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Punjab - Africa 
Trade Conference - 2014
Indian – Africa Trade to be $100 billion (Rs 6,00,000 Cr)in 
2015 
We all know, India – Africa trade, which was barely 
a...
Indian – Africa Trade 
• India's economic diplomacy towards Africa took a new direction when the "Focus Africa” 
program w...
Punjab 
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Our presence in World 
India
Some Facts about Punjab (at a Glance) 
 Area 50362 Sq. Km. 
 District 22 
 Capital Chandigarh 
 No. Of Towns 143 
 Po...
About Punjab 
 The state has emerged as a key hub for textile-based industries, including yarn, readymade garments 
and h...
Economic GSDP & NSDP 
o Punjab’s gross state domestic product (GSDP) was US$ 
54.1 billion at current prices in 2012-13. 
...
Economic Snapshot Export Trend 
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Punjab’s exports (US$ billion) 
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Commodity Wise Export Performance from Punjab Industries 
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16% 
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6% 
2% 
1% 
1% 0% ...
About Ludhiana 
• Ludhiana - "Manchester of East" is ranked as the best place to do 
business in India according to a Worl...
Chamber Of Industrial & Commercial Undertakings 
 Established in the year 1968. 
 Registered body under the Trade Unions...
Chamber Of Industrial & Commercial Undertakings 
 World level recognition being members of the Leading World Chamber's 
...
CICU –National Activities 
• Interactive discussions / seminars / workshops / training programs on important issues conduc...
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CICU – Globalization Approach 
 Interaction with foreign delegation from various countries on 
doing business. 
 Del...
Affiliated Associations with CICU 
All India Cycle Trade Travelers Association 
Auto Parts Mfgs. Association (India) 
B...
Along with initiatives from the private sector, has had a positive impact on exports from India to Africa. Between 
2005 a...
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Indian – Africa Trade 
Africa Import Punjab Exports
Product 2001 Share in TTE (%) 2011 Share in TTE 
(%) 
High Technology (pharmaceuticals, office machinery, electronics and ...
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India's exports to Africa, by Categories 
Top Categories Indian export to Africa countries (in ‘000 US$) CAGR (%) Prod...
 The total market size of the Indian auto 
components industry is estimated at over $ 14.1 
bn. 
 The sector comprises 5...
 Mechanical engineering industry in India is showing rapid 
advancements in every sphere of the economy with Indian 
comp...
India – African countries – Export – Import trends 
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15.83 
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132.78 
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India – African countries – Export – Import trends 
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34.49 
14.44 
18.64 21.2 
18.1 
31.01 
0.29 0.6 1.13 3.15 4.26 2.5...
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Some Glimpse of Punjab Industry
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Industries in PUNJAB 
Agriculture Implement & Machinery
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Industries in PUNJAB 
Hand Tools & Garden Tools , Electric Power Tools , Cutting 
Tools
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Industries in PUNJAB 
Machine Tools, Diesel Engines
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Industries in PUNJAB 
Energy , Boilers, Power Transmission, Telecommunication
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Industries in PUNJAB 
Sewing Machine & Parts , Measuring Instrument & Office 
Stationery
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Industries in PUNJAB 
E.T.O. Cranes & Pick & Move Cranes, Tyres
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Industries in PUNJAB 
Steel ,Heavy Sheet metal parts, Paints
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Industries in PUNJAB 
Woolen, Garments, Food Products
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Industries in PUNJAB 
Bicycle and Parts, Fasteners & Hardware Products
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Industries in PUNJAB 
Tractor Parts
Doing Business with Africa-Punjab Offers 
Export of Product to African Country Products &Projects 
Import of product/com...
Sharing Information regarding tender and Govt. Purchase 
Purchasing of Machines and equipment's for various aided projec...
CICU 
always look forward towards your Valuable Suggestions, 
Sincere Guidance & Support 
for the betterment of the Indust...
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THANK YOU
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Punjab Africa Trade Confrance 24-11-14

Export to Africa from India is increasing and expected to reach 100 US dollar Billion by 2015

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Punjab Africa Trade Confrance 24-11-14

  1. 1. 1 Punjab - Africa Trade Conference - 2014
  2. 2. Indian – Africa Trade to be $100 billion (Rs 6,00,000 Cr)in 2015 We all know, India – Africa trade, which was barely at US$ 5 billion a decade ago has reached to US$ 70 billion in 2012 and is being projected to reach US$ 100 billion by 2015.  India is currently 4th Largest trading partner of Africa and is the largest trade partner to Nigeria, Angola, South Africa and Egypt 2 2.4 23 54.5 3 39.8 121.5 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 2001 2005 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012F 2013F 2014F 2015F IN US$ BILLION Indian Export to Africa African Exports to India
  3. 3. Indian – Africa Trade • India's economic diplomacy towards Africa took a new direction when the "Focus Africa” program was launched along with the five year Foreign Trade Policy 2002-2007. • India and Africa’s partnership is has entered into a new era. Close political relationship being invigorated by flourishing trade and investment. • Africa and India trade has followed upward trend in trade and investment over last decade. Bi lateral trade has grown at a robust 31.8% annually between 2005 – 2011. • There has been surge in Indian private investment in Africa with “Big Ticket” investment in telecommunication, IT, energy and automobile sectors.
  4. 4. Punjab 4 Our presence in World India
  5. 5. Some Facts about Punjab (at a Glance)  Area 50362 Sq. Km.  District 22  Capital Chandigarh  No. Of Towns 143  Population 277.04 Lacs  Literacy 76.7%  Per Capita Consumption of Electricity 1102 KWH  Per Capita State Income 78594 INR  Large & Medium Industries 400  Small Scale Units (Registered) 2,43,000  Road Length in Punjab 67.26 (‘000KM)  Export In Million USD 3642.496 M USD (22580 INR Crores) 5 2012-13
  6. 6. About Punjab  The state has emerged as a key hub for textile-based industries, including yarn, readymade garments and hosiery. With the development of apparel parks, favorable textile policy and other incentives for the creation of textile infrastructure, the state offers tremendous opportunities for investment.  The state is ranked first in India in terms of the infrastructure facilities it offers. Punjab’s road, rail and air transport network, connectivity, construction of bridges and infrastructure facilities are amongst the best.  The average gross state domestic product (GSDP) growth rate for the state of Punjab was about 14.1 per cent between 2004–05 and 2012–13. The state provides investment opportunities in sectors such as textiles, agro-based industries, IT, automotive and auto components, sports goods and light engineering goods. 6
  7. 7. Economic GSDP & NSDP o Punjab’s gross state domestic product (GSDP) was US$ 54.1 billion at current prices in 2012-13. o The state’s GSDP increased at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 14.9* per cent between 2004- 05 and 2012-13. oPunjab’s net state domestic product (NSDP) at current prices was US$ 48.7 billion in 2012-13. oBetween 2004-05 and 2012-13, NSDP increased at a CAGR of 15.1* per cent. NSDP of Punjab at current price (In US$ Billion) 7 GSDP of Punjab at current price (In US$ Billion) 21.5 24.5 28.1 37.8 37.9 41.7 49.6 53.8 54.1 19.2 21.7 25 33.7 33.7 37.2 44.3 48.5 48.7 CAGR 14.9% CAGR 15.1%
  8. 8. Economic Snapshot Export Trend 2.7 Punjab’s exports (US$ billion) 3 3.3 3.8 4.4 5 4.5 4 3.5 3 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 0 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 8 o Total exports of industrial goods from Punjab were valued at US$4.4 billion in 2011-12 as compared to US$ 3.8 billion in 2010- 11. Exports during 2012-13 are further anticipated to be at US$ 4.4 billion. o In 2011-12, the state’s principal export items were yams and textiles, hosiery and readymade garments, rice, sports goods, bicycles and bicycle parts. o Ludhiana, Jalandhar and Patiala accounted for around 92 per cent of Punjab’s total exports of industrial goods in 2011-12 Principal Items Exports 2011-12 (US$ million) Yarn and Textile 1360.0 Hosiery and readymade garments 655.6 Rice 450.7 Sports goods 345.4 Bicycle and parts 267.6 Engineering goods 183.0 Electrical switch gears and electrical accessories 136.0 Auto parts 135.6 Food products 63.3 Machine tools/hand tools 48.3
  9. 9. Commodity Wise Export Performance from Punjab Industries 9 11% 16% 6% 1% 7% 22% 0% 2% 1% 0% 6% 2% 1% 1% 0% 5% 18% Rice Readymade Garments & Hosiery Cycle & Cycle Parts Food Products Sports Goods Yarn & Textile Handicrafts Carpets Leather Goods Hand Tools Machine Tools Auto Spares Diesel Engine Sewing Machine Electrical Accessories Drugs Others
  10. 10. About Ludhiana • Ludhiana - "Manchester of East" is ranked as the best place to do business in India according to a World Bank study, 2009. Many parts used in BMW and Mercedes are exclusively produced in Ludhiana. It also produces 60% of India’s tractor parts. • GDP - $4.4 billion (2009-10) • Per Capita Income - Rs. 78,171 • Growth Rate - 5.79% • Hero Cycles Limited entered the Guinness Books of World Records as the largest bicycle manufacturer in the world. • Investment proposals of Rs.55,000 crore were signed at "Progressive Punjab" investors summit in Dec 2013 10 Industry at a glance No. of Industrial areas (2011) 6 Micro and small enterprises • Registered units (2010) • Turnover (2011) • Employment (2011) 39,091 INR 24,428 crore (US$ 4.8 bn) 335,741 Large and medium enterprises • Registered units (2010) • Turnover (2011) • Employment (2011) 116 INR 8,634 crore (US$ 1.7bn) 79,832
  11. 11. Chamber Of Industrial & Commercial Undertakings  Established in the year 1968.  Registered body under the Trade Unions Act 1926.  A regional Organization, autonomous & controlled by its members.  Completely non-profit making organization  Managed by the executive committee nominated by the President who is elected by its members. 11 Auditorium  Covered Area 6000 Sq Feet  Seating Capacity of more than 700
  12. 12. Chamber Of Industrial & Commercial Undertakings  World level recognition being members of the Leading World Chamber's  About 1000 direct and 10000 indirect members representing various trade & industrial houses in Punjab & 28 different industrial associations are the strength of this apex organization.  CICU provides common point of contact & representative forum for exchange of views concerning industrial & business operations specially on matters of local & national importance  Its role is well recognized by the Central & State Governments of INDIA  It has representations on a large number of advisory & consultative committees set by State Government, where it has been instrumental in policy making. 12
  13. 13. CICU –National Activities • Interactive discussions / seminars / workshops / training programs on important issues conducive to growth & 13 development of Industrial sector. • Organizing B2B exhibitions for exposure of Industries • Interface between industry and institutes. • Enabling Skill Development/ Cluster Development. - Training at Skill development center • Expert Advice on sources and availability of credit, capital investment, financial appraisal of projects and cluster development • Providing Sound and correct advice / guidance: - Expert advice on: - Export promotion - State / Central Govt. Taxation and Excise Duty Policies. • Young Business Leaders (YBL) Forum • Calibration, Testing and Training Center
  14. 14. 14 CICU – Globalization Approach  Interaction with foreign delegation from various countries on doing business.  Delegation to foreign countries to promote export business.  Match making for Joint Ventures  Trade data exchange  Issuing certificate of origin in respect of exports.
  15. 15. Affiliated Associations with CICU All India Cycle Trade Travelers Association Auto Parts Mfgs. Association (India) Builders Hardware Mfgs. Association of Ldh. Fasteners Mfgs. Association of India Focal Point Indl. Sheds Association Federation of Dyeing Factories Association Focal Point Development Association Hargobindpura Indl.Welfare Association Janta Nagar Small Scale Mfgs. Association Knitwear Club Ludhiana Machine Tool Mfgs. Association Focal Point IndustriesWelfare Association Ludhiana Dyes & Chemical Dealers Association Ldh. Electroplating Materials Dealers Asson. (Regd.) Ludhiana Sewing Machine Inds. Asson. (Regd.) Oil Mill Machinery Mfgs. Association Punjab Forging Industries Association Punjab Scooter Parts Traders & Mfgs. Asson. Small Scale Inds. Association Small Industrial Association of Ludhiana Focal Point Entrepreneurs Association Mangli All India Steel Re -Rollers Association Sewing Machine Development Club Focal Point Phase-VIII Industrial Association 15
  16. 16. Along with initiatives from the private sector, has had a positive impact on exports from India to Africa. Between 2005 and 2011, Indian exports have grown annually at over 23%, even as Africa's share in India's total exports increased from 6.7% to 7.7%. 16 Indian exports to African regions (in US$ million) 2005 2008 2009 2010 2011 North Africa 1577 3286 3236 3901 4328 West Africa 1762 2898 2883 3567 5421 Central Africa 275 687 905 985 1168 East Africa 1657 5861 4177 5640 7889 Southern Africa 1450 2651 2093 3793 4540 African LDCs 1949 4620 4308 5023 7521 Africa 6721 15383 13294 17887 23346 North Africa, 4328, 14% West Africa, 5421, 18% Central Africa, 1168, 4% East Africa, 7889, 25% Southern Africa, 4540, 15% African LDCs, 7521, 24% India’s Exports to Africa by region
  17. 17. 17 Indian – Africa Trade Africa Import Punjab Exports
  18. 18. Product 2001 Share in TTE (%) 2011 Share in TTE (%) High Technology (pharmaceuticals, office machinery, electronics and communication equipment, aircrafts) 278 10.9 3153 13.8 Medium High Tech (chemicals, machinery and equipment, electrical machinery, automobiles) 616 24.1 5809 25.5 Medium Low Technology (refined petroleum products, rubber and plastic glass and ceramic basic metals) 499 19.5 8426 37.0 Low Technology (food products, textiles and apparel, leather and footwear, paper products) 1067 41.7 4894 21.5 Total Technology exports (TTE) 2460 96.1 22283 97.8 Agriculture and related products 84 3.3 462 2.0 Mining and quarrying, incl. Crude Oil 15 0.6 45 0.2 Total Exports 2560 100 22791 100 18 India's exports to Africa, by technology
  19. 19. 19 India's exports to Africa, by Categories Top Categories Indian export to Africa countries (in ‘000 US$) CAGR (%) Product specialization (%) Name 2005 2008 2011 2005-11 2011 Mineral Fuels 770 4457 5180 37.4 22.2 Vehicles 695 1246 2302 22.1 9.9 Pharmaceuticals 490 1184 1999 26.4 8.6 Electrical machinery 190 486 1614 42.8 6.9 Industrial machinery 526 1067 1383 17.5 5.9 Iron & Steel 371 713 885 15.6 3.8 Cotton 375 521 783 13.1 3.4 Articles of Iron & Steel 395 538 773 11.8 3.3 Plastic products 259 438 744 19.2 3.2 Cereals 583 191 633 1.4 2.7
  20. 20.  The total market size of the Indian auto components industry is estimated at over $ 14.1 bn.  The sector comprises 500 medium and large players, and also includes 5,000 units (Tier 2 & Tier 3) in the small scale sector.  The Indian prices are estimated broadly to be 10 to 25% less than the world market prices but are much higher when related to some specific items, where better material inputs and technology are involved. 20 3.8 4 3.4 5.2 12.3 29 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2015-16 2020-21 In Billion USD Auto Component Exports CAGR (2007-11) 11% CAGR (2011-21) 18.8% Auto Ancillary Industry (Africa)
  21. 21.  Mechanical engineering industry in India is showing rapid advancements in every sphere of the economy with Indian companies forging ahead in making of defense equipment's, aircrafts, sleekly designed cars, vehicles and various industrial devices.  India's engineering exports are likely to cross the USD 50 billion mark by the end of this fiscal on the back of increasing demand in markets like North America, Africa and Middle East countries.  India is a major exporter of light and heavy engineering goods and has a well-developed and diversified industrial machinery and capital base  Most of the Mechanical machinery is being produced in Punjab, and could be best option for export to African countries 21 174 198 213 289 419 524 670 819 1063 1064 1166 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 MILLION US$ India’s Mechanical Machinery Exports to Africa Mechanical Machinery
  22. 22. India – African countries – Export – Import trends 22 15.83 171.72 147.65 132.78 14.04 6.89 1.71 0 200 150 100 50 0 2003 2012 2013 2014 MILLION US$ ZIMBABWE – INDIA Export Import 159.93 220.52 0.99 0.24 250 200 150 100 50 0 2012 2013 MILLION US$ RWANDA – INDIA Export Import 36.99 41.7 64.21 55.49 28.94 14.93 40.13 30.31 80 60 40 20 0 2010 2011 2012 2013 Million US$ GAMBIA – INDIA Export Import 431.15 597.49 716.81 840.33 1231.76 444.12 12.36 16.98 18.73 16.47 16.06 9.92 1500 1000 500 0 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 (Jan – April-14) Million US$ UGANDA – INDIA Export Import Items of Trade Petroleum products, Cars Delivery trucks, Corn Raw tobacco Items of Trade Food products Pharmaceutical products Machinery and equipment Books Construction materials Textiles Petroleum products Electrical goods Fertilizers Cars Items of Trade Light Pure Woven cotton Rice, Raw Sugar Cars Palm Oil Poultry Meat Items of Trade Refined petroleum Cars Broadcasting equipments Palm Oil & Packaged medicaments
  23. 23. India – African countries – Export – Import trends 23 34.49 14.44 18.64 21.2 18.1 31.01 0.29 0.6 1.13 3.15 4.26 2.51 40 30 20 10 0 Million US$ Lesotho and India Export Import 37.9 47.08 88.07 56.13 68.53 0.25 10.47 0.15 69.05 0.51 100 80 60 40 20 0 Million US$ Niger and India Export Import 221.81 264.43 655 479 763.98 286 253 123.83 153.43 167.61 1000 800 600 400 200 0 Million US$ Benin and India Export Import 79.35 96.4 131.94 206.07 206.24 320.24 103.22 262.23 527.83 199.01 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Million US$ Guinea and India Export Import Items of Trade Food Vehicle Machines Petroleum products Items of Trade Refined petroleum Rice Wheat Cars Telephones) Items of Trade Light Pure Woven cotton Rice Cars Palm Oil Poultry Meat Items of Trade Refined petroleum Rice Rubber Footwears Motorcycle Packaged medicaments
  24. 24. 24 Some Glimpse of Punjab Industry
  25. 25. 25 Industries in PUNJAB Agriculture Implement & Machinery
  26. 26. 26 Industries in PUNJAB Hand Tools & Garden Tools , Electric Power Tools , Cutting Tools
  27. 27. 27 Industries in PUNJAB Machine Tools, Diesel Engines
  28. 28. 28 Industries in PUNJAB Energy , Boilers, Power Transmission, Telecommunication
  29. 29. 29 Industries in PUNJAB Sewing Machine & Parts , Measuring Instrument & Office Stationery
  30. 30. 30 Industries in PUNJAB E.T.O. Cranes & Pick & Move Cranes, Tyres
  31. 31. 31 Industries in PUNJAB Steel ,Heavy Sheet metal parts, Paints
  32. 32. 32 Industries in PUNJAB Woolen, Garments, Food Products
  33. 33. 33 Industries in PUNJAB Bicycle and Parts, Fasteners & Hardware Products
  34. 34. 34 Industries in PUNJAB Tractor Parts
  35. 35. Doing Business with Africa-Punjab Offers Export of Product to African Country Products &Projects Import of product/commodity from African Country Providing Technologies Joint ventures and technical assistant. Sharing of Best Practices in terms of skill development, productivity improvement etc. We welcome delegation from African country During IETSS-15 We can provide industrial trainings to African student Providing support in farm mechanization Cluster Development & Planning 35
  36. 36. Sharing Information regarding tender and Govt. Purchase Purchasing of Machines and equipment's for various aided projects Delegations visiting India must visit Ludhiana Industry. Special Delegations During IETSS-15 Detail about Africans products with competitive prices. Signing M.O.U. with Trade bodies Facilitation in Visa. .CICU wants a WIN – WIN Situation India and Africa 36 Doing Business with Africa
  37. 37. CICU always look forward towards your Valuable Suggestions, Sincere Guidance & Support for the betterment of the Industry 37
  38. 38. 38 THANK YOU

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