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GBE MIR India _Final 2009-10-23

GBE MIR India _Final 2009-10-23

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Appendix I – MIR India
 
Global
 
Business
 
Enviroment
 
MRB
 
2042
 
Page
 
1/8
 
Market
 
Intelligence
 
Report
 
:
 
India
 
A.
 
Basic
 
Information:
 
a.
 
The
 
official
 
national
 
name
 
of 
 
India
 
is
 
Republic
 
of 
 
India.
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
 Altapedia.com
 
b.
 
A
 
citizen
 
of 
 
Inda
 
is
 
properly
 
referred
 
to
 
as
 
an
 
Indian.
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
The
 
World 
 
Factbook 
 
c.
 
Products
 
or
 
materials
 
from
 
India
 
are
 
reffered
 
to
 
as
 
Indian
 
in
 
origin.
 
Source:
 
 Altapedia
 
Online
 
B.
 
Demographics:
 
a.
 
The
 
population
 
of 
 
India
 
is
 
1,166,079,217
 
(July
 
2009
 
est.)
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
The
 
World 
 
Factbook 
 
b.
 
The
 
population
 
of 
 
India
 
is
 
growing
 
at
 
a
 
rate
 
of 
 
1.5488%
 
(2009).
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
The
 
World 
 
Factbook 
 
c.
 
The
 
median
 
age
 
of 
 
the
 
population
 
of 
 
India
 
is
 
25.3
 
years.
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
The
 
World 
 
Factbook 
 
d.
 
The
 
age
 
structure
 
of 
 
India
 
(2009)
 
is
 
as
 
follows:
 
 
0
14
 
years:
 
31.1%
 
(male
 
190,075,426/female
 
172,799,553)
 
 
15
64
 
years:
 
63.6%
 
(male
 
381,446,079/female
 
359,802,209)
 
 
65
 
years
 
and
 
over:
 
5.3%
 
(male
 
29,364,920/female
 
32,591,030)
 
(2009
 
est.)
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
The
 
World 
 
Factbook 
 
e.
 
The
 
urban/rural
 
composition
 
of 
 
the
 
population
 
of 
 
India
 
is
 
29%
 
urban
 
/
 
71%
 
rural.
 
Source:
 
World 
 
Bank 
 
ICT 
 
f.
 
The
 
population
 
(in
 
percent)
 
that
 
each
 
ethnic
 
group
 
comprises
 
in
 
India
 
is:
 
i.
 
Indo
Aryan
 
72%;
 
Dravidian
 
25%;
 
Mongoloid;
 
and
 
other
 
3%
 
(2000).
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
The
 
World 
 
Factbook 
 
g.
 
The
 
major
 
languages
 
spoken
 
in
 
India
 
are:
 
Hindi
 
41%,
 
Bengali
 
8.1%,
 
Telugu
 
7.2%,
 
Marathi
 
7%,
 
Tamil
 
5.9%,
 
Urdu
 
5%,
 
Gujarati
 
4.5%,
 
Kannada
 
3.7%,
 
Malayalam
 
3.2%,
 
Oriya
 
3.2%,
 
Punjabi
 
2.8%,
 
Assamese
 
1.3%,
 
Maithili
 
1.2%,
 
other
 
5.9%.
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
TheWorld 
 
Factbook 
 
h.
 
Hindi
 
is
 
the
 
official
 
language.
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
TheWorld 
 
Factbook 
 
i.
 
The
 
major
 
religions
 
of 
 
the
 
country
 
are:
 
i.
 
Hindu:
 
80.5%.
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
The
 
World 
 
Factbook 
 
 j.
 
The
 
life
 
expectancy
 
for
 
residents
 
of 
 
India
 
is
 
69.25
 
years.
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
The
 
World 
 
Factbook 
 
 
Appendix I – MIR India
 
Global
 
Business
 
Enviroment
 
MRB
 
2042
 
Page
 
2/8
 
k.
 
The
 
fertility
 
rate
 
for
 
women
 
in
 
India
 
is
 
2.72
 
births
 
born
 
per
 
women
 
(2009).
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
The
 
World 
 
Factbook 
 
l.
 
The
 
infant
 
mortality
 
rate
 
of 
 
India
 
is
 
30.15
 
deaths
 
per
 
1,000
 
live
 
births.
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
The
 
Wold 
 
Factbook 
 
m.
 
41.6%
 
(2009)
 
of 
 
the
 
population
 
in
 
India
 
lives
 
below
 
the
 
poverty
 
line.
 
Source:
 
Wikipedia
 
n.
 
The
 
educational
 
attainment
 
and
 
literacy
 
are
 
as
 
follows:
 
i.
 
Educational
 
attainment
 
(2000):
 
1.
 
Primary
 
schooling:
 
72%
 
2.
 
Secondary
 
schooling:
 
50%
 
Source:
 
Huebler 
 
blogspot 
 
ii.
 
Literacy
 
(2001):
 
1.
 
overall:
 
61%
 
2.
 
male:
 
73.4%
 
3.
 
female:
 
47.8%
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
The
 
Wold 
 
Factbook 
 
o.
 
The
 
total
 
number
 
of 
 
adults
 
living
 
with
 
HIV/AIDS
 
in
 
India
 
is
 
5.1
 
million
 
(2001)
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
The
 
Wold 
 
Factbook 
 
p.
 
0.9%
 
(2001)
 
of 
 
the
 
adult
 
population
 
of 
 
India
 
is
 
living
 
with
 
HIV/AIDS.
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
The
 
Wold 
 
Factbook 
 
C.
 
Government:
 
a.
 
India
 
gained
 
its
 
independence
 
from
 
United
 
Kingdom.
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
The
 
World 
 
Factbook 
 
b.
 
India
 
gained
 
its
 
independence
 
on
 
the
 
date
 
15
 
August
 
1947.
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
The
 
World 
 
Factbook 
 
c.
 
The
 
type
 
of 
 
government
 
in
 
India
 
is
 
a
 
Multiparty
 
Federal
 
Republic.
 
Source:
 
 Altapedia
 
Online
 
d.
 
The
 
current
 
head
 
of 
 
state
 
of 
 
India
 
is
 
Mr.
 
Manmohan
 
Singh
 
(since
 
22
 
May
 
2004).
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
TheWorld 
 
Factbook 
 
e.
 
The
 
official
 
currency
 
of 
 
India
 
is
 
the
 
Rupee.
 
Source:
 
Infoplease.com
 
D.
 
Geography:
 
a.
 
The
 
geographic
 
coordinates
 
(latitude
 
and
 
longitude)
 
of 
 
India
 
are
 
20
 
00
 
N
 
and
 
77
 
00
 
E.
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
The
 
World 
 
Factbook 
 
b.
 
The
 
surface
 
area
 
of 
 
India
 
is
 
2,973,190
 
sq
 
km.
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
The
 
World 
 
Factbook 
 
 
Appendix I – MIR India
 
Global
 
Business
 
Enviroment
 
MRB
 
2042
 
Page
 
3/8
 
c.
 
The
 
population
 
density
 
(the
 
number
 
of 
 
people
 
per
 
square
 
mile)
 
of 
 
India
 
is
 
275
 
persons
 
per
 
sq
 
km
 
(712
 
persons
 
per
 
sq
 
mi).
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
The
 
World 
 
Factbook 
 
d.
 
India
 
shares
 
borders
 
with:
 
i.
 
Bangladesh:
 
4,053
 
km
 
ii.
 
Bhutan:
 
605
 
km
 
iii.
 
Burma:
 
1,463
 
km
 
iv.
 
China:
 
3,380
 
km
 
v.
 
Nepal:
 
1,690
 
km
 
vi.
 
Pakistan:
 
2,912
 
km
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
The
 
Wold 
 
Factbook 
 
e.
 
India
 
has
 
7,000
 
km
 
of 
 
coastline.
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
The
 
World 
 
Factbook 
 
f.
 
The
 
largest
 
cities
 
in
 
India,
 
by
 
population,
 
are:
 
i.
 
Bombay
 
(Mumbai),
 
18,336,000
 
(metro.
 
area),
 
11,914,398
 
(city
 
proper)
 
ii.
 
Calcutta
 
(Kolkata),
 
14,299,000
 
(metro.
 
area),
 
4,760,800
 
(city
 
proper)
 
iii.
 
Bangalore,
 
4,461,100
 
iv.
 
Madras
 
(Chennai),
 
4,382,100
 
v.
 
Ahmedabad,
 
3,653,700;
 
vi.
 
Hyderabad,
 
3,585,600;
 
vii.
 
Kanpur,
 
2,631,800
 
Source:
 
Infoplease.com
 
g.
 
The
 
climate
 
of 
 
India
 
is:
 
India
 
has
 
a
 
tropical
 
climate
 
that
 
is
 
dominated
 
by
 
the
 
Asiatic
 
monsoons
 
with
 
four
 
fairly
 
distinct
 
seasons
 
which
 
are
 
common
 
to
 
all
 
six
 
or
 
seven
 
climatic
 
regions.
 
i.
 
A
 
relatively
 
cool
 
winter
 
monsoon
 
season.
 
ii.
 
A
 
hot
 
and
 
rainless
 
transitional
 
season.
 
iii.
 
A
 
rainy
 
monsoon
 
season
 
and;
 
iv.
 
A
 
humid
 
season.
 
v.
 
Tropical
 
hurricanes
 
and
 
cyclones
 
are
 
common
 
between
 
April
 
to
 
June
 
and
 
September
 
to
 
December.
 
Average
 
temperature
 
ranges
 
in
 
New
 
Delhi
 
are
 
from
 
7
 
to
 
21
 
degrees
 
Celsius
 
(45
 
to
 
70
 
degrees
 
Fahrenheit)
 
in
 
January
 
to
 
26
 
to
 
41
 
degrees
 
Celsius
 
(79
 
to
 
106
 
degrees
 
Fahrenheit)
 
in
 
May.
 
Source:
 
 Altapedia.com
 
h.
 
48.83%
 
of 
 
the
 
land
 
in
 
India
 
is
 
arable.
 
Source:
 
CIA
 
– 
 
The
 
World 
 
Factbook 
 
E.
 
Economics:
 
a.
 
The
 
Gross
 
Domestic
 
Product
 
(GDP)
 
of 
 
India
 
is
 
USD
 
2.966
 
trillion
 
(2007
 
est.)
 
based
 
on
 
purchasing
 
poer
 
parity
 
while
 
USD
 
1.099
 
trillion
 
(2007
 
est.)
 
based
 
on
 
official
 
exchange
 
rate.
 
Source
 
:
 
CIA
 
Factbook 
 
b.
 
The
 
Gross
 
Domestic
 
product
 
of 
 
India
 
is
 
growing
 
at
 
an
 
annual
 
rate
 
of 
 
9%
 
(2007
 
est.).
 
Source
 
:
 
CIA
 
Factbook 
 

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