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Presented by Commissioner Solomons
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Õ second fastest growing
economy in the World

Õ P growth rate for 2010


expected to exceed 8 per cent
after just over 7 per cent in 2009

Õ inimal dependence on exports


for economic growth

Õ 1.2 billion people - 25 years


average age

Õ aking India the12th largest


economy
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Õ overnment restructuring and
trade liberalisation

Õ ast growing middle class (est.


300 million)

Õ ess dependent on product


exports than China

Õ Well established services


industry

Õ verage age 25 and will


continue to decline to 21
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erchandise Exports:
Õ India is Queensland¶s third largest merchandise export
destination
Õ Queensland¶s merchandise exports to India were valued at
5156.5 representing 12 per cent of Queensland¶s total
merchandise exports
Õ Queensland¶s major merchandise exports to
India in 2009-10p were:
Õ Coal, coke and briquettes
Õ etalliferous ores and metal scrap
Õ egetables and fruit
Õ ertilisers (excl. crude)
Õ extile fibres and their wastes
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Service Exports:
Õ In the six months ending June 2010, 14 174 Indian
students enrolled to study in Queensland, our second
largest segment of the market
Õ In 2009 Queensland received 27 000 Indian visitors,
representing 1.4 per cent of our total international
visitors for the year
Õ In 2009 services exports from ustralia to India
were valued at 3701, an increase of
687, or 22.8 per cent, from 2008 and
representing ustralia¶s fourth largest services
market
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Õ India Infrastructure 2010K11:
K uilding and Construction (esp. µ reen
uilding¶)
K ining Equipment echnology and Services

Õ Emerging Industries 2010K11:


K Environmental K clean technology
K ealthcare
K ood/beverage

Õ Education K focus on E


Õ Investment K ining, IC
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Õ Premier¶s mission October 2010 K ew elhi
Õ risbane & Ipswich ayoral ission October 2010 K
yderabad
Õ reen uilding/Construction October 2010 K yderabad &
Chennai
Õ IE ovember 2010 K olkata
Õ Education ission ov 2010 K elhi, angalore
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Õ ov¶t of India with current five year
plan 2007K12 working on power,
construction of ports, airports, roads
and railway K during current C
ov't brought forward many
infrastructure plans
Õ Estimated investment into
infrastructure and resources to exceed
US 500 billion
Õ I into township, housing, hotel and
tourism, construction and
development projects permitted
subject to satisfying development and
investment conditions
    
  
  
Õ Currently India has the second largest
urban system in the world
Õ Share of urban population expected to
increase to 40 per cent by 2021
Õ uge pressure on ier 1 cities (e.g.
umbai est. 22 million people)
Õ ajor new growth in ier 2, 3 cities
Õ Current shortage of almost 25 million
housing units and 50 000 hotel rooms
Õ ax oliday benefits available for
development of infrastructure facilities
such as SEZ, Industrial Parks, roads,
railways, airports, ports, etc
    
  


   
Õ otal market potential for green building material
and equipment is estimated to be US4 by
2012 (excl. steel, cement)
Õ Specific opportunities:
K Prefabricated building components
K Waste and water management
K Competitive structural design and city
planning,
K reen buildings products and technologies
which are energy efficient and environment-
friendly
reen uilding
711 registered buildings
440.91 million sqft reen building footprint
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ÕIndia is experiencing strong growth in the mining of coal, iron
ore and bauxite to service India¶s production of steel and
aluminium
ÕIndia has large coal reserves estimated at 253 billion tonnes,
(96 billion tonnes proven reserves)
Õs per the Investment Commission of India, US10-15-billion
investment opportunity over the next five years
to:
- Explore and develop new coal mines
- anufacture and sell state-of-the-art
mining equipment and technology
- Create related infrastructure for efficient
distribution of mined coal
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Õ ining technology and services for exploration,
software and systems, safety, environment,
communications, training
Õ ining equipment, mine planning software
Õ Improved blasting technologies
Õ ue to the demand-supply gap for base metals in particular,
there is good scope for exploration and development of these
deposits
Õ illing of mine voids and possible utilisation of fly ash for mine
stowing
Õ Clean Coal echnology for washing coking and non-coking
coal
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Õ ccording to cinsey¶s 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
Õ lthough access to drinking water has
improved, the World ank estimates that
21 per cent of communicable diseases in
India are related to unsafe water
Õ Only about 1/4th of domestic wastewater
and about 1/2 of industrial wastewater is
treated in India
Õ rowing popularity and acceptance of Solar, Wind and biomass
energy
Õ India¶s current renewable energy capacity is 14.2 W. Ernst &
Young estimates that the India¶s gross renewable energy potential
up to 2032 is 220 W.
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Õ he 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
Õ Policy move by the Indian Central overnment 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-sectors
of clean technology
- Rainwater harvesting
- Wastewater treatment
- Wastewater management
- Energy efficiency consulting
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Õ he ealthcare industry is one of India¶s largest sectors


Õ Projected to grow 23 per cent per annum to touch US77 by
2012 from the current estimated size of US35
Õ he private sector accounts for more than 80 per cent of total
healthcare spending in India
Õ 50 per cent of the market¶s demand for medical equipment
can only be met through imports
Õ Opportunities in the following sub-sectors of
the healthcare industry in India:
- pharmaceutical
- ealthcare Infrastructure
- edical tools and equipment
- Education and training
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Õ he Indian food market is estimated at over US182 , and
accounts for about two thirds of the total Indian retail market.
Õ cinsey & Co, the retail food sector in India is likely to grow
from around US70 in 2008 to US150 by 2025, accounting
for a large chunk of the world food
industry, which would grow to US400
from US175 by 2025
Õ he following sub-sectors in Queensland have the
capability to export into the Indian food, beverage
and agribusiness industry:
- gricultural technology and research :
hybridisation, fertiliser, pesticide technology
- gricultural equipment, machinery and tools
- Edible oils
- everages: alcoholic and non-alcoholic
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igher Education System in India
Õ 480 Unis, 22 000 colleges K need to be ramped up to
1500 and 45 000 by 2011
Õ (10+2+3) pattern
Õ IIs, IIs
echnical and ocational Education System in
India
Õ E in India is handled by 17 ministries
Õ E System in India has the capability to train only 3 million
youth as against the requirement to train 13 million youth
annually K
500 million youth by 2022
Õ 7000 public and private providers (IIs/ICs/Polytechnics)
Õ Upgradation of 1600 IIs on the anvil

  
Õ oreign Education Institutions ill
Õ odular Employable Skills Programme announced by the
ovt. of India for school dropouts and untrained labour
Õ ational Skill evelopment Corporation, under PPP, holds
funds for projects related to skill up-gradation
Õ World ank has provided a grant of US280 for
ocational raining in India
Õ Second tier cities: the avasa and I&S models
and the transition of the rural masses to avasa type
developments
Õ igitised Content/Satellite Education K Everonn, CORE
Projects and echnologies
Õ rade and Investment Queensland K risbane team
K Yasmahne anel, amanna onem, Shveta ijesh,
Wendy Elmer, ael O¶Sullivan

Õ rade and Investment Queensland K India team


K Rod Solomons, Sudeep ambiar, Sudhir asavaraju,
Jasmine Sahota, Preeti ¶Roza, Pallab hosh, ema
ovindaraj