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  • 1.Special Investment RegionsiNDEXTb

2. 4% 2% 2009200820072006200520040%Year Second most favoured destination for FDI FDI inflow grew an average of 9% during global economic slowdown US$ 19 billion (Rs. 85,500 crore) FDI inflow between April November 2009 Top FDI Destinations of the World Rank 1 2 3 4 5Special Investment RegionsCountries China India United States Russian Federation Brazil Trillion dollar economy Worlds 12th largest economy 53% of GDP from service sector 29% of GDP from Industry Average growth of 7% during global economic slowdown Source: Economic Survey of IndiaManufacturing Sectors attracting highest FDI (20002009)6%Strong Economy8%FDI Destination10%Real GDP Growth Rate1,400 1,200 1,000 800 600 400 200 2003Real GDP US$ BillionIndia The Favoured Investment DestinationComputer Software and Hardware Telecommunication Real Estate Construction Pharmaceuticals and ChemicalsIndia ranks at the top on the availability of skilled man power, access to local and international market, and strong market fundamentals Source: DIPP; WIPPS 08-10, World Competitiveness 3. GUJARAT - the preferred investment destination Gujarat offers investors the right mix of industrial potential, stablepolitical environment, a culture of openness and respect, a hard working and knowledgeable workforce, excellent infrastructure, and a government that warmly and openly encourages overseas investments in a wide array of opportunities. 4. Excellent infrastructure and connectivity, highlighted by excellent trade and transportation networks, power sufficiency, port-led economic development and an integrated state-wide gas grid network. Strategic location providing access to major international and domestic marketsStrong and diversified economy with robust growth trends in all three sectors primary, secondary and tertiaryA large pool of qualified, cost effective and motivated labour force backed by world class educational institutionsThe land of entrepreneurs, spread across the globe An investor friendly government offering good governance and political stability, taking a lead through various initiatives, with historically cordial labour relations and a government keen on delivering promises Home to most ambitious projects of India Largest refinery in the world, home to worlds cheapest car, First LNG terminal, largest private port, 38% of DMIC and the journey has just begunLeading investment destination with highly competitive investment climate, reflecting investor commitment across sectors from more than X number of countriesQuality land banks available 5. Land bank availability - Phased development in GujaratPhase 2 257 Industrial estates Phase 1 83 product clusters Special Investment RegionsPhase 4 - Large scale developments Special investment regions Phase 3 - SEZ Industrial Areas Multi product Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Single product GIDC Estate Multi Service (IT/ITES) Petroleum, chemical and petrochemical investment regions Knowledge corridor Logistics parks Theme towns 6. Special Investment Region (SIR) Regulatory Framework First state to have passed SIR ordinance.13 SIRs have been proposed in the state.Each investment region is of more than 100 sq km area.GIDB the Apex Authority to regulate and approve projects of Regional Development AuthoritySIR ordinance empowers state to set up various project development authoritiesApex AuthorityRegional Development AuthorityProject Development AuthoritySingle window clearance for projects. The present is just the tip of the icebergSpecial Investment RegionsProject Specific SPV 7. SEZ Act and Gujarat SEZ Policy SEZ incentives Income Tax Incentives 10 year corporate tax holiday on export profit 100% for initial 5 years and 50% for the next 5 years Other Benefits Exemption of electricity duty 10 Years* Duty free procurement of capital goods (including second hand capital goods), raw materials and consumable spares from domestic market Facility to realize and repatriate export proceeds within 12 months Facility to retain 100% foreign exchange receipts in the export earners foreign currency account For Developers of SEZs Income Tax Incentives 100% tax holiday for a period of any 10 consecutive years out of 15 years beginning from the year in which the SEZ is notified Exempt from dividend distribution tax Tax exempt on Interest of long term finance Long-term capital gains arising on transfer of shares in developer company tax exempt No minimum alternate tax (MAT) Other Benefits Full freedom in allocation of developed plots to approved SEZ units on purely commercial basis Common Incentives Indirect Tax Incentives Nil customs duty Nil excise duty Exemption from central sales tax Exemption from service tax Exemption from securities transaction tax Exemption from tax on sale of electricity for self generated and purchased powerSpecial Investment RegionsSource: Industries Commissionerate / iNDEXTb, Government of Gujarat, 2007 , * Section 15 Sub Section II of GoG SEZ Act 04 8. Gujarat: Industrial PolicyIndustrial Policy 2009Thrust sectorsIncentivesHR/LabourBusiness environmentInfrastructureSpecific sectors identified across manufacturing services and infrastructureSector specific Subsidy on electricity duty Up-gradation of industrial estates Dedicated land bank for industry being createdLabour law flexibility Industryacademia collaboration Support for development of specialized institutesSingle window clearance Marketing support Grievance redressal Information centersFocus on urban, physical, social and industrial infrastructureSpecial Investment Regions 9. Special Investment Regions planned in Gujarat Aliyabet AnjarSANTALPUR Changodhar DholeraANJAR SANAND HaziraHALOL SAVLI NAVLAKHI Navlakhi OkhaCHANGODAR PCPIROKHADHOLERAHAZIRA ALIA BET Santalpur PIPAVAV PCPIRSIMAR Pipavav Sanand Simar Halol -Savli Special Investment RegionsIndicative map of SIRs in Gujarat, not to scale 10. Special Investment RegionALIYABET 11. Location Profile Peninsula in Wagra Taluka of Bharuch District at the confluence of river Narmada and the Arabian Sea in Gulf of Khambhat Site is flanked by Petroleum, Chemical & Petrochemical Investment Region (PCPIR) on the northern side, Gulf of Khambhat to the West, marshy land and few villages of Hansot taluka towards south and eastern side Aliyabet is accessible by land from adjacent Hansot town situated on its eastern side Total size of the Aliyabet : 16,858 hectare The site falls under the jurisdiction of gram panchayat of Kaladra village located on the northern side of Aliyabet.Special Investment RegionsAliya Bet 12. Connectivity Road: Connected by road via Ankleshwar and Hansot. SH6 at Hansot is around 16 km from Aliyabet it connects to NH8 in a loop linking Surat, Mumbai to the south and Ahmedabad, New Delhi towards the north. Connectivity up to NH8 is proposed to be augmented to a 4-lane road New internal two lane roads (20.41 km) are proposed to connect the proposed broad internal zones to the main spine. Rail: Nearest railway station is at Ankleshwar Airport: Nearest airport is at Vadodara. Independent airstrip is proposed for Aliyabet Government had sanctioned development of an airport at Ankleshwar in Bharuch district in 1994. This proposed airport could also have provision for helipads that will connect Ankleshwar to Aliyabet by air. Special Investment Regions 13. Proposed Development Entertainment spaces like Business tourism including Amusement zone, Film city, Resorts and golf courses along with aqua park, Marine engineering industries,andallied Off shore casinos on cruise ships, Convention centres as part of Golf centric development, Ropeways Sky taxis Boat rides Eco tourism (botanical garden, bird sanctuary) Forest zone. Exclusive leisure resorts Water sports and recreational facilities Units proposed to be set up will not generate any process effluents. Special Investment RegionsProposed Investment Proposed EmploymentRs 5,294 crore 33,050 14. Proposed Development Area statement of the proposed zones Sl. No.ZoneArea (ha)Percentage Of Total Area1ECO ZONE8.45.152FILM CITY ZONE8.35.083AMUSEMENT ZONE11.97.294RESORT/GOLF COURSE ZONE7.654.69TOTAL (ENTERTAINMENT ZONE)36.2522.215DEEP FREEZE/PACKAGING ZONE8.655.306AQUA CULTURE PONDS45.6827.987AQUARIUM ZONE7.914.85TOTAL (AQUACULTURE ZONE)62.2438.138SHIP BUILDING YARDS11.787.229ALLIED MARINE INDUSTRIES6.433.94TOTAL (MARINE ENGINEERING ZONE)18.2111.16TOTAL (FOREST ZONE)46.5428.50163.24100.0TOTALSpecial Investment Regions 15. Proposed Development Map of the proposed zones Zone ECO ZONE FILM CITY ZONE AMUSEMENT ZONE RESORT/GOLF ZONE DEEP ZONECOURSEFREEZE/PACKAGINGAQUA CULTURE PONDS AQUARIUM ZONE SHIP BUILDING YARDS ALLIED MARINE INDUSTRIES TOTAL (FOREST ZONE) Special Investment Regions 16. Proposed Development Entertainment Zone Located at the most accessible and well connected part of Aliyabet, eastern side of the existing road Away from ecologically sensitive regions Primarily aimed at tourism development Zone would attract foreign tourists, high end business tourists, as well as weekend tourists from the region Subzones include Film City Zone Amusement Zone Resorts and Golf Course Zone Eco zoneAquaculture Zone Proposed on the western side of theexisting road Expected to create local employment Optimum utilization of available wastelands Subzones include Aquaculture ponds Deep freeze and packaging zone Aquarium zone Special Investment RegionsMarine Engineering Zone 5,000mof waterfront, located near the Narmada river required for ship building activities Subzones include Ship building yards Allied marine industriesGujarat has some of the largest shipbuilding yards of India Large scale developments in the DMIC corridor would boost import export through sea route necessitating the development of new shipyards 17. Proposed Development Offshore Casinos on cruise ships Potential for attracting high-end tourist