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Title: India and the India-U.S. Opportunity


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www.QuantaCo.com
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Irvine Chamber of Commerce - Irvine,
CaliforniaInternational Market Insights Webinar
Series
  • Todays session will focus on INDIA, with an
    emphasis on
  • Import, Sourcing, and Investment Opportunities
  • for U.S. Businesses
  • Participating from the their respective offices
    in California and Washington, DC will be
  • Mr. R Sampath Mr. Vinay Mohan Kwatra
    Managing Director Minister (Commerce)
  • Quanta Consulting, Inc. Embassy of
    India Los Angeles, CA, USA Washington
    DC, USA

3
India Sourcing Webinar
  • Imports, Sourcing, and Investment Opportunities
    for US Businesses India
  • Top Trends
  • Top Risks
  • Strategy Execution
  • India Trade ConferenceAnnual
    www.IndiaTradeConference.org
  • R Sampath - Info_at_QuantaCo.com
  • Director, India Strategy, Quanta Consulting, Inc.

www.QuantaCo.com
4
Doing Business in India Trends
  • Trends and Environment
  • Top 5 Opportunities
  • Entry Level Product Offerings
  • Industries incl Renewable, Automotive.
  • Green Sourcing
  • Raw Materials
  • Investments
  • R Sampath - Info_at_QuantaCo.com
  • Director, India Strategy, Quanta Consulting, Inc.

www.QuantaCo.com
5
India Sourcing Risks
  • Top 5 Risks
  • Knowledge
  • Networks Relationships
  • Infrastructure and Quality
  • Corruption
  • Legislative Political Trends
  • R Sampath - Info_at_QuantaCo.com
  • Director, India Strategy, Quanta Consulting, Inc.

www.QuantaCo.com
6
Strategy Execution
  • Starting Out
  • Deals
  • Investments
  • Ventures
  • Quality and Oversight
  • Takeaways Globalization
  • R Sampath - Info_at_QuantaCo.com
  • Director, India Strategy, Quanta Consulting, Inc.

www.QuantaCo.com
7
India Trade Conference
  • New Developments with India Markets
  • Green Tech and Social Entrepreneurship
  • Interactive Sessions and Live Case Studies
  • Annual Event in the Los Angeles area
  • www.IndiaTradeConference.org
  • R Sampath - Info_at_QuantaCo.com
  • Director, India Strategy, Quanta Consulting, Inc.

www.QuantaCo.com
8
India and the India-U.S. Opportunity
9
Indias growth story Principal Drivers
  • Policy Drivers
  • Private sector and Civil Society factors
  • Vibrant Democracy Strong institutions.
  • Steady Economic Liberalization Process.
  • Interventions to develop rural-agricultural
    economy.
  • Pro-investment government policies.
  • Major Up-gradation of Infrastructure
  • Culture of Entrepreneurship
  • Vibrant private sector.
  • Robust Industrial and Agricultural production.
  • Strong Service Sector.
  • Vast pool of technical scientific manpower.
  • Robustly growing middle class.
  • Private spending is 60 of GDP growth is
    fuelling middle class spending.

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GDP Growth
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Composition of GDP (at Factor Cost) (as of
Total)
Year Agriculture allied activities Industry Services
1950-51 55.3 10.6 34.1
1960-61 50.8 13.2 36.0
1970-71 44.3 15.5 40.2
1980-81 37.8 17.4 44.6
1990-91 31.4 19.8 48.8
2000-01 23.9 20.0 56.1
2009-10 14.6 28.5 56.9
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Rapid Globalization
  • Trade
  • Merchandize exports imports (as of GDP)
  • 3 in 1980-81
  • 7 in 1990-91
  • 21 in 1997-98
  • 23 in 2000-01
  • 48 in 2009-10
  •  

13
Indias Foreign Trade Policy
Annual export growth of 15 per cent . The new
Foreign Trade policy provides for duty-free
import of capital goods, extension of the duty
refund scheme, and lower transaction costs for
exporters, with a view to boost exports and
double outbound sales of goods and services in
five years.
14
Exports and Imports( billion)
15
Composition of Indian Exports
16
Composition of Indian Imports
17
India-U.S. Relationship
18
INDIA AND THE UNITED STATES PARTNERSHIP OF 21ST
CENTURY
  • Strategic Partnership Shared values fostered on
    common global concerns and common global threats.
  • Visionary Leadership
  • Major markers
  • Impressive Balance Sheet under Security
    Political Economic Commercial Development and
    Innovation templates.
  • India US Civil Nuclear Agreement A game
    changer.
  • High Technology Cooperation.
  • Strong trade, investment and people to people
    linkages. and
  • Vibrant Dialogue Mechanisms Health, Education,
    Open Government, Energy, ST domains.

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India-US Bilateral Merchandise Trade
(US Millions)
2008 2009 2010 Jan. Feb. 2011
Indias Exports to US 25704 (6.78) 21166 (-17.62) 29531 (39.5) 4762 (18)
Indias Imports from US 17682 (18.13) 16441 (-6.90) 19223 (16.9) 2850 (12.6)
Total Trade 44429 (11.12) 37638 (-13.32) 48754 (29.6) 7612 (15.9)
Percentage change over previous period, mentioned
in parenthesis
Source US Department of Commerce, Bureau of
Census
20
India U.S. Bilateral Merchandise Trade
US Millions
Source US Department of Commerce, Bureau of
Census
21
KEY MANIFESTATIONS IN BILATERAL ECONOMIC TIES
  • Rapidly growing Bilateral trade Goods trade
    (2010)US48.75 billion (Strong growth in US
    Exports).
  • Two way Trade in Services(2008) US 38 billion
    (broadly balanced).
  • Strong two way investment flows, both as Foreign
    Direct Investments and in MA space.
  • Value creation and job creation by Indian
    companies in the U.S. Economy.
  • Expanding and deepening B-to-B and Tech-to-Tech
    linkages

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US Imports from India
HS Code Description Millions United States Dollars Share Change
HS Code Description 2010 2010 2010/2009
_Total  All Commodity Chapters 29531 100 39.52
71  Precious Stones 6850 23.2 50.27
30  Pharmaceutical Products 2388 8.09 43.79
27  Mineral Fuel, Oil 2324 7.87 436.55
62  Woven Apparel 1741 5.9 5.61
29  Organic Chemicals 1716 5.81 30.56
63  Miscellaneous Textile Articles 1544 5.23 30.08
85  Electrical Machinery, Etc. 1445 4.89 27.81
61  Knit Apparel 1417 4.8 14.58
84  Machinery Reactors, Boilers 1297 4.39 20.32
73  Iron and Steel Products 1172 3.97 5.13
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Imports from India during Jan. - Mar. 2011 (Top
20 US States)
(in US Millions)
2058
168
137
259
295
813
190
197
78
131
128
77
72
706
253
370
199
Top 5 States New York - 2058 New Jersey
813 California - 706 Texas - 617
Tennessee 370
294
617
185
Source of data U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of
Census
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US Export to India
HS Code Description Millions Dollars Share Change
HS Code Description 2010 2010 2010/2009
_Total  All Commodity Chapters 19223 100 16.92
71  Precious Stones 4206 21.88 79.98
84  Machinery Reactors, Boilers 2670 13.89 14.9
85  Electrical Machinery, Etc. 1367 7.11 5.23
88  Aircraft, Spacecraft 1277 6.65 -43.33
31  Fertilizers 1123 5.84 -2.28
27  Mineral Fuel, Oil 1094 5.69 13.77
90  Optical, Medical Instruments 1084 5.64 17.88
29  Organic Chemicals 849 4.42 32.76
39  Plastic 749 3.9 18.15
72  Iron and Steel 556 2.89 -13.61
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Exports to India during Jan. - Mar. 2011 (Top 20
US States)
(in US Millions)
134
85
666
67
56
128
225
108
137
98
69
149
57
62
877
93
Top 5 States California 877 New York
666 Texas 519 Louisiana
233 Illinois 225

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233
519
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Source of data U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of
Census
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U.S. Presence in India___________________________
___________
Fremont Group
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India manufacturing advantage
  • Key driver the large skilled labour pool
  • Factors behind successful manufacturing
  • Productivity Growth
  • Intelligent manufacturing
  • Hard Soft integration
  • High technology adoption adaptation
  • Opportunities in multiple sectors
  • Textiles , ITES, BPO, Pharmaceuticals
  • Auto components etc

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INDIA-U.S. Partnership the way forward
  • Potential for mutually beneficial long-term
    partnership.
  • In economic sense, there is a change in the
    mindset of various U.S. stakeholders look
    beyond buy-sell paradigm.
  • Enabling environment within India and the US.
  • Imaginative entrepreneurship and vision to see
    the opportunities hidden in challenges.

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How we could help?
  • One stop shop for your import queries.
  • Facilitation for developing institutional
    linkages with export associations in India.
  • Queries relating to import and FDI policies.
  • Contact development at Federal and State level.

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Thank you
  • Questions
  • Also at
  • mincom_at_indiagov.org
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