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  1. 1. JAPAN-INDIA ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP July 3, 2007 Government of Gujarat presents Gujarat: A Promising Investment Destination
  2. 2. Gujarat: Growth Engine of India Geographical Area 6% of India Population 5% of India Urbanization 38% Industrial Investments 18% of India Exports 14.3% of India Per Capita Power Consumption 1313 units (National Average: 592) Industrial Growth (2002-07) 12.5% GSDP Growth (2002-07) 10.2% (Highest in 10th Five Year Plan) Currently accounting for 16% of industrial production, Gujarat set Highest Target Growth Rate of 11.2% in 11th Five Year Plan *GSDP (Gross State Domestic Product) 2
  3. 3. Gujarat: A Pioneer Key projects under privatization:  In:  Privatizing ports, infrastructure power, rail & road  Establishing nodal agency for infrastructure development through private participation  Enacting the PSP* Law, namely, Gujarat Infrastructure Development Act, 1999  Enacting Special Economic Zone (SEZ) Act, 2004  Create SEZ Rules & Regulations  Only State with:  Integrated 2200 km State-wide Gas Grid  Pipavav Port in 1992  Mundra Port in 1997  Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Terminals at Hazira & Dahej  4-lane State Highways: Ahmedabad-Mehsana & Vadodara-Halol  Mundra-Adipur Rail Project  500 MW power project (EssarHazira)  2 LNG Terminals  1075 MW project (Torrent–Surat)  Established Gujarat State Wide Area Network (GSWAN)  Country’s only Liquid Chemical *PSP (Private Sector Participation) Port Terminal 3
  4. 4. Mapping Gujarat’s Industry Comprehensive State-wide Industrial Presence Mehsana Kachch Chem & Petrochem. Pharma, Textiles, Engg & Auto, Diamond processing, IT/BT/ Financial services Agro-Processing, Dairy & Engg. Engg & Auto, Steel Pipes, Cement, Salt Engineering & Ceramics Petroleum, Minerals, Engg, Brass Parts Soda Ash, Cement Gandhinagar Ahmedabad Kandla Morbi Okha Mundra Surendranagar Bedi Anand Rajkot Vadodara Rajkot Jamnagar Porbandar Veraval DAHEJ Amreli Surat Surat Bhavnagar HAZIRA Pipavav Ankleshwar Navsari Valsad Key Ports LNG Terminal DMIC Influence Area 83 product clusters across 182 industrial estates 4
  5. 5. SEZs: Driving Industrial Development in Gujarat 39 SEZ approvals, among the highest in India First State to introduce flexible labour policy in SEZs Pharma Chemicals Engineering IT/ITEs/ BT Textile/ Apparel Ceramics Gems & Jewelry Power Multi-product 5
  6. 6. Gujarat’s Ports: Access to Hinterland Natural Gateway to the rich land-locked northern and central hinterland  41 ports dotting the longest coastline in the country – 1600 km Jammu & Kashmir  Access to States whose combined SDPs constitute 25% of India’s GDP Himachal Pradesh Punjab Uttarakhand Haryana Delhi Rajasthan Ahmedabad Mandvi Kandla Mundra Vadodara Navlakhi Okha Sikka Bedi Rozi Porbandar Rajkot Dholera Gujarat Bhavnagar Veraval Mithivirdi Pipavav Simar Uttar Pradesh INDIA Dahej Surat Magdalla Hazira Jafrabad Maroli Vansi Borsi Key Cities GMB* Ports *GMB (Gujarat Maritime Board) Madhya Pradesh Private Sector Ports Major Port 6
  7. 7. Advantage Gujarat With global aspirations and a keen entrepreneurial spirit, Gujarat offers rich natural resources, robust infrastructure and a proactive Government  11 airports – highest in the country  Amongst least mandays lost – 0.6%  Quality Power supply  Transparent private sector investment process  State-wide Connectivity through Rail & Road network  Leading contributor in Diamond Processing, Petroleum and Chemicals  Rich mineral resources  Renowned educational institutes, such as Indian Institute of Management and Centre for Environment Planning & Technology  Sound fiscal base  Robust regulatory framework  Sector specific policies implemented  Enhanced public accessibility through E Governance  Focus on Information, Facilitation and Fast Tracking of Approvals State Government has established Vision 2020 – a detailed blueprint for development of infrastructure 7
  8. 8. Infrastructure Projects in PPP* Mode Number of Projects Total Investments (USD mn) Port 21 3590 Power 13 6378 Roads 16 700 Railway 6 300 Information Technology 9 910 Water 2 122 Urban Transportation 1 122 Sector  68 projects across sectors have been taken up under PPP mode with an investment of over USD 12 bn  26 projects implemented with an investment of around USD 4 bn  Facilitated via a network of Government institutions Sectors addressed by institutions: Infrastructure development Industrial parks/ estates Power Oil & Gas *PPP (Public Private Partnership) Water 8
  9. 9. Increasing Japanese Alliances in Gujarat.. Japanese Company Indian Company/ Organization Matsushita Electric Matsushita Lakhanpal Battery Dry Cell Battery Hitachi Life Hitachi India Air Conditioners Hitachi Displays JCT Electronics Electronics Chiyoda Corporation L & T Product/Sector/Area Engineering Sumitomo Corp Sardar Sarovar Narmada Project Generators power for the hydro-electric Mitsui Group Ruchi Soya (Steel) JV & Equity Participation Kowa Company Ltd. Adani Port Ltd. Cargo Handling & Port Infrastructure C.ITOH & Co. Ltd. Reliance Industries Ltd. Crude Oil & Organic Chemicals Ricoh Company Ltd. Ricoh India Ltd. Facsimile, Transceiver, Photocopiers Japan Metal Gasket Banco Products Automobile Cylinder Gaskets Kyoto Machinery Texprint Engineers Industrial Machinery Nippon Sanso Inox India Ltd. Technology for Cryogenic Tanks Seiki Kogyosho Power Build Elecon Gears Ltd. Geared Motors and Reducers Nichimen India Gelatine and Chemicals Chemicals 9
  10. 10. DMIC: Potential for Japan–Gujarat Partnership Towards Delhi Palanpur Mehsana  Total length: 1483 km Mundra  Gujarat’s share: 38% Dahej Hazira Pipavav  2 Investment Regions and 4 Industrial Areas identified initially in Gujarat  DMIC Influence Area in Gujarat includes: Umargaon 62% of total area 18 districts out of 25 74% of population (37 mn) DMIC Influence Area 29 of 39 SEZs 10
  11. 11. DMIC: Potential for Japan–Gujarat Partnership Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors’ Summit ’07:  Majority of proposed investments to be established along DMIC: Total 260 projects – investment of USD 45.80 bn 12 out of 23 Mega projects – investment of USD 28 bn 29 out of 39 SEZs & IT Parks – Delhi-Mumbai High Axel Load Freight Corridor Investment Region Industrial Area Proposed Logistics Park Container Freight Station (CFS) DMIC Influence Area investment of USD 27 bn District Ahmedabad proposed to receive largest investment of over USD 11 bn 11
  12. 12. To Delhi DMIC: Excellent Support Infrastructure Palanpur Mehsana Ahmedabad Kandla Mundra Vadodara Existing Railway Line Bharuch Dahej DMIC Surat Road Connectivity from key ports Narmada Canal Key Ports Key Cities Pipavav To Mumbai Integrated Statewide Gas Grid Hazira 12
  13. 13. DMIC: Phase I Development  Ahmedabad-Dholera Investment Region: DMIC International airport Export Oriented Industrial Areas/ SEZs (Electronics, Engineering & Auto, Pharma, Cement, Textiles and IT) Ahmedabad-Dholera Knowledge City International Finance City Vadodara-Ankleshwar Container Freight Station with Multi-Modal Logistic Infrastructure Power Plant of 3500 MW Development of Mass Rapid Transit System  Vadodara-Ankleshwar Industrial Area: Industrial estates: Ankleshwar, Jhagadia & Panoli Export-oriented Industrial Areas/ SEZs (Engineering, Chemicals, Pharma, Gems & Jewelry) Knowledge Hub (IT/ ITEs/ BT) 13
  14. 14. Key Investment Region: Ahmedabad-Dholera  MoUs worth USD 11.37 bn signed for projects in Ahmedabad Dist.  In several sectors including Textiles, Engg & Auto, SEZ, IT, Urban Development and Oil & Gas Ahmedabad Gandhinagar  International airport at Ahmedabad  Government has commissioned study for developing Dholera as Special Investment Region (SIR) Vadodara  11 SEZs Dholera  Augmentation of Vatva Industrial Estate Bhavnagar Key Proposed Projects Greenfield Port Integrated Logistics Hub with CFS Power Plant Finance City Knowledge City Mumbai- Delhi High Axel Load Freight Corridor Existing Railway National Highway Mumbai-Ahmedabad Expressway State Highway 14
  15. 15. Key Industrial Area: Vadodara-Ankleshwar  MoUs worth USD 3.21 bn signed for projects in Vadodara District  In several sectors including Biotech, Chemicals & Petrochem, Agro & Food Ahmedabad  Engineering & Auto cluster -General Motors (GM) plant at Halol  State Highway: Godhra Halol Vadodara Ankleshwar Vadodara-Halol-  Up-gradation of Vadodara Airport  Augmentation of Ankleshwar & Jhagadia Industrial Estates Surat  IT/ITES/Biotech Hub  4 SEZs Key Proposed Projects Mumbai- Delhi High Axel Load Freight Corridor Existing Railway Line National Highway Truck Terminal & Warehouse Mumbai-Ahmedabad Expressway Up-gradation of Vadodara Airport State Highway 15
  16. 16. DMIC: Phase II Development  Bharuch-Dahej Investment Region: Chemical Port Terminal & Chemical Storage Facility PCPIR (Petroleum & Petrochemical Investment Region) Palanpur - Mehsana Potential for Chemical, Pharma Industries Dahej SEZ Industrial Areas:  Palanpur-Mehsana: Bharuch-Dahej Industrial estates: Becharaji and Khamboi Surat-Navsari Mehsana-Ahmedabad Broad Gauge Line  Surat-Navsari: Valsad-Umbergaon Export-oriented Industrial Area/ SEZ Port Based Container Terminal at Hazira with Multi-Modal Logistic Hub  Valsad-Umbergaon: Investment Region Augmentation of Umbergaon Industrial Estate Industrial Area Container Freight Station 16
  17. 17. Implications of DMIC Expected Funding Contribution by Category of Projects for DMIC Central Government Sponsored for all States Gujarat Government Sponsored for the State (in USD bn) PPP Viable Projects 18.75 21.40 Non-PPP Viable Projects 62.50 62.50 Requirement from Gujarat is 39% of India’s total Investment for DMIC Methods of Financing  Existing Government of India (GoI) schemes  Project Development Fund (PDF)  Overseas Economic Cooperation Operations (OECO)  Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC)
  18. 18. To Conclude….  Gujarat is the most industrialized state of India  Achieved highest GSDP Growth Target – 10.2% in 10th Five Year Plan  Highest Target set by Planning Commission – 11.2% in 11th Five Year Plan  Presence of Robust infrastructure – 41 ports, 11 airports, 39 SEZs  68 projects under PPP Mode  38% of DMIC (by length) in Gujarat  DMIC Phase I development: Ahmedabad-Dholera and Vadodara-Ankleshwar  Gujarat expected to contribute highest funds among all stakeholders Proposed Implementation Structure for State level DMIC projects: Proposed Implementation Structure for State level DMIC projects: Investment Regions & Industrial Areas Investment Regions & Industrial Areas State Level Agency  Perspective Planning & Development  Formulation of Projects  Coordination  Monitoring Implementation *SPV (Special Purpose Vehicle) Key State Network Institutions Project Specific SPVs* Facilitating and catalyzing development and implementation of projects through PPP mode In consultation with stakeholders, to implement individual project components 17
  19. 19. Thank You