Impact of Make In India program. Within 16 months of launch, the results are as India has moved up 12 places in the World Bank’s recent Ease of Doing Business Rankings #Hindustan360

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Yes, this is what the World Bank is saying. India has moved up 12 places in the World Bank’s recent Ease of Doing Business Rankings #Hindustan360 . In just over a year, Make in India has become a rallying cry for India’s innumerable stakeholders, investors and partners. The global movement MakeInIndia has been powered by an in-depth overhaentry-content cL of processes and policies, which in turn was made possible by the hard work of thousands of government and private sector agencies working together to put this into shape. In a remarkably short space of time. Investment has taken a big jump also there is increase in confidence, collaboration and trade. There have been large-scale commitments made by both domestic as well as foreign investors: FDI in the past 18 months (from June 2014 to January 2016) has increased by approx. 48% as compared to the previous 18- month period.

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In just over a year, Make in India has become a rallying cry for India’s innumerable stakeholders and partners.This global movement has been powered by an in-depth overhaentry-content cL of processes and policies, which in turn was made possible by the hard work of thousands of government and private sector agencies. In a remarkably short space of time, this ambitious effort has yielded significant dividends. There has been an unprecedented increase in confidence, collaboration and investment. This publication presents detailed company-wise data that reveals the metrics behind the movement. Before the reader discovers how far we have progressed, it is worth reflecting briefly on how this journey began.

The Make in India program has been built on layers of collaborative effort. DIPP invited participation from Union Ministers, Secretaries to the Government of India, state governments, industry leaders, and various knowledge partners – and participate they did. These exercises resentry-content cLted in a road map for the single largest manufacturing initiative undertaken by a nation in recent history. They also demonstrated the transformational power of public-private partnership, and became a hallmark of the Make in India program. Once the road map was in place, the program began to accelerate. The outdated frameworks of the past were rapidly dismantled and replaced with a transparent and user-friendly system that helped drive investment, foster innovation, develop skills, protect IP and build best-in-class manufacturing infrastructure. The most striking indicator of progress was the opening up of key sectors – including Railways, Defence, Insurance and Medical Devices – to dramatically higher levels of Foreign Direct Investment.

An array of measures focused on the ease of doing business in India were also launched during this phase. Brand new, IT-driven application and tracking processes replaced files and red tape, while other measures helped streamline and rationalise licensing rentry-content cLes at the state government level, aligning them with global best practices. Additional initiatives such as Digital India, Smart Cities, Atal Mission for Rejuvenation & Urban Transformation (AMRUT), Sagarmala, Housing for All, Skill India and Startup India laid the foundation for the next wave of investment and growth.Within sixteen months of launch, the resentry-content cLts are beginning to show. India has moved up 12 places in the World Bank’s recent Ease of Doing Business Rankings. There have been large-scale commitments made by both domestic as well as foreign investors: FDI in the past 18 months (from June 2014 to January 2016) has increased by approx. 48% as compared to the previous 18- month period. Substantial investment has begun to flow into the electronics, automotive, food processing, textiles and garments, renewable energy and construction sectors. The world’s largest democracy is well on its way to becoming the world’s most powerfentry-content cL economy. The following pages focus on the specific sources and categories of investment behind these macro indicators, and will help the reader to understand how Make in India is making a difference.

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  • India marked as 1st among the World’s Fastest Growing Economies
  • 1st among the 100 countries on the Growth, Innovation and Leadership index
  • 1st among the world’s most attractive investment destination
  • 1st choice of the major MNC’s to setup their Research Labs outside their home country
  • 1st among the world’s topmost greenfield FDI destination, Jan – Jun 2015
  • 1st among the 110 destinations prefered globally
  • 7th most valued nation brand in the world
  • 10th among the top FDI destination
  • Jumped 12 place in the World Bank’s recent Ease of Doing Business Rankings
  • Moved 16 on the Global Competitive Index
  • 48% growth in the FDI inflows
  • Favourable demographic dividends for the next 2-3 decades. Sustained availability of quality workforce.
  • Strong consumerism in the domestic market.
  • Strong technical and engineering capabilities backed by top-notch scientific and technical institutes.
  • The cost of manpower is relatively low as compared to other countries.
  • Investor having their plan in India

  • KALYANI GROUP – INDIA
  • HYUNDAI HEAVY INDUSTRIES – SOUTH KOREA
  • RELIANCE ADAG GROUP – INDIA
  • THYSSENKRUPP AEROSPACE – GERMANY
  • AIRBUS – FRANCE
  • DASSAULT AVIATION – FRANCE
  • PRATT & WHITNEY – USA
  • LH AVIATION – FRANCE
  • TATA SIKORSKY AEROSPACE LTD – INDIA
  • BOEING – USA
  • BOMBARDIER – CANADA
  • RUCHI SOYA – INDIA
  • MAHOU SAN MIGUEL – SPAIN
  • PEPSICO – USA
  • PRAN-RFL GROUP – BANGLADESH
  • ITC LIMITED – INDIA
  • MARS INC. – USA
  • KELLOGG INDIA – USA
  • BALAJI WAFERS – INDIA
  • LULU GROUP – UAE
  • AMERICAN GLOBAL HEALTH GROUP – USA
  • MANPASAND BEVERAGES – INDIA
  • JAIN IRRIGATION – INDIA
  • BALRAM CHINI MILLS – INDIA
  • LINDE GROUP – GERMANY
  • BLUMBERG GRAIN – USA
  • KING’S COLLEGE LONDON – UK
  • ALTEN CALSOFT LABS – FRANCE
  • hCENTIVE INC. – USA
  • NTT COMMUNICATIONS – JAPAN
  • INTEX TECHNOLOGIES – INDIA
  • LAVA MOBILE – INDIA
  • DELTA ELECTRONICS – TAIWAN
  • MICROMAX – INDIA
  • SWAROVSKI – AUSTRIA
  • GIVAUDAN – SWITZERLAND
  • APOLLO HOSPITALS – INDIA
  • THYSSENKRUPP AG – GERMANY
  • HINDUJA GROUP – INDIA
  • MCDONALD’S – USA
  • MANKIND PHARMA – INDIA
  • MABPHARM – INDIA
  • TORRENT PHARMA – INDIA
  • INDIAN IMMUNOLOGICAL LTD. (IIL) – INDIA
  • JOHNSON & JOHNSON – USA
  • PHILIPS – NETHERLANDS
  • GE HEALTHCARE – UNITED KINGDOM
  • REXAM PLC. – UNITED KINGDOM
  • VERMEIREN GROUP – BELGIUM
  • ABV GROUP – UAE
  • SEMBCORP – SINGAPORE
  • SUNEDISON – USA
  • HILLIARD ENERGY – USA
  • RENEW POWER – INDIA
  • JAKSON POWER – INDIA
  • WELSPUN ENERGY – INDIA
  • JA SOLAR – CHINA
  • SB ENERGY – JAPAN
  • ADANI GROUP – INDIA
  • ROLTA POWER – INDIA
  • MYTRAH GROUP – JAPAN
  • SANY – CHINA
  • CHINT GROUP CO. – CHINA
  • AXA GROUP – FRANCE
  • AVIVA – UNITED KINGDOM
  • SUN LIFE FINANCIAL INC. – CANADA
  • INSURANCE AUSTRALIA GROUP LTD – AUSTRALIA
  • MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE OF SINGAPORE – SINGAPORE
  • GEMS EDUCATION – UAE
  • SESHASAYEE PAPER AND BOARDS – INDIA
  • MICROSOFT – US
  • GOOGLE – INDIA
  • MOBVISTA – CHINA
  • APUS GROUP – CHINA
  • UBER TECHNOLOGIES INC. – USA
  • ARICENT – INDIA
  • TATA CHEMICALS – INDIA
  • ASIAN PAINTS – INDIA
  • VIDEOCON INDUSTRIES LIMITED – INDIA
  • CAMLIN FINE SCIENCES LTD – INDIA
  • KANSAI NEROLAC PAINTS LTD – INDIA
  • THERMAX LTD – INDIA
  • AMAZON – USA
  • DALIAN WANDA GROUP – CHINA
  • RAK CERAMICS – UAE
  • GIC – Singapore
  • KEF HOLDINGS – UAE
  • JSW CEMENT – INDIA
  • EXXONMOBIL – USA
  • BRIGHT SKY – USA
  • FERROMATIK MILACRON INDIA – USA
  • CISCO – USA
  • BROCADE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS – USA
  • ROYAL DUTCH SHELL PLC – NETHERLANDS
  • GENERAL ELECTRIC (GE) – USA
  • TOSHIBA TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS (INDIA) – JAPAN
  • SIEMENS – GERMANY
  • TRILUX GROUP – GERMANY
  • LEO GROUP – CHINA
  • BHARTI ENTERPRISES – INDIA
  • ADITYA BIRLA GROUP – INDIA
  • FINOLEX CABLES LIMITED – INDIA
  • BSH HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES – INDIA
  • RELIANCE INDUSTRIES – INDIA
  • STERLITE TECHNOLOGIES – INDIA
  • CREST STEEL & POWER – INDIA
  • OYO ROOMS – INDIA
  • TATA METALIKS – INDIA
  • JSW STEEL – INDIA
  • KARNATAKA IRON ORE CORPORATION LIMITED (KIOCL) – INDIA
  • HERO GROUP – INDIA
  • TESSOLVE – INDIA
  • FOXCONN TECHNOLOGY GROUP – TAIWAN
  • QUANTA COMPUTER – TAIWAN
  • TAIWAN ELECTRONIC AND ELECTRICAL MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (TEEMA) – TAIWAN
  • D-LINK – TAIWAN
  • GIONEE COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT – CHINA
  • HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES – CHINA
  • LENOVO – CHINA
  • XIAOMI – CHINA
  • OPPO – CHINA
  • PHICOMM – CHINA
  • LG ELECTRONICS – SOUTH KOREA
  • POSCO – SOUTH KOREA
  • SAMSUNG – SOUTH KOREA
  • VIVO ELECTRONICS – BRAZIL
  • HOLDING – SPAIN
  • SONY – JAPAN
  • ERICSSON – SWEDENT
  • METRO GROUP – GERMANY
  • MERCEDES-BENZ INDIA – GERMANY
  • DAIMLER-BENZ – GERMANY
  • BMW GROUP – GERMANY
  • NANDO’S – SOUTH AFRICA
  • WALMART – USA
  • RENFRO INDIA – USA
  • GAP – USA
  • FORD INDIA – USA
  • GENERAL MOTORS – USA
  • SWISS MILITARY – SWITZERLAND
  • IKEA – SWEDEN
  • H & M – SWEDEN
  • AQUARELLE – MALAYSIA
  • CHIRIPAL GROUP – INDIA
  • SANGAM (INDIA) LTD. – INDIA
  • BAJAJ AUTO – INDIA
  • MRF LTD – INDIA
  • CEAT – INDIA
  • APOLLO TYRES – INDIA
  • TVS MOTORS COMPANY – INDIA
  • INTERNATIONAL TRACTORS LTD. – INDIA
  • THE AMARA RAJA GROUP – INDIA
  • JAYA HIND INDUSTRIES LTD. – INDIA
  • FIAT INDIA AUTOMOBILES – ITALY
  • PIAGGIO GROUP – ITALY
  • MAGNETI MARELLI – ITALY
  • VOLVO INDIA – SWEDEN
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    Reference

    http://www.makeinindia.com/article/
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-Tv7_upCKANOTAzWmpjazJsSEU/view