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Title: Meeting of US India ICT Working Group, Washington


1
Meeting of US India ICT Working Group, Washington
Presentation On Opportunities for US
Industries for establishment of Electronic
Manufacturing / Testing Facilities in India
by
NK Goyal
President CMAI Association
of India,
Chairman Emeritus TEMA,
Vice Chairman ITU APT India
www.cmai.asia,
president_cmai_at_cmai.asia
6th June, 2012
2
Advantage India
  • GDP crossed USD 1 Trillion Mark
  • 4th largest economy in world when adjusted for
    purchasing power parity
  • Growing well in excess of 8 per annum for
    last three years.
  • Current GDP Growth 8.5
  • USD 380 Billion Projected infrastructure
    investment in next 5 years
  • Large Domestic Market
  • - 560 million consumers in 20-49 age group
    expected by 2015
  • - 5th largest consumer market by 2025
  • - Increased disposable incomes changing
    lifestyles
  • Human capital
  • - Third largest pool of scientific
    technical manpower
  • (2,00,000 Engineering Gradates Annually)
  • - Over 500 universities (20,000 colleges)


3
Advantage Indiacontd.
  • Rise of Asia presents tremendous opportunities
    for growth in this Century
  • India, China are two big markets
  • US has opportunity to invest in Manufacturing
    from India to cater the Asian market
  • Huge Scope in several verticalsHealth,
    Automobile, Aviations, Education, Banking,
    Commerce
  • Indian Government coming with new policies to
    attract investment

4
Advantage Indiacontd.
  • There is no ambiguity on India's 1.21 billion
    population overtaking China's 1.34 billion.
    However, it's not just the population that would
    see an upward swing. The economy is set to total
    5.6 trillion by 2020 from the present 1.7
    trillion, achieving a real GDP growth rate of 9.2
    per cent. If the Dun Bradstreet prediction
    comes true, India's global economy ranking would
    be 7th from the present 10th
  • Over the next two years, India could attract FDI
    worth 80 billion, according to Morgan Stanley.
  • On the military front, India maintains the
    world's third largest active armed forces and is
    a nuclear weapon state too. According to
    Stockholm International Peace Research Institute,
    India is the world's largest arms importer, much
    ahead of China.
  • India, the Country with high rate of illiteracy,
    figures among them.
  • India can as well aim at the Sun with the kind of
    expertise it has in space technology. Vast pool
    of talent makes it a possibility. Very few
    Countries have the ability to launch their own
    satellites.

5
President USA HE Mr. Obama on
India
  • HE President, Mr. Obama speaking to a packed
    reception hall at the State Department building
    in Foggy Bottom, on 4th June, 2010 quoted from an
    eminent European scholar who travelled to India
    more than a century ago
  • Whatever sphere of the human mind you may select
    for your special study, whether it be language or
    religion or mythology or philosophy, whether it
    be law or customs, primitive art, or science, you
    have to go to India, because," he said, "some of
    the most valuable and instructive material of the
    history of man are treasured up in India, and
    India only".
  • HE President Mr. Obama further said "So when it
    comes to the sphere of our work, building a
    future of greater prosperity, opportunity and
    security for our people, there is no doubt I
    have to go India. But even more, I am proud to go
    to India, and I look forward to the history that
    we will make together, progress that will be
    treasured not just by this generation but by
    generations to come."

6
President USA HE Mr Obama on
India.contd.
  • White House during November, 2012 visit of
    President Mr. Obama, portrayed India as an
    economic opportunity too golden to pass up.
    President in Mumbai to a gathering of US and
    India business leaders said
  • In our interconnected world, increased commerce
    between The United States and India can be and
    will be a win win proposition for both Nations.

7
India
Story
Attractive FDI location
Transparency Accountability
  • Right to Information Act
  • Road map for transitioning to IFRS
  • Corporate governance initiatives
  • Information Technology Act
  • Roadmap for Direct Tax Code (DTC) and Goods and
    Services Tax (GST)

Third most attractive FDI location in the world
(AT Kearney FDI Confidence Index 2010)
Cost competitiveness
Pro investment environment
City Price Levels (including Rent) Net Wage Levels
New York 100 100
Tokyo 88.5 86.4
Taipei 52.2 40.0
Hong Kong 74.1 43.9
Beijing 42.4 14.5
Delhi 34 10.3
Mumbai 30.3 7.6
  • 100 FDI permitted in most sectors under
    automatic route, includes Electronics system
    design and Manufacturing (ESDM)
  • Consolidated FDI Policy available
  • Government has come up with several incentives to
    encourage investment and attract capital

Source Prices and Earnings Report August
2010, UBS
8
India Story Leaders
Speak
9
Electronics Systems Design and Manufacturing
(ESDM) - A Priority Sector for India
Current and forecasted ESDM Demand in India, 2009
- 2020E USD Billion
Forecasted ESDM demand by segment, 2020E
Semiconductor design
22
400B
Hi-Tech mnfg.
Electronics Components
Exports
15
20
125B
Others
Electronics Mfr. Services
6
45B
Consumer electronics
2
1
4
1
14
IT Systems and hardware
2020E
2014E
2009
38
Telecom products and equipments
Semiconductor content in electronic system
projected to grow from 20 currently to 25 in
the next 3-5 years
10
Favorable Policy Framework
  • A Triad of Policies to drive a National Agenda
    for ICTE
  • - National Policy on Electronics
  • - National Policy on Information Technology
  • - National Telecom Policy
  • Vision
  • To create a globally competitive electronics
    design and manufacturing (ESDM) industry to meet
    the country's needs and serve the international
    market.
  • Key Objectives
  • Turnover in ESDM sector of USD 400 Billion
    by 2020 involving
  • - Investment of USD 100 Billion
  • - Employment to 28 Million people at
    various levels
  • Achieve global leadership in VLSI, chip design
    and other frontier technical areas and achieve
    turnover of USD 55 Billion by 2020.
  • Increase export in ESDM sector from USD 5.5
    Billion to USD 80 Billion by 2020

11
Government Procurement of Electronics
  • Multi-billion dollar investment plans in mega
    programs offer tremendous opportunities for
    electronics manufacturing
  • - Roll out of Broadband to over 600,000
    villages National Optical Fibre
  • Network (NOFN) Plan approved
  • - National Knowledge Network with 100GB
    connectivity for over 20,000
  • colleges and research institutions
  • - National eGovernance Program spanning
    Central Ministries and all State
  • Governments
  • - National Mission to provide Computers to over
    100,000 schools
  • - Digitization of Television Broadcast
    Network by 2015 - significant opportunity
  • for Set Top Box consumption and
    manufacturing
  • - Indian Unique Identification Project (UID)
    offers tremendous opportunities for
  • technology and products (Biometrics, ID
    Cards, etc.). 

12
Setting up Semiconductor Fabs
  • Strong Semiconductor Design Ecosystem
  • - Nearly 2000 chips designed each year
    20,000 Engineers USD10.6 Billion
  • Revenue by 2012 (17.3 growth rate)
  • - All the global top 10 fabless design
    companies have India operations
  • - 23 of the top 25 semiconductor companies
    have strong presence in India
  • A High Level Committee set up for identifying
    technology and investors for setting up
    semiconductor fabs
  • - Mandate Assess and recommend quantum of
    Government support in
  • physical / financial
    terms

13
India as a Semiconductor
Destination
Key players in the semiconductor ecosystem are
already building presence in India
Potential opportunity
IDMs
OEMs
Semi cap equipment
Foundry
ATMP
Fabless
EDA / IP
Value chain
DeCore nanosemi
IDMs
Others
IISc.
14
India as a RD Destination
India is the leading country for RD jobs
Top 10 countries by estimated jobs in RD 2009
India
12,120
US
7,290
China
4,000
Malaysia
3,080
France
2,460
Taiwan
2,000
Many outside India are also of Indian origin
Canada
1,990
UK
1,850
Ireland
1,720
1,540
Hungary
1 Research related to characterization,
fabrication and modeling Source IBM Global
location trends, ISA-Evalueserve study 2008
15
India Telecom Manufacturing Opportunities
  • Second largest telecom penetration, worlds
    highest monthly additions.
  • 940 Million Subscribers . Wireless 910 Million
  • Indian Telecom sector to witness huge investments
    to the tune of USD110 Billion during 2012-2017.
  • Telecom Subscribers to cross 1.5 billion by 2015
    and 5 billion by 2020.
  • About 25 per cent (Approx. 300 million) would be
    3G/4G subscribers, requiring scaling up the
    infrastructure.
  • About USD 70 Billion estimated investment in
    rolling out green field 2G, 3G/4G and WiMax
    networks, while USD 25 Billion required to set up
    an extra 200,000 - odd telecom towers across the
    country.
  • The total investment in the pan-India broadband
    rollout expected to be USD20 Billion while
    another USD 20 Billion will be invested in
    augmenting the transmission network.

16
Electronics in Other Sectors
  • Automotive Electronics - Develop Centre of
    Excellence (CoE) for MCUs, MEMS and other
    advanced electronic devices to consolidate
    Indias position as one of the global auto hubs
  • Avionics Facilitate development of RD and
    outsourcing of engineering design and related
    software in the country
  • LED Encourage the use of LED lighting solutions
    especially in rural markets through innovative
    products
  • Industrial Electronics - Develop a CoE for
    innovation with focus on affordable standardized
    products for segments such as textiles, food
    processing, steel etc.
  • Medical Electronics Consolidate design and
    development of affordable medical electronics
    industry. Develop downstream manufacturing
    through sector specific cluster.
  • Solar Photovoltaic Build manufacturing capacity
    to support the generation of 20 GW of solar power
    by 2020
  • Information and Broadcasting Create an
    eco-system for manufacture of set-top boxes and
    other broadcast equipment in the country

17
Opportunities for Collaboration
  • Investments in potential ESDM opportunities in
    India including technology transfer
  • Participation in Centers of Excellence in
  • Automotive electronics
  • Medical electronics
  • Industrial electronics
  • Others
  • Joint RD and innovation to develop products for
    India market
  • Opportunity for Venture Capital Funding
  • Adoption of best practices in e-waste management

18
Buy Bu Buy
American Broadband Policy
  • The American Recovery and Re-investment Act, 2009
    includes a Buy America Provisions requiring
    that all iron, steel and manufactured goods used
    in public works projects financed under the Bill
    should be made in the US. It is reasonable to
    believe that apart from iron and steel products,
    lack of access to stimulus funded project had
    adversely impacted other manufactured products as
    well.
  • National Telecommunications and Information
    Administration (NTIA) is distributing 4.7
    billion of the 7.2 billion earmarked for
    broadband deployments in un served and
    underserved areas
  • It provides BUY American condition for optic
    cables, coaxial cables, cell towers and other
    facilities that are in abundance in the United
    States
  • It granted a limited waiver for switching,
    access, transport, routing, customer premise and
    billing equipment as well as end user devices
  • The Rural Utilities Service (RUS) program in the
    U.S. Department of Agriculture, is in charge
    of giving out 2.5 billion of the stimulus money.
  • Congress said funds provided under the law passed
    in February generally can't be used for iron,
    steel and factory goods not produced in the U.S.
  • Ohio order to curb off shoring (Aug 2010)

19
Thank You
President_cmai_at_cmai.asia 91 98 111 29879 NK
Goyal
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