c}k%Jnarkhand / ,.< / ( . ,.. » ‘"’; Madhya Pradesh 3 L C W951 59"95" " __/ ‘ Gujarat _ I; 2, n, _ S , - ; _?_; ' . , A/ C 3 r “_ T, ’ __, _ hhamsgsrh, /'__. r.. r~/ < E, __‘/ K// Ed/3/“ fl‘/ -_ {)/ y 3 ‘E Odtsha ‘ (“yr . / “; J V” ii‘ J / Maharashtra U , «L, c ‘_ I" 7 JV/ s"""( V‘ ' Telengana ' / “ . /J . v v r _L “Ff ; or v / Xx W, , J- ‘. ,. ,' L7-")» _. / mésoa Andhra Pradesh . _J _ 1 _ Kamataka “ '-' I l — firm ‘. 3 l -—-mp; -.. : J Pondrdumy / ‘V '3 Tamll”Nadu U "' -5 - Kama -‘_ " ‘K _ KEV Andaman and Nicobar Islands Lakshadweop Q ~ A ? —. K / ’ Y I I__ — "1 _.1‘' , E ? Number of L E. _ } 3-‘ R&D centers F l . l of French 3, “ " companies
  13. 13. French presence in the Urban Development sector Major projects/ citywise 100 km F 77777 ' / - zori X1 / /-7; , )-4 ml ' ‘x , s»/ ‘‘, . % / ./ J K r (l/ ( ammu and 3$hmll(’)' ) '( 5 I’—/ ‘, l f/ vx K; { Himachalli X Pradesh 3 I _ . '‘ I Punlab ZL/ JLiarakhar; >/ ' kA‘{/ —r~/ (,2 , / %HaWaNal ": E / “K / ~/2, / k {flue/ nl . V] B Q 7 V‘ ', L, ArunachaIPradesIT€' / ‘—A. , C Rajaslhan E "i'"" ' War Pradesh X 2 G Jodhpur mu / , " 4 ): ‘‘$‘ } ‘V .3. sung; - ‘(C V/ C "-7- / ~“’9"""3d - i «eat ’ B'“‘’’' E§27?'ava‘s ; .«~”~" r’ / C-“. f“» 1/ ,7 ~ ,1" _“"’ - 3 »—~, . , 2" *> s L. . 2-2» vrxfr ‘K. r—*~/ ‘~-' 9 {Ms J; M ~ V i. ’ / ‘ 3 3’: /r¢ 3 Tnpura ""‘ . A . I Guyammaau Madhya Pradesh ) / ‘kj --. W£s? Ben9al7 jg J '1'-Imp ‘V a’ / ' ' ‘E ‘V N , _ / -— . :. )i_ a c 5!" (I Chhat 5 v—( / ‘B-if '‘‘'’'‘''3 J ~ 2 ~ 1 dma: /3 / R/. lrsgarri 3/ E p» . /r ,3 *" Ni‘: 1.1‘ x , 4.» EPW , , . $1 2 fig‘ Odtshc A r~ is L. L ‘A; /r/ // “'1 fl r¢‘; ""‘7"”"‘Maharashlra C; (, .J, y.; ." . . 3'" I V” , =’V > """"‘ """"""“‘ ‘F-v‘ Q Telangana ‘~ "t to / ' 5* ‘ Q K/ -F /3'" 1 / ./‘”j l . J60-9 Andhra Pradeshfl’ J ‘ Kamalaka . . Kev N E '5 5 ’‘'": '°'* , ¢/~€"'«' B :9 Q ~. 1 V "min" Urban Transport :7. Tamil adv ‘ IT-niece) “I I eKe; a’a X J ‘ Water distribution and/ or treatment "' ’ E _ . .' , and Nlcobarlslands Lakshadweep Koch: 1; L, _«_ ~. , _ _ _ E l, ,«-- Y Street lighting I‘ -/ Th} an Imus" IV? ‘ . u I Ii B Street furniture "' ‘ In ":7, la‘ ‘ Waste treatment
  14. 14. State wise French presence in the field of renewable energy/ Contracts 8: Investments 300 km / _,, (v»"x-_ 200 mi , / / ’ { / . C)? LE ‘, ‘—’f/ —~ ‘7 3}/ Jammu and Kashmir 8“ < Sj F/ ) Kg‘ / *». _ “ x, “~ / ‘(H imacna (1 Pradesh > w * / ye / Punab kflx“ r~———L/ LJJ ,7<ZL/ ilarakhan / //A-_ ( 3; / “‘“ R / ‘E ".1. / /_/ L“, :, i _. h v AfUI‘I: f:: l;’I27deSha/ L Ullar Pradesh L‘, {:1 J r" Rsjasthan —— p . _ / ~, / 3., ""~I%%‘; j/ ‘ ~-_ Assam»; /'~ Q r / I is 4 »_r«. 71- r{E/ ‘A*’'-x: .. /1/. '. I*x / WC ; : W7 i*"'" it 7: 5 « ~- L- m A it A ——-/ -» V‘ ’ . ,§ V’ “""" ' ‘ v’ ‘ L. _, kli 9 :9” ‘ 7+ «J/ Jharkhand/ ,.. '“ T, ,,, ,,, , ‘ ‘ 1 N . I . /5 Gulfaml ‘Y Madhya Pradesh / ,5 ‘Li ("VVe«sIbengal~s KS. __i, _i’ Mizaria. . ._r , / :2 » P » ; l~4’ y, -’ ’i' Q ‘I -. r ’ V) A-. M ii . /" . f ‘V’ f / "7 . ’. ‘F A/ ‘ F) g E Odishn 5 ‘ , : ’ }’‘«, _ Ax, 3‘ ‘V 7 : _. Q s l , ' ; x_ J, , ‘IL / ,A__/ .56 , Key . ' ' Andaman and Nicobar Islands Lakshadwoep A r‘ V. 4’ ’ *3 H Solar I . V, ‘V 1 ‘(~'' ". £3’ Hydroelectricity ' .3, ‘,2 (J Biomass
  15. 15. Individual French Entrepreneurs in India I 300 km ‘ I V , , 2(I(I mi W Xi’, / ~k~Lé I A —fi“ ~_, .r/ ’-‘ ‘ , ’. L / F’ J I 9 / Jammu and Kashmir ’ I x I if F} r‘/ / ‘ v’”“! x: , "I X vw " V K Kr’ I , /'/ / Himachal I I -~-/ Pradesh )7 I . _;/ . W n I if I ’ ~ I / . ‘ I ’‘ 1 Punjab Ullarakhand X/ ' I , » r ‘ / I "’iHgn/ ana ’g__J / ~ / /Zx / ’ Vbeliu ‘. ..~ Ky) f‘ _ i : /’_‘/ _/, .» :1: ‘ __. vL / /LAP”/ Arunaf: aE’ia: esh<§'i ‘ A/ x, .~, -, I I . — . * § Ullar Pradesh _N§_, // /'/ / Rajastha &~> ‘ a ‘/5’ V} 2%‘ J ” xi A / "3 5”"”’ l . v V : ~.rc. J L_(«. /"L f‘ . w *5 1‘ A “ " 7 ¢, /’'‘''‘‘ , _ . Jharkhand rd‘ A / I x. c’ ‘‘< M _V > , Gujmal vi Madhya Pradesh / .> '5 '». fi95‘5‘-’: ’,£7_3’<; : /” r‘~u_w. I , I ' ". 1 , hi“. ' . . }; i§__ / ,,L/ _/~, w cimauisgar; , - ‘ ‘ I . z’ t , » f». 1 _ I »* ; I" . ‘Q r Odisha W ‘ I 5 : '»*s V; /— ’ X’ Nfkf V 12/” 1 ~' '- I . I l w l 3 H" ‘ ' V A__l l i I“. ‘J ' ; ‘W. ‘ ' ‘>OIPUIC"p'7Yli 1 . ‘I l‘ ( ‘L2 TeflNadu 1‘ Key .3 » ‘’ ’''_(‘3’a’a; -‘’' - " V _‘ Andaman and Nicobar Islands Lakshadweep l __ ’-‘~’ . _ _ . <, "K "Y ‘» g" ~— Numberof / _,_ ' ") Individual - , I ‘K ‘g_ French V C ‘. Entrepreneurs I ‘ in India
  16. 16. [The French companies of the food and agricultural sectors in India I i 300 km Z! I N/ ’ / K“ V-‘N 2(I(lnii <’ (Nb {R H_ )2 , ./'/ ‘_, /. / Jammu and Kashmir )7 ‘(-4 6' S¢LA ‘T/ -«-/ XV J , /'4) Himachallfi / ~-, . Pradesh 3 1 ~ . 9 K 1: if ‘ > Pun/ ab ZU! tarakhand>. /’ ‘ii: I ‘ — 1/ V‘ A’ ‘ J, "1Ha". Vana Q / ‘ N‘ n / Q: 'De’m . RV“ [1 h JP :1 h . ' mnac a ra es rw vw V’-e Wm; /‘~w_» / /5 L Ra/ asthan gv» War Pradesh 5J<‘V1*—«w§-/ // I 4// K / v E I "V/ ~,l"‘ Assam / ' (L, F -2 6 K - . ",1? N’a9a. 'a'/ id 1 '1 ‘ ‘*’». .rL. /Z/ ,r~‘ / Ema, We Meghalaya? ’ X/ J? / _; ‘A—“/ E’: g / J K‘ A r M? ’ bx v’ ’Jharkhand Q" 7', ,‘pu, a‘ H _ ’_r. ~- Gfliya, Madhya Pradesh / L gilt/ esrBen9al7{ I M'I°';7’ ‘i ‘ «“wa I I a ‘o’: V f attisgarhr _ ' . ,~. I ~ ¢F~~, «*2/~/ ‘~ ~ , ~ I I» . ./’ _. r‘ I r ‘-, X I‘ ‘ , ‘§’6 _ Odisha is _Lr“’7 Maharashtra F / ch com anies’ locations of the food sectors in India _1‘{. L4 2 Te/ angana If A I I ’ Livestock(Sersia, lMV, HubbardBreeders, vetoquinoI, Dianagroup) Naturex, Mane) a ricultural In vivo, Royal canin, virbach , ‘ , __. ‘-' V, Ingredients denvated from plant products (floquetteihl/ iitrivitaf” -Goa Andhra Pradesh fl’ ', g Ka, ,,a, aka gté‘ Spirits and wine (LVMH, Pernod) I , _ _ I I . , . - ‘5’~ ri / T“ “ _ ' Cereals (Axeréa I, souffle’) LA ‘ ‘ I Pune mi. n-y Seeds (Limagrain, Meilland) ’ J C‘ : ‘I KL‘ , ‘I ‘J Tam’, Nadu €‘ Yoguns and dairy products , .Ke; a]a , .- (Danone, l.aaatis) ' ' . .._. (‘.3 _, Andaman and Nicobar Islands Lakshadwecp _ *7 / V__ ‘ @ Cheese (Damn) . ~. 'iT§: ; r‘. I f K _ V Equipmentsuppherslonhe agriculture (SERAP, Kuhn, Sidell Marine products lGelI Fish;

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