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EY India Attractiveness Survey 2015 – Top Reasons to Invest to Invest in India

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Investors see India speeding up pace towards becoming world's top destinations for manufacturing. Check out this detailed infographic on what’s activating growth in India.

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EY India Attractiveness Survey 2015 – Top Reasons to Invest to Invest in India

  1. 1. EY's 2015 India attractiveness survey Ready, set, grow India at the top Manufacturing leads investment plans Rank the three most attractive markets for investment in the next three years (three possible answers) Number one FDI destination Source: fDi Markets, May and September 2015. 680 projects US$25b 145,000 total jobs created by FDI 2014 37% rise in FDI projects 32% rise in FDI investment 39% additional jobs +135% FDI capital US$91m highest ever FDI capital per project +221% FDI capital increase in manufacturing Highlights of 1H15 Investors highlight improvements India in 2020: a promising outlook ©2015EYGMLimited.AllRightsReserved.EYGno.AU3557.EDNone. Learn more Find out what’s activating growth in India Download EY’s 2015 India attractiveness survey at ey.com/emergingmarkets @EY_EmergingMkts @EY_India | #IndiaAttract Please rate the following parameters for investment in India as very, fairly, little or notIndia has emerged as the number one Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) destination in the world during the 1H15, with FDI capital inflows of US$30.8b. at all attractive. (Percentage of respondents who rated the parameter as “very attractive” or “fairly significant”) What is the nature of the business activity you are planning in India? (Open-ended question — multiple responses) Source: EY's 2015 India attractiveness survey (total respondents: 265 with overseas expansion plans, who are considering entering or increasing existing operations in India over the next year). Manufacturing Services Sales and marketing FDI capital (share) Source: fDi Markets, May 2015. 20132014 36.8 45.5 15.1 2.6 37.1 37.0 23.1 2.8 Services Manufacturing Retail Strategic 21% 42%62% Labor costs 86% 82% Domestic market 81% 82% Labor skills 76% 78% 76% 70% Stable political and social environment 74% 59% Research and development 72% 69% FDI policy 68% 60% Ease of doing business 67% 57% Manufacturing has regained its share for 2014, amounting to approximately 46% of FDI capital flows. Source: EY's 2015 India attractiveness survey (respondents: 250, asked to half of the sample); EY's 2014 India attractiveness survey (total respondents: 502). 20142015 Among the top three growing economies in the world Among the world’s leading three destinations for manufacturing A regional and global hub for operations 29% 37% 24% 35% 9% 21% Investors see India speeding up pace toward becoming one world's top destinations for manufacturing, as well as a regional hub for operations. How do you see India in 2020? 2% 1% 6% 9% 9% 10% 11% 12% 17% 18% 21% 27% 38% 47% 60% Can't say Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) Russia Japan Sub-Saharan Africa Central Eastern Europe Northern Africa Western Europe Middle East Latin America North America Brazil Southeast Asia China India 32% 15% 12% 5% 10% 3% 4% 4% 3% 3% 3% 3% 1% First mention Total mentions Source: EY's 2015 India attractiveness survey (total respondents 505). What impact do you think the following recent reforms by the Indian Government will have in attracting FDI? (Percentage of respondents who rated the reforms as “very significant” or “somewhat significant”) Investment and administrative reforms Tax-related reforms Investment in infrastructure projects and 100 Smart Cities 89% 83% 75% 71% 83% 81% Schemes on financial inclusion and Digital India Legislation for land acquisition Reforms to permit FDI in insurance and defense Corporate tax rate reduction from 30% to 25% in next four years Implementation of Goods and Service Tax (GST) by 2016 Favorable tax regime for real estate investment trusts and alternate investment funds 78% Reduction in tax for royalty and fees for technical services (FTS) 77% Deferment of General Anti-Avoidance Rules 65% Reforms expected to drive growth A number of recent government reforms are well received by investors, who expect them to increase India’s FDI attractiveness significantly. Source: EY's 2015 India attractiveness survey (total respondents 505). Priorities for action In your opinion, what should be the three priority measures for improving India’s investment climate? Improve infrastructure 66% Enhance ease of doing business and transparency 47% Streamline taxation 44% Simplify labor laws 31% Implement economic reforms 31% 2015 2014 Improvements in 2015 Source: EY's 2015 India attractiveness survey (total respondents 505); EY's 2014 India attractiveness survey (total respondents 502).Source: EY's 2015 India attractiveness survey (total respondents: 505). Total 55% awareness 71% awareness among established respondents 69% among those who are aware of the program are likely to invest in manufacturing in the next five years Within six months of its announcement, 55% of our survey’s respondents were aware of the Make in India program. However, there is a need to create visibility for the program among non-established players, as only 10% of those without a presence in India were aware of it. Make in India program: positive for manufacturing Note: The question on awareness of the Make in India program was asked to respondents from manufacturing-related sectors, with overseas expansion plans. Source: EY’s 2015 India attractiveness survey (total respondents: 234, established in India: 173.) FDI investment Macroeconomic stability

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