India will be 6th largest emerging market by 2012

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INDIA WILL BE THE 6TH LARGEST EMERGING MARKET BY 2012:

INDIA WILL BE THE 6 TH LARGEST EMERGING MARKET BY 2012 PRESENTED BY: (INMANTEC) =)RANJEET KUMAR(PGDM) 2007-09 BATCH

WHY INDIA?:

WHY INDIA? Growing GDP Strong FDI inflows Powerful macro economics (Economic/Demographic/Globalization) Primary Sector/Secondary/Tertiary Boom

Growth Driven by an interplay of Three Macro Factors::

Growth Driven by an interplay of Three Macro Factors:

GDP GROWTH:

GDP GROWTH SOURCE:CLSA It will be in double digit by 2012(11 th five year plan)

FDI GROWTH:

FDI GROWTH Major Sectors in India Attracting FDI Inflows till June 2007 (from August 1991) - Services (USD 9,443 million) Electrical equipment (USD 8,964 million) Telecommunication (USD 4,880 million) Transportation (USD 3,856 million) Fuels (USD 2,892 million) Chemicals (USD 2,465 million) Construction (USD 1,912 million)

What government is doing for FDI inflows?:

What government is doing for FDI inflows? Role of Government in FDI Inflows in India - The Government of India has granted permission to foreign investors to set up Joint Venture companies with various private sector units in India. This task is carried out with the aim to establish country-specific investment promotion centers in India and overseas countries. The ten countries who will be involved in setting up country-specific investment promotion centers in India include, US, Japan, Taiwan, UK, Germany, Singapore, France, South Korea, Switzerland and Italy.

TO DRIVE CONSUMPTION BOOM::

TO DRIVE CONSUMPTION BOOM: - Rising per capita income, improved affordability & changing lifestyles - Urbanization: Shift from low productive farm jobs to manufacturing & Services. SOURSE:RBI

GLOBALIZATION – RESERVOIR OF INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL::

GLOBALIZATION – RESERVOIR OF INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL: - Success rate for admission to the top technology institutes - IITs is 2%; at 10% - 250 universities, 1,500 research institutions,10,000 higher education institutes. 3 million new BA’s per year. - Pool of 23m professionals (graduates/post grads) – Doctors, Accountants, IT engineers,Engineers - Post-Graduates increasing by nearly half a million every year Historically India has been a net exporter of talent – Indians makeup a significant proportion of Microsoft, IBM’s development teams or Intel’s scientist pool .

GLOBALIZATION – RESERVOIR OF INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL:

GLOBALIZATION – RESERVOIR OF INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL Recent Acquisitions: - Tata – Corus, Land rover,Jaguar(UK) - Birla – Novelis (US) - Essar- Algoma Steel (Canada) - All cash takeovers! SOURCE

AGRICULTURE SECTOR:

AGRICULTURE SECTOR India ranks second worldwide in farm output. Agriculture and allied sectors like forestry, logging and fishing accounted for 16.6% of the GDP in 2007, employed 60% of the total workforce and despite a steady decline of its share in the GDP, is still the largest economic sector and plays a significant role in the overall socio-economic development of India. Yields per unit area of all crops have grown since 1950, due to the special emphasis placed on agriculture in the five-year plans and steady improvements in irrigation, technology, application of modern agricultural practices and provision of agricultural credit and subsidies since Green revolution in India SOURCE:WIKIPEDIA&CIA WORLD FACE BOOK

INDUSTRY SECTOR:

INDUSTRY SECTOR Industry India is fourteenth in the world in factory output. They together account for 26.4% of the GDP and employ 17% of the total workforce. However, about one-third of the industrial labour force is engaged in simple household manufacturing only. Economic reforms brought foreign competition, led to privatization of certain public sector industries, opened up sectors hitherto reserved for the public sector and led to an expansion in the production of fast-moving consumer goods. Post-liberalization, the Indian private sector, which was usually run by oligopolies of old family firms and required political connections to prosper was faced with foreign competition, including the threat of cheaper Chinese imports. It has since handled the change by squeezing costs, revamping management, focusing on designing new products and relying on low labour costs and technology. SOURCE:WIKIPEDIA&CIA WORLD FACE BOOK

service sector:

service sector India is fifteenth in services output. It provides employment to 23% of work force, and it is growing fast, growth rate 7.5% in 1991–2000 up from 4.5% in 1951–80. It has the largest share in the GDP, accounting for 55.4% in 2007 up from 15% in 1950. Business services (information technology, information technology enabled services, business process outsourcing) are among the fastest growing sectors contributing to one third of the total output of services in 2000. India's IT industry, despite contributing significantly to its balance of payments, accounted for only about 1% of the total GDP or 1/50th of the total services. SOURCE:WIKIPEDIA&CIA WORLD FACE BOOK

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. . India has one of the world's fastest growing automobile industries and is global leader of auto industry.Shown here is Tata Motors' Nano, world's least expensive car in production. By 2028, India is expected to have the fifth-largest consumer economy in the world due to sustained growth among all sectors of Indian economy.Shown here is a mall in Malad, Maharashtra. A fisherman in Kerala, India. Fishing is an important industry in coastal areas of India. Tea plantation in Assam, eastern India. India is the largest producer and consumer of black tea in the world.

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. . . Cuffe Parade is an important business district in Mumbai, home to the World Trade Center as well as other important financial institutions A business park in Gurgaon, India. The Mumbai-Pune Expressway is one of the largest infrastructure projects taken up by the Indian government An Indian farmer on his mobile phone in the middle of a field.

INDIA: CONSUMPTION FUELS CONSTRUCTION BOOM:

INDIA: CONSUMPTION FUELS CONSTRUCTION BOOM >500 Shopping Centers under construction in INDIA

INVESTMENT - INFRASTRUCTURE:

INVESTMENT - INFRASTRUCTURE Infrastructure Life Cycle Over 20 years: 1. Power Projects 2. Seaports and Ships 3. Railways and Trains 4. Airports and Jets 5. Highways 6. Buildings

INFRASTRUCTURE – HUGE INVESTMENTS PLANNED:

INFRASTRUCTURE – HUGE INVESTMENTS PLANNED Power – Govt. vision of power for all by 2012 – Target capacity addition of 100,000MW by 2012 – Up gradation of transmission lines by PGCIL Roads – Investment of Rs. 1,870bn in next 7 yrs Ports / Inland Waterways – Rs 600bn investment for port infrastructure – Rs 400bn investment in water transportation Airport – Privatization and Up gradation of airports Pipelines – Investment opportunity of Rs 400bn SEZ – Govt. recently cleared 148 projects involving Investment of Rs.1000bn SOURCE: SSKI

Estimated Investment from 2005-10E:

Estimated Investment from 2005-10E AREA TOTAL RETURN(C$) Urban Infrastructure $16,638,300,000 Bus Terminals $237,690,000 Irrigation & water supply $12,175,010,000 SEZ $3,063,560,000 Airports $6,021,480,000 Pipelines $10,564,000,000 Railways $19,781,090,000 National Maritime Dev. Programs $8,847,350,000 Ports $6,602,500,000 Roads $65,127,060,000 Power $78,516,930,000 TOTAL $227,574,970,000 SOURCE: SSKI

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RETAIL “High-time” [Europe to India]:

RETAIL “High-time” [Europe to India] In the present scenario all retail giants from Europe are eyeing for overseas expansion. Global markets appear to be an attractive opportunity as domestic market is saturating. Many retailers from Aldi to Zara have expanded their brands internationally & new champs have already emerged from Europe like B & Q, H & M. Germany Spain SOURCE:MCKINSEY Europe Spain Germany

RETAIL “High-time” [UK vs Euro to India]:

RETAIL “High-time” [UK vs Euro to India] . Tesco, Mark & Spencer's(England), Dixon's (England) are the big players of retail from U.K and few Dutch retails like Ahold holds a position of international leader in the supermarket sector. The Retail market in India is in takeoff stage and that in Europe or U.K in Maturity stage. Their strategy is matured & environment in India is new for a fresh growth. If co-operation & hand-joined operation is made between India, U.K & Europe it can be of immense benefit. Netherlands England England England SOURCE:MCKINSEY

GROWING RETAIL SECTOR IN INDIA:

GROWING RETAIL SECTOR IN INDIA Retail sector is also contributing, to be a 6 th largest emerging market by 2012. REASON: Income, population growth and saving behaviors. The rising population of working women, the rising services sector, the growing middle class and easier access to credit are some of the factors that will fuel the growth of retail industry in India . Dr Ira Kalish, director, Deloitte Research, opined that the retail evolution in India is still in its nascent stage and said, “While the Indian retail market is promising, it has a long way to go to make a mark on the global level.”

CONCLUSION:

CONCLUSION . INDIA WAS THE LARGE EMERGING MARKET INDIA IS THE LARGER EMERGING MARKET INDIA WILL BE THE LARGEST EMERGING MARKET

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