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The India economy has experienced robust growth over the last ten years and is expected to continue its growth momentum, reaching approximately US$ 3.34 trillion by 2017 with a CAGR of 11.4% over the next five years. As compared to China and Brazil the meager contribution of approximately 16% by top 20 cities of India in the national GDP indicates huge potential for growth in Indian metros thereby making India an ideal destination for foreign investment.

Lucintel, a leading global management consulting and market research firm, has analyzed investment opportunities in India and presents its findings in “Investment Opportunities in India 2012-2017: Country and City Analysis.”

Strong domestic demand is key driver of the Indian economy. India is the second largest populous country in world after China which is acting as an elixir for the economic development of the county. Strong work force and huge natural resources drives the economy.  Lucintel’s research indicates that the service sector of India is the major contributor to GDP and the key driver for growth of economy. Industries in service sector such as IT, telecom, and retail are the key drivers for growth of economy.

The report indicates that although high inflation rate and higher unemployment rate are a major challenge for Indian economy but the burgeoning middle call in the Indian metropolitan cities is likely to drive the Indian economy to greater heights.

The report which provides an in depth analysis of economy of India also details the in depth analysis of the macro economy of the India, top industry analysis and top metro economic analysis of the country. This report gives the insightful analysis of the top 10 and emerging 10 city of the India. The report also details investment climate; regulatory framework; infrastructure development, Indian industry incentives and financial availability and more. This report helps the investor to choose the right destination for investment inside the country.

This unique report from Lucintel will provide you with valuable information, insights and tools needed to identify new growth opportunities and operate your business successfully in this market. This report will save hundreds of hours of your own personal research time and will significantly benefit you in expanding your business in this market. In today’s stringent economy, you need every advantage that you can find.


To make business, investment, and strategic decisions, you need timely, useful information. This market report fulfills this core need and is an indispensable reference guide for multinational materials suppliers, product manufacturers, investors, executives, distributors, and many more that operate in this market.

Some of the features of this report:

  • Trend and forecast for key macroeconomic variables that are useful to make major investment decision.
  • Analyses of market size, drivers and challenges in key industries such as automobile, IT, retail, telecommunication, etc.
  • In-depth insights about the legal environment, natural resource and status of infrastructure in the country.
  • Benchmarking of top cities in various parameters to identify best cities for business expansion
  • More than 44 figures/charts and 71 tables are provided in this roughly 170- page report.
Benefits of a Lucintel Report:
  • Lucintel’s core competency is in market research and management consulting. In the last 14 years, Lucintel has worked on hundreds of market research studies. Lucintel’s reports offer the following benefits:
  • Fine tune your business expansion planning with understanding of domestic demand analysis and demographics structure analysis.
  • Explore business opportunities with the analysis of key industries, potential sectors and by understanding drivers and challenges of each industry.
  • Know the business environment of the country using analysis of investment climate and risk assessment.
  • Identify best cities to invest by knowing benchmarking of top cities on different parameters.
1. Executive Summary  
 
2. Background and Macroeconomic Environment of India  
 2.1. Geographic, Political, and Demographic Overview  
 2.2. Macroeconomic Overview  
 2.2.1. Real Economy  
 2.2.2. External Economy  
 
3. Overview of Key Industries  
 3.1. Manufacturing Sector  
 3.1.1. Automotive Industry  
 3.2. Service Sector  
 3.2.1. Information Technology (IT) Sector  
 3.2.2. Construction Sector  
 3.2.3. Retail Sector  
 3.2.4. Telecommunication Sector  
 3.3. Energy Industry  
 3.3.1. Power  
 3.3.2. Coal  
 3.3.3. Oil  
 3.4. Emerging Markets  

 4. Investment Climate  
 4.1. Regulatory Framework  
 4.1.1. Regulatory Policies  
 4.1.2. Trade Policies  
 4.1.3. Fiscal and Monetary Policies  
 4.2. Infrastructure Development  
 4.2.1. Transportation and Logistics  
 4.2.2. Internet and Broadband  
 4.3. Indian Industry Incentives and Financial Availability  
 4.4. Resources  
 4.4.1. Human Resources  
 4.4.2. Natural Resources  

 5. Attractiveness and Benchmarking of Top 20 Cities  
 5.1. Demographic Overview  
 5.2. Economic Overview  
 5.3. Infrastructure  
 5.4. Corporate and Financial Model  
 5.5. City Benchmarking  

 6. Risk Assessment  
 6.1. Internal and External Debt  
 6.2. Fiscal Revenue and Current Account Deficit

List of Figures  
List of Tables  
Abbreviations  
Disclaimer  
Copyright  
About Us

List of Figures

CHAPTER 2. Background and Macroeconomic Environment of India
Figure 2.1: India’s working age population
Figure 2.2: Top ten economies of world
Figure 2.3: India’s current global position
Figure 2.4: Trend of real GDP growth rate at different crisis period
Figure 2.5: Trend of GNI and per capita GNI
Figure 2.6: Trend of GDP at current price
Figure 2.7: Trend of growth of GDP and IIP
Figure 2.8: Trend of sectoral growth volatility
Figure 2.9: Quarterly trend of inflation and interest rate
Figure 2.10: Trend of savings and investments as percentage of GDP
Figure 2.11: Trend of consumption expenditure as percentage of GDP
Figure 2.12: Trend of international capital inflows
Figure 2.13: Trend of foreign exchange reserves and exchange rate
Figure 2.14: Trend of India’s international trade
Figure 2.15: Trend of exports as percentage of GDP
Figure 2.16: Imports by commodity
Figure 2.17: Regional scenario of India’s imports
Figure 2.18: Top 5 trading partners for Imports of India
Figure 2.19: India’s exports by commodity
Figure 2.20: Regional scenario of India’s exports
Figure 2.21: Top 5 trading partners for exports of India

CHAPTER 3. Overview of Key Industries
Figure 3.1: GDP sectoral contribution
Figure 3.2: Share of different sectors to GDP
Figure 3.3: Drivers and challenges of Indian automotive industry
Figure 3.4: Segment wise share in automotive industry
Figure 3.5: Market share of four wheeler market
Figure 3.6: Trend of automotive domestic sales and GDP growth rate.
Figure 3.7: Trend of exports of auto sector
Figure 3.8: Trend of Indian automotive exports to world
Figure 3.9: Trend of vehicle sales per thousand people in India
Figure 3.10: Trend of vehicle sales per thousand people in USA
Figure 3.11: Trend of vehicle sales per thousand people in China
Figure 3.12: Drivers and challenges of Indian it industry
Figure 3.13: Trend of revenue of Indian IT sector
Figure 3.14: Trend of exports of Indian IT sector
Figure 3.15: Drivers and challenges of Indian construction sector.
Figure 3.16: Trend of construction sector’s share in GDP
Figure 3.17: Regional location of construction companies in India
Figure 3.18: Drivers and challenges of Indian retail sector
Figure 3.19: Segmentation of India retail sector
Figure 3.20: Drivers and challenges of Indian telecom sector
Figure 3.21: Trend of subscriber’s base of Indian telecom sector
Figure 3.22: Trend of subscriber’s base of China’s telecom sector
Figure 3.23: Market share of wireless operators
Figure 3.24: Market share of wireline/landline operators
Figure 3.25: Comparative trend of Indian telecom sector and GDP
Figure 3.26: Trend of electricity demand and supply
Figure 3.27: Trend of coal deficit in India
Figure 3.28: Trend of oil deficit in India

CHAPTER 4. Investment Climate
Figure 4.1: Trend of internet and broadband subscribers

CHAPTER 5. Attractiveness and Benchmarking of Top 20 Cities
Figure 5.1: Index of demographic & human resource model –top cities
Figure 5.2: Index of demographic & human resource model –emerging cities
Figure 5.3: Sectoral contribution of Delhi’s GDP
Figure 5.4: Sectoral contribution of Maharashtra’s GDP
Figure 5.5: Sectoral contribution of Tamil Nadu’s GDP
Figure 5.6: Sectoral contribution of Karnataka’s GDP
Figure 5.7: Sectoral contribution of West Bengal’s GDP
Figure 5.8: Sectoral contribution of Andhra Pradesh’s GDP
Figure 5.9: Sectoral contribution of Rajasthan’s GDP
Figure 5.10: Sectoral contribution of Punjab’s GDP
Figure 5.11: Sectoral contribution of Uttar Pradesh’s GDP
Figure 5.12: Sectoral contribution of Madhya Pradesh’s GDP
Figure 5.13: Index of economic model- top cities
Figure 5.14: Index of economic model- emerging cities
Figure 5.15: Index for infrastructure – top cities
Figure 5.16: Index for infrastructure – emerging cities
Figure 5.17: Investment attractiveness matrix

CHAPTER 6: Risk Assessment
Figure 6.1: Trend of debt position of India
Figure 6.2: Trend of fiscal and revenue deficit as percentage of GDP
Figure 6.3: Trend of current account balance as percentage of GDP
Figure 6.4: Trend of balance of payment of India


List of Tables
CHAPTER 2. Background and Macroeconomic Environment of India
Table 2.1: Geographical profile of India
Table 2.2: FDI inflows by country

CHAPTER 3. Overview of Key Industries
Table 3.1: Market size of key players of Indian retail sector

CHAPTER 4. Investment Climate
Table 4.1: Income tax slab for assessment year 2011-2012

CHAPTER 5. Attractiveness and Benchmarking of Top 20 Cities
Table 5.1: Demographic overview – top and emerging cities
Table 5.2: Delhi – demographic facts and figures
Table 5.3: Maharashtra – demographic facts and figures
Table 5.4: Tamil Nadu – demographic facts and figures
Table 5.5: Karnataka – demographic facts and figures
Table 5.6: West Bengal – demographic facts and figures
Table 5.7: Andhra Pradesh – demographic facts and figures
Table 5.8: Gujarat – demographic facts and figures
Table 5.9: Rajasthan – demographic facts and figures
Table 5.10: Punjab – demographic facts and figures
Table 5.11: Uttar Pradesh – demographic facts and figures
Table 5.12: Madhya Pradesh – demographic facts and figures
Table 5.13: Delhi – economic facts and figures
Table 5.14: Maharashtra – economic facts and figures
Table 5.15: Tamil Nadu – economic facts and figures
Table 5.16: Karnataka – economic facts and figures
Table 5.17: West Bengal – economic facts and figures
Table 5.18: Andhra Pradesh – Economic Facts and Figures
Table 5.19: Gujarat – economic facts and figures
Table 5.20: Rajasthan – economic facts and figures
Table 5.21: Punjab – economic facts and figures
Table 5.22: Uttar Pradesh – economic facts and figures
Table 5.23: Madhya Pradesh – economic facts and figures
Table 5.24: Delhi – corporate facts and figures
Table 5.25: Mumbai - corporate facts and figures
Table 5.26: Pune - corporate facts and figures
Table 5.27: Nagpur - corporate facts and figures
Table 5.28: Nashik - corporate facts and figures
Table 5.29: Chennai - corporate facts and figures
Table 5.30: Bangalore - corporate facts and figures
Table 5.31: Ahmadabad - corporate facts and figures
Table 5.32: Surat - corporate facts and figures
Table 5.33: Vadodara - corporate facts and figures
Table 5.34: Jaipur - corporate facts and figures
Table 5.35: Chandigarh - corporate facts and figures
Table 5.36: Ludhiana - corporate facts and figures
Table 5.37: Lucknow - corporate facts and figures
Table 5.38: Kanpur - corporate facts and figures
Table 5.39: Indore - corporate facts and figures
Table 5.40: Bhopal - corporate facts and figures

 
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Lucintel has been closely tracking and conducting research on and for the composites and other segments since 1998. This research project was designed for the purposes of determining the investment opportunities in India. To determine the industries and Metro which are having sufficient opportunities.  In order to ensure fairness with our analysis, we compared several factors in order to align the current performance and, more importantly, the future prospects.
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This study is a culmination of 7 months of full-time effort performed by Lucintel's analyst team. Our analysts used the following sources for the creation and completion of this valuable report:
  • Regression analysis of GDP of Indian economy and major Industries.
  • In-depth secondary research from financial statements and annual reports of the India Reserve bank of India
  • Extensive search of current published literature, market and database information including industry news, company press releases, and customer intentions.
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