Wednesday, January 6, 2016

India - Investment Opportunities and Investment Announcements

Target $ 20 Trillion GDP   during 2035 - 2040

Investment Anticipated   2015 -16  - $800 billio,   2016-17 $ 880 billion   2017-18  $968 billion
2018-19  $1065 billion

Make in India Campaign - Target 25% of GDP to be Manufacturing - Requires $200 billion investment in 2015-16

Quick calculation: Agriculture which accounts for 14% of GDP requires $130 billion credit. It translates into $910 billion credit and investment in the total economy.  Entrepreneurs have to find out the profitable opportunities in various sectors - Agriculture and Animal Husbandry, Mining and Manufacturing, Construction, and Services.

This page provides important news related to investment opportunities and announcements.

6 January 2016

Model Investment Projects in Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh

31 December 2015


Modi Govt. Unveiled National Biotechnology Development Strategy 2015-2020 with the objective of achieving $100 billion by 2025. Thepresent industry size is $7 billion.

150 technology transfer organizations will come up in India as a part indigenous technology development mission.


December 2015
In India bed availability is nine per 10,000 people. WHO recommends 30 per 10,000 people. To reach that standard India needs to invest over Rs. 14 lakh crores (Crisil).

Indian Health Care Sector will grow to %350 - 380 billion by 2025 at a CAGR of 13-14% (Barclays).
Tamasek recently bought 2400 bed CARE Hospitals Hyderabad at Rs. 1,800 crore (72% stake). Roughly One crore valuation per one bed.


Diary industry requires $2.5 billion investment per year.
Dairy Industry and Activity - Vision 2025

Rural BPO units are becoming successful and more popular in India. In 2008-2009, $10 million business was done by rural BPOs.

Power sector has investment potential of $250 billion in the next four years. Piyush Goyal, Minister of Power at the Economic Times Power Focus 2nd Annual Summit. (ET 11 March 2015)


Billion dollar investors to be given identity cars and special attention by senior officers of Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE).

India aims to invest $137 billion in railways in next 5 years

Assuming agriculture growth at 4 per cent and ICOR at 4.5, the size of the credit requirement in
the Twelfth Plan period translates into about double the flow during the Eleventh Plan, that is, `8 lakh
crore per year ($130 billion). Agriculture accounts for 14% of GDP.

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