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Title: India market opportunities Presented by Commissioner

India market opportunities Presented by
Commissioner Solomons
Queensland - India
India a world economy
  • second fastest growing economy in the World
  • GDP growth rate for 2010 expected to exceed 8 per
    cent after just over 7 per cent in 2009
  • Minimal dependence on exports for economic
  • 1.2 billion people - 25 years average age
  • Making India the12th largest economy

Growth in India
  • Government restructuring and trade
  • Fast growing middle class (est. 300 million)
  • Less dependent on product exports than China
  • Well established services industry
  • Average age 25 and will continue to decline to 21

Queensland exports to India 200910
  • Merchandise Exports
  • India is Queenslands third largest merchandise
    export destination
  • Queenslands merchandise exports to India were
    valued atA5156.5M representing 12 per cent of
    Queenslands total merchandise exports
  • Queenslands major merchandise exports to India
    in 2009-10p were
  • Coal, coke and briquettes
  • Metalliferous ores and metal scrap
  • Vegetables and fruit
  • Fertilisers (excl. crude)
  • Textile fibres and their wastes

Queensland exports to India 200910
  • Service Exports
  • In the six months ending June 2010, 14 174 Indian
    students enrolled to study in Queensland, our
    second largest segment of the market
  • In 2009 Queensland received 27 000 Indian
    visitors, representing 1.4 per cent of our total
    international visitors for the year
  • In 2009 services exports from Australia to
    Indiawere valued at 3701M, an increase of
    687M, or 22.8 per cent, from 2008 and
    representing Australias fourth largest

Trade and Investment Queensland - India Office
Target sectors for 201011
  • India Infrastructure 201011
  • Building and Construction (esp. Green Building)
  • Mining Equipment Technology and Services
  • Emerging Industries 201011
  • Environmental clean technology
  • Healthcare
  • Food/beverage
  • Education focus on VET
  • Investment Mining, ICT

Trade missions to India
  • Premiers mission October 2010 New Delhi
  • Brisbane Ipswich Mayoral Mission October 2010
  • Green Building/Construction October 2010
    Hyderabad Chennai
  • IMME November 2010 Kolkata
  • Education Mission Nov 2010 Delhi, Bangalore

India infrastructure
  • Govt of India with current five year plan
    200712 working on power, construction of ports,
    airports, roads and railway during current GFC
    Gov't brought forward many infrastructure plans
  • Estimated investment into infrastructure and
    resources to exceed USD 500 billion
  • FDI into township, housing, hotel and tourism,
    construction and development projects permitted
    subject to satisfying development and investment

Building and construction trends
  • Currently India has the second largest urban
    system in the world
  • Share of urban population expected to increase to
    40 per cent by 2021
  • Huge pressure on Tier 1 cities (e.g. Mumbai est.
    22 million people)
  • Major new growth in Tier 2, 3 cities
  • Current shortage of almost 25 million housing
    units and 50 000 hotel rooms
  • Tax Holiday benefits available for development of
    infrastructure facilities such as SEZ, Industrial
    Parks, roads, railways, airports, ports, etc

Building and construction opportunities
  • Total market potential for green building
    material and equipment is estimated to be US4B
    by 2012 (excl. steel, cement)
  • Specific opportunities
  • Prefabricated building components
  • Waste and water management
  • Competitive structural design and city planning,
  • Green buildings products and technologies which
    are energy efficient and environment-friendly
  • Green Building
  • 711 registered buildings
  • 440.91 million sqft Green building footprint

  • India is experiencing strong growth in the mining
    of coal, iron ore and bauxite to service Indias
    production of steel and aluminium
  • India has large coal reserves estimated at 253
    billion tonnes, (96 billion tonnes proven
  • As per the Investment Commission of India,
    US10-15-billion investment opportunity over
    the next five years to
  • - Explore and develop new coal mines
  • - Manufacture and sell state-of-the-art
  • mining equipment and technology - Create
    related infrastructure for efficient
  • distribution of mined coal

Mining sector opportunities
  • Mining technology and services for
    exploration,software and systems, safety,
    environment, communications, training
  • Mining equipment, mine planning software
  • Improved blasting technologies
  • Due to the demand-supply gap for base metals in
    particular, there is good scope for exploration
    and development of these deposits
  • Filling of mine voids and possible utilisation of
    fly ash for mine stowing
  • Clean Coal Technology for washing coking and
    non-coking coal

Emerging industries Environmental clean
  • According to McKinseys 2009 report, in the next
    two decades water demand in India will grow
    annually by 2.8 per cent to reach 1500 billion
    cubic metres (bcm) while the supply at the
    current levels is projected at only about 744 bcm
  • Although access to drinking water has improved,
    the World Bank estimates that21 per cent of
    communicable diseases in
  • India are related to unsafe water
  • Only about 1/4th of domestic wastewater and
    about 1/2 of industrial wastewater is treated in
  • Growing popularity and acceptance of Solar, Wind
    and biomass energy
  • Indias current renewable energy capacity is 14.2
    GW. Ernst Young estimates that the Indias
    gross renewable energy potential up to 2032 is

Emerging industries Environmental clean
  • The Indian government envisages that by the end
    of the 11th Plan period i.e, by 2012, 10 per cent
    of the installed power generation capacity in the
    country should come through renewable sources
  • Policy move by the Indian Central Government
    legislation to sanitise and treat waste water and
    harvest rain water efficiently have led to
    numerous opportunities for the Queensland
    suppliers with proven capabilities in the
    following sub-sectorsof clean technology
  • - Rainwater harvesting
  • - Wastewater treatment
  • - Wastewater management
  • - Energy efficiency consulting

Emerging Industries Healthcare and
  • The Healthcare industry is one of Indias largest
  • Projected to grow 23 per cent per annum to touch
    US77B by 2012 from the current estimated size of
  • The private sector accounts for more than 80 per
    cent of total healthcare spending in India
  • 50 per cent of the markets demand for medical
    equipment can only be met through imports
  • Opportunities in the following sub-sectors of
    the healthcare industry in India
  • - pharmaceutical
  • - Healthcare Infrastructure
  • - Medical tools and equipment
  • - Education and training

Emerging Industries Food, beverage and
  • The Indian food market is estimated at over
    US182B, and accounts for about two thirds of the
    total Indian retail market.
  • McKinsey Co, the retail food sector in India is
    likely to grow from around US70B in 2008 to
    US150B by 2025, accounting for a large chunk of
    the world food industry, which would grow to
    US400B from US175B by 2025
  • The following sub-sectors in Queensland have
    thecapability to export into the Indian food,
    beverage and agribusiness industry
  • - Agricultural technology and research
    hybridisation, fertiliser, pesticide technology
  • - Agricultural equipment, machinery and
  • - Edible oils
  • - Beverages alcoholic and non-alcoholic

Education in India
  • Higher Education System in India
  • 480 Unis, 22 000 colleges need to be ramped up
    to1500 and 45 000 by 2011
  • (1023) pattern
  • IITs, IIMs
  • Technical and Vocational Education System in
  • India
  • VET in India is handled by 17 ministries
  • VET System in India has the capability to train
    only 3 million youth as against the requirement
    to train 13 million youth annually
  • 500 million youth by 2022
  • 7000 public and private providers
  • Upgradation of 1600 ITIs on the anvil

  • Foreign Education Institutions Bill
  • Modular Employable Skills Programme announced by
    the Govt. of India for school dropouts and
    untrained labour
  • National Skill Development Corporation, under
    PPP, holds funds for projects related to skill
  • World Bank has provided a grant of US280M
    forVocational Training in India
  • Second tier cities the Lavasa and ILFS models
    and the transition of the rural masses to Lavasa
  • Digitised Content/Satellite Education Everonn,
    COREProjects and Technologies

  • Trade and Investment Queensland Brisbane team
  • Yasmahne Hanel, Tamanna Monem, Shveta Vijesh,
    Wendy Elmer, Kael OSullivan
  • Trade and Investment Queensland India team
  • Rod Solomons, Sudeep Nambiar, Sudhir Basavaraju,
    Jasmine Sahota, Preeti DRoza, Pallab Ghosh, Hema
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