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Investment Opportunities Greater Noida & Taj Expressway Region : PRESENTATION TO : Japanese Business Mission : PRESENTATION BY : Government of Uttar Pradesh (GoUP) Monday, February 04, 2008 1 Facts Area 236,286 Sq km. Covering 9% of the country’s geographical area. Population 186.7 Million (2007 Most populous state in estimated) the country. Accounts for 16% of the country’s population. State Gross US $ 43.27 Billion Domestic Product (2000) Per Capita INR 10,817 Income (2003-04 at current prices) 2 Workforce Distribution As Per 2001 Census Total Workforce : 53.98 Millions Main Workers : 39.33 Millions Marginal Workers : 14.65 Millions Work Force Participation Rate : 32.48% Others 28.50% Household Cultivators Industries 41.06% 5.61% Agricultural Labour 24.82% 3 Sectoral Component of State Economy Primary 32% Tertiary 42% Secondary 26% State GDP (2004) : US $ 80.9 Billion Current Growth Rate : 10% approx Second Largest Economy in India after state of Maharashtra. It has bigger economy than many of the world big economic players like Israel, Switzerland and Hong Kong 4 Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) US $ Million 50000 43267 40000 30000 26562.25 20000 13876.5 10000 6937 3888.5 0 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 5 State Connectivity The total road length in the State is 1,04,137 km. This includes 3,912 km of national highways, 9,098 km of state highways, 87,248 km of important district roads, 91,127 km of other district roads, and 72,931 km of rural roads. Some of the important national highways that connect that state are NH 2, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 45 and 58 There are five airports i.e. in Agra, Kanpur, Lucknow, and Varanasi, Allahabad Important National Highways and railways pass through the state connecting important cities and ports Access to brain pool and large consumer markets of NCR 6 State Policy: Spurring industrial growth in the state The state has formulated its policies with a vision to use information technology (IT) as a vehicle for economic development. Its policies for Industrial Development, Exports, Mineral Development, Technology, Agriculture, Film, Tourism and IT aim to: Create facilitative administrative systems Reduce lead time in setting up of industries Remove bureaucratic hindrances Provide internationally competitive infrastructure Unfetter industries in the conduct of their business 7 Infrastructure Policy: Upgrading the state’s support framework Under the Road Policy, the government encourages an active role for the private sector in construction and maintenance of roads, bridges, overbridges, underbridges, expressways and highways. A Road fund of nearly US$87 million, set up for the first time by any state in India, seeks to upgrade infrastructure facilities to world-class standards. The state has set up a US$2.1-million Infrastructure Initiative Fund, the first of its kind in any state, to prepare pre-feasibility studies of infrastructure related major projects to facilitate easy entry of the private sector. 8 Power Sector Uttar Pradesh is keen to encourage private participation in the power sector. The state was one of the first to privatize distribution with its project in Greater Noida. The government has taken initiatives to: Privatize power distribution in industrial hubs like NOIDA, Kanpur and Moradabad Offer power distribution rights to industry associations in industrial areas Set up an Independent Regulatory Commission Place some of the major generating power stations under a separate generation corporation 9 Industrial Infrastructure: In Vision The state plans to expand on the success of the NOIDA and Greater NOIDA model and proposes to develop all industrial areas in future as Integrated Industrial Townships. It is also actively inviting private sector participation in infrastructure development. Areas to be developed as industrial corridors are: NOIDA - Greater NOIDA – Ghaziabad - Gautam Buddha Nagar Meerut – Moradabad - Bareilly Agra – Aligarh – Firozabad - Khurja (Bulandshahr) - Kosi (Mathura) Lucknow - Kanpur 10 Governance: Facilitating business in the state The state has introduced a single window registration system to ease the project approval process. Projects with investments of up to US$5.5 million, export-oriented units of NRIs with investments above US$5.4 million and electronic and food industries with investments above US$2.2 million can avail of this facility. All 100 per cent export-oriented units, which export over 50 percent of production, are declared as public utilities to free them from the threat of flash strikes. The government plans to inspect industrial units only with the prior approval of the District Magistrate. 11 Incentives for Investment Subsidy of 20% of fixed capital investments for new units in most backward areas 15% of fixed capital investments for new units in less backward areas 10% of fixed capital investments for new units in least backward areas Special subsidy of US$32,500 for prestigious units with fixed capital investments of over US$5.4 million US$22,000 for pioneer units with fixed capital investments of over US$1.1 million Deferment of luxury tax in thrust areas for 5 years Octroi rebate on plant machinery and building material for new units for 5 years Exemption from minimum power demand charges for sick units during the closure period Land at 20% of market prices for star hotels Special incentives, including electricity, equity participation and other assistance for NRI entrepreneurs 12 Uttar Pradesh’s industrial core Agro based and Food processing industry Size: Total sales in the food and beverages sector accounted for 24% of sales by industries in the state in 2003. The state accounts for 22% of irrigated land in the entire country. Net Sown Area of about 16.8 million hectares out of which about 49.3% is sown more than once. One of the largest producers of agricultural commodities in the country, produces 34% of the total groundnut, 17.5% of rapeseed, 8% of fruits and 14% of vegetables (Second largest producer) It has the largest livestock in the country and its milk production is the highest in the country. Largest producer of sugarcane and ranks second in the manufacture of sugar 17.8% of the total fertiliser consumption in the country in 2001 Largest cattle population at 11.5 percent of total milch in the country 13 Uttar Pradesh’s industrial core Agro based and Food processing industry Contd.. Supporting Industrial Infrastructure 2,659 units, highest number of factories in the food product manufacturing sector. Highest number of cold storages in the country at 1,232 as of end of 2002 Ranks second in state warehouses with a capacity of 2.79 million tonnes as of August 1, 2003 Highest number of roller flour mills in India at 127 in 2002 14 Uttar Pradesh’s industrial core Leather Industry Size: At US$232 million, leather goods exports were about 16.6 per cent of the total leather exports from India Uttar Pradesh has a well-developed leather industry. The state has one of the largest livestock populations in the country which provides a strong raw material base required for the industry. Kanpur and Agra, the two better known leather centres in Uttar Pradesh, the state houses a number of major centres with approximately 11,500 production units. With a share of 22 percent, the state has the largest population of buffaloes and ranks second in terms of cattle population with a 12 percent share About 200 tanneries are located in and around Kanpur Kanpur is the sole producer of saddlery products Agra is the biggest centre for shoe manufacturing in the country 15 Uttar Pradesh’s industrial core Leather Industry Contd… Kanpur is a prominent centre for leather processing. Kanpur tanneries specialise in processing hides into heavy leather (sole, harness and industrial leather). Uttar Pradesh plans to develop a special economic zone at Kanpur to cater to the leather goods industry. In addition to traditional centres for leather and leather products in the state, NOIDA has emerged as a major centre especially for leather footwear and leather garments. 16 Uttar Pradesh’s industrial core Electronics Size: Second largest producer of electronic goods in the country with a share of 19.3 per cent in 2000. With 196 units, the sector has shown a promising growth of 205 per cent during 1991-2000. Major players such as LG electronics and Videocon have set up manufacturing facilities in the state. Largest producer of component electronics at 19.6 per cent of the country total With a share of 24 per cent, the state ranks second in telecom electronics production In consumer electronics, the state produces 22 per cent and ranks second in the country Ranks third in the production of computer components with a 14.5 per cent share and strategic components with 18.8 per cent 17 Uttar Pradesh’s industrial core Chemicals Size: Total sales in the chemical sector accounts for 10.5 per cent of the sales by different industries in the state in 2002. One of the key contributors to the state economy, the chemicals sector has shown the highest growth of production at 150% during 1996-2001 among other sectors in the state. The state’s fertiliser industry ranks third in the country in the total number of factories present in the state. Software Size: Fourth largest exporter of software products in the country. The IT industry is the backbone of the state's economy. Its STPI Noida facility, which was established in 1991, was one of the first STPI centres in the country. The fourth largest exporter of software products in the country, the state’s exports touched US$530 million in 2002-03 with a growth of 27% over the previous fiscal. International giants like HCL, Cadence and CSC have their development facilities in Noida. 18 Uttar Pradesh’s industrial core Engineering sector Size: Sales in the machinery sector accounts for 10.5 per cent, transport equipment for 7.7 per cent and the metal sector for 23.1 per cent of the total sales by industries in the state in 2002. Machinery and equipments have the largest share in industrial production in the state. The state has brassware and lock making units in Moradabad and Aligarh respectively. Its production of basic metals and alloys has shown a growth of 123 per cent during 1996-2001. Many MNCs like Honda, Yamaha and New Holland Tractors have a manufacturing presence in the state. Mineral based industries Size: Total sales in non-metallic sector accounts for 24.6 per cent of the sales by industries in the state in 2003. The state ranks third in the country in the production of non-metallic minor minerals at US$203.3 million in 2001-02. The availability of natural resources spurred the growth of industry in the state. Players in the state include Ambuja cements, Sonabhadra Cement plants and Almorah mini cement plant . 19 Uttar Pradesh’s industrial core Textiles Size: Total sales in textiles sector accounts for 12.3 per cent of sales by industries in the state in 2003. One of the traditional industries in Uttar Pradesh, the textiles industry comprises 58 spinning mills and a total of 74 textile mills in the non-SSI sector. The state is known for its carpets and brassware. Uttar Pradesh as R&D hub and BPO hub The state has emerged as a hub for R&D institutions in electronics and communications. The emergence of Noida as one of the favourite IT destinations and the availability of good infrastructure supported by the state’s proactive policies has led to the growth of R&D facilities in the state. Uttar Pradesh has leveraged the prowess of its IT industry to emerge as the leading ITES-BPO destination in India. BPO outfits like EXL, the largest in India, and HCL Technologies operate from Noida 20 Tourist Destinations Agra Tourist Capital of India; which houses three world heritage sites Taj Mahal, Agra Fort & Fatehpur Sikri. Not to mention that Taj Mahal is also one of the Seven Wonders of the World Varanasi The oldest living city in the world has been cradle of two major religions, namely: Hinduism and Buddhism Sarnath Sarnath; where Lord Buddha delivered his first sermon. Buddhists worldwide look upon India as the land of the Buddha and a visit to this country means a pilgrimage to those sacred places Sravasti Sravasti, capital of the ancient Kosala kingdom is sacred to Buddhists because it is here that Lord Buddha performed the greatest of his miracles to confound the Tirthika heretics which include that of the Buddha creating multiple images of himself 21 Tourist Destinations Kapilvastu Ancient Kapilvastu where Lord Buddha spent the early years of his life. Kapilvastu was the capital of the Shakya clan whose ruler was the father of Lord Buddha A small, dusty hamlet in eastern U.P., the Buddha is Kushinagar believed to have breathed his last amidst the pastoral surrounding of Kushinagar. Kaushambi This place is believed to have been visited by Lord Buddha in the 6th and 9th year after attaining enlightenment. He delivered several sermons here, elevating it to a centre of higher learning for the Buddhists. Sankisa Sankisa is the place where the Buddha descended from heaven along with Lord Brahma and Devraj Indra after giving a discourse to his mother, Mayadevi. 22 Tourist Destinations Lucknow The city reached it acme during the Nawabi rule when it became a centre of music and Urdu poetry. Remnants of Nawabi Palaces, Imamabaras and the exquisite traditional handicrafts bear witness to bygone splendors Dudhwa Sprawling over an area of 614sq.km, this is one of the Tiger finest tiger reserves of India and one of the important Reserve tourist attractions in Uttar Pradesh. Wide variety of other fauna: Leopard, Swamp deer, Hispid hare, Bengal Florican etc. Ayodhaya Ayodhya is a popular pilgrim centre. This town is closely associated with Lord Rama, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Mathura The land where Shri Krishna was born and spent his Vrindavan youth, has today little towns and hamlets that are still alive with the Krishna legend and still redolent with the music of his flute. 23 Arts & Crafts Uttar Pradesh is famous for its arts and crafts. Varanasi for its Saris and Silk, Mirzapur and Bhadohi for its Carpets, Agra and Kanpur for their Leather craft, Moradabad for its Metal Ware, Lucknow for its Embroidery (Chicken) work on silk, Saharanpur for wood carving items, Firozabad for Glass Accessories Entire state for its Pottery are not only famous in India but around the world. 24 Region : Greater Noida City & Taj Expressway Area Greater Noida City Taj Expressway Area 25 Vision for the Region An Eco-friendly Relaxed Environment. A Modern, Efficient City of International Standards A Pro-active Investor-friendly Framework. To make the Region a preferred destination to invest and live in Participation of The Rural population In Urbanization. 26 Connectivity Strategic Location within NCR – well linked to Domestic & International markets via Delhi Air 60 min drive from International Airport Drive on 8-lane Expressway; No Traffic lights 10 km from proposed site of International Airport & Aviation Hub Road Movement of 25 minute drive from Delhi Businessmen 24 km by 8-lane Expressway Located on alignment of proposed Taj Expressway Connected by NH-2, NH-24, NH-91 to different parts of the country 27 Greater Noida – The City Total Notified Area of 36,000 hectares Greater Noida 5,000 Ha. already urbanized in Phase I City has the Critical Mass Urbanizable area of 20,000 Ha. by year and Primate 2021 City characteristics City planned for a population of as being part of a continuum of 0.7 million by year 2011 an Urban 1.2 million by year 2021 agglomeration Industry led development - 3000 Ha. to be developed by 2011 Residential development – 3000 Ha. to be developed by 2011 28 Taj Expressway Region Total Envisaged Area of 44,000 hectares Large Scale Special Townships/ Sub cities on area of 2500 acres to 10000 acres through PSP Model Construction of Expressway in full swing Announcement of Taj International Airport provided the required impetus 29 Why to invest here ? The Best Ambience & Investor Friendly Business Environment in India 30 Region Potentials Dadri Power Plant National Highway 24 National Highway 58 Dadri ICD Dadri Tuglak Rail Link Metro Link Greater NOIDA Phase-II Taj Economic Zone International Airport 31 Land Development . . . Investment Opportunities Land Investment Available Potential US Land use (Hectares) $ million Greater Noida City Residential 3,800 5,605 Industrial 2,727 1,636 Commercial 1,100 3,300 Institutional 2,803 2,803 Taj Expressway Region Special Integrated Townships 44,000 60000 32 Large Infrastructure Projects . . . Investment Opportunities Project Details Investment Size US $ million Taj Shall serve as competitive advantage over 150 International other airports in the country and across Airport nations (Middle East & Asia Pacific) - “Gateway Airport” in terms of Logistics & Freight - “Destination Airport” of the Country and the region Ganga 8-lane Expressway (1000 Kms) passing 10,000 Expressway through entire state of Uttar Pradesh Transport Hub - New Railway Station at Boraki, Greater 125 Noida (located on Howrah-Delhi Line) and Integrated Transport Hub - Inter State Bus Terminal (ISBT) - Transport Nagar - Wholesale market Public - City Bus System More than 400 Transport - Metro Rail - Monorail 33 Large Infrastructure Projects . . . On the roll Taj Expressway Intends to ease the heavy traffic on Delhi-Agra NH-2. The world famous heritage monument - Taj Mahal would be merely 100 minutes from the Taj International Airport near Greater Noida through this Expressway Free Trade & A partially bonded area providing multi-format warehouses, Warehousing Zone railway siding, ICD/CFS facilities, open storage area, commercial area (retail & office space) and support facilities Power Generation - 1750 MW Power Plant at Dadri promoted by NTPC Plants - 3740 MW Gas Based Power Plant at Dadri - 250 MW Gas based Power Plant at Greater Noida Municipal - Sewerage Treatment Plant (STP) Infrastructure - Solid Waste Management (SWM) - Power Distribution - Road Over Bridge (RoB) - Flyovers 34 Commercial Projects . . . Investment Opportunity Project Details Investment Size US $ million Trade Square A Corporate Park with the state-of-the art 175 infrastructure and commercial/ retail/ entertainment facilities. Financial Hub A hub, for major financial institutions, foreign 175 institutional investors, merchant bankers, non- banking financial institutions, insurance companies, Asset Management and Mutual Fund Companies with necessary amenities & facilities. City-side - Word Class Business Conclaves 100 Development - International Convention Center Near Taj - Leisure & Entertainment International Airport - Hotels etc. Others - Malls More than 50 - Multiplexes 35 Social Infra Projects . . . Investment Opportunity Project Details Investment Size US $ million Sports City Project with Facilities for Cricket, 12 Astroturf for Hockey, Football, Synthetic track for Track and Field events, Tennis, Badminton, Volleyball, Basketball, TT, Gymnastics, Gym etc.; Indoor Hall, Swimming Pool of International specifications Vocational Hub A hub of various training institutes 8 providing vocational training in various fields. Educational Hub A hub of various institutes providing 8 education from primary to professional college. 36 Recreational Projects . . . Investment Opportunity Project Details Investment Size US $ million Formula One (F1) 600 acres Venue poised to hold India’s 750 Racing Tracks first Grand Prix Event in 2009. Night Safari 250 acres nocturnal safari on the lines 10 of Singapore Night Safari. Aventura Greens Multi-generational Entertainment 40 centre with amusement park, Go- Karting tracks, Drive-in-Cinema, Ethnic Cottages and Recreational Club, Night Bazar etc. Amusement Park 220 acres multi-facility Family 50 Entertainment Centre 37 Recreational Projects . . . Investment Opportunity Project Details Investment Size US $ million Science Park 30 Acres, science park with innovative 18 ways of learning; supplement formal education at grass root level fun and amusement. Race Course 110 Acres, on the lines of Mahalakshmi 20 Race Course, Mumbai Book Square The concept is anchored in the 5 philosophy to promote educational tour along with recreational activities Others Bird Sanctuary & World Nature Garden 15 38 Industrial Projects . . . On the roll SEZ Approximately 15 SEZ at various stages of development/ approval Taj Economic Zone Augmentation of Existing Greater NOIDA Phase II has 19% land reserved Industrial Estates/ Parks for Industrial Use (white goods) IT/ITES/Biotech Hubs 26 IT-ITes Parks Biotech Zone proposed Knowledge Cities/ Skill Knowledge Park, Phase I, II, III, IV & V proposed Development Centers in Greater Noida. Integrated Agro/Food Agro Based industries to be promoted in Greater Processing Zones Noida Phase II 39 Residential Projects . . . Investment Opportunity Development of 3000 Ha to be developed in G.NOIDA itself by Integrated Townships 2011 Large scale Integrated Townships to be developed along entire stretch of Taj Expressway on PSP route 6 of India’s top 10 Real estate developers (like DLF, Ansal, Eldeco, Omaxe, Parsvanath, Sun City, Unitech & ATS) active in the region Proximity to National Capital Delhi gives the required thrust 40 Funding Options Focused on • Public Private Partnership model for development of essential Physical infrastructure • Private Sector Participation on Development of various projects Public Private Partnership Taj Expressway (Some success stories) Golf Course Solid Waste Management Power Distribution Educational Institutes Other USPs India Exposition Mart Leading Educational Institutions (Engineering, Medical, Management etc) Orbital Rail Eastern Peripheral Expressway 41 Let me conclude with a haiku I have composed in honour of Basho, Busan and Issa celebrating Japanese-Indian cooperation and the DMIC ROADS CONNECT PEOPLE MEET TRAFFIC MOVES HAPPINESS, PROSPERITY ALL AROUND 42 Thank You 43
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